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    Vinyl Flooring

    Achieve the look of real timber with waterproof vinyl flooring ideal for low maintenance living. Vinyl planks and vinyl tiles are hardwearing, easy to clean and able to withstand active family living. Popular vinyl planks are an affordable option available in all Carpet Court stores across Australia.

    Achieve the look of real timber, stone or tile with waterproof vinyl flooring that is ideal for low maintenance living. Vinyl flooring is hardwearing, easy to clean and able to withstand active family living and high traffic areas. Popular vinyl planks and sheet vinyl are affordable options available in all Carpet Court stores across Australia.

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    NEW AND EXCITING VINYL FLOORS!

    Ready to freshen up your home or office? Low maintenance vinyl plank flooring or vinyl sheet flooring could be exactly what you need. Achieve the luxurious look of traditional or contemporary solid timber floorboards for a fraction of the price.

    Hardwearing vinyl floors offer resilience, durability, and water resistant properties, making them a great option for busy Australian households where indoor/outdoor living is the modern lifestyle choice. Vinyl floors are kid and pet friendly for hassle-free maintenance. 

    What is vinyl flooring?

    The quality of vinyl flooring has improved dramatically in recent decades thanks to state of the art manufacturing and materials. Today's vinyl flooring types are a popular choice in homes, businesses, schools, government offices and healthcare settings all around Australia. Quality vinyl flooring is made with up to five synthetic material layers, including a soft underlay and resilient wear layer. 

    Carpet Court vinyl flooring is available in a huge range of vinyl sheet and vinyl planks (luxury vinyl tiles) that look like real stone, ceramic or wood floors. Vinyl planks offer a relatively easy DIY installation option for home and business owners on a tight budget. 

    What Is the Difference Between Vinyl Sheet And Vinyl Plank Flooring?

    Vinyl sheet flooring comes in wide rolls similar to carpet. It's a great option for areas where a seamless floor is recommended, such as hospital, healthcare and school settings. In addition, vinyl sheets form an impermeable moisture barrier, and when glued to the sub-floor will resist shrinkage or expansion. 

    Vinyl plank flooring is an innovative product that looks just like real timber planks. It's made with commercial grade wear layers that can withstand heavy foot traffic and is easy to maintain with regular sweeping and mopping, for no-fuss interior design style appeal. 

    Why Choose Vinyl Flooring?

    Homeowners and business owners appreciate versatile flooring options. Vinyl flooring, timber flooring and laminate flooring are popular Carpet Court selections for customers in NSW, Vic, Qld, and all other Australian states and territories. If you're looking for glue-down or loose-lay vinyl sheet and vinyl plank designs, we have the best on show. Personalise your flooring in ways that include: 

    Style - traditional, contemporary and kid-friendly

    Type - vinyl, laminate and timber

    Finish - gloss, matte or satin 

    Room - perfect for the kitchen, bathroom, laundry and more

    Usage - high use, moderate use and water-resistant

    Colour - dark, light, medium, warm and cool colours and patterns

    Budget - luxury vinyl plank products at affordable prices

    New and improved vinyl flooring is back in fashion and looks fabulous in high traffic areas of the home or business. Vinyl plank flooring is quickly becoming the go-to product for use throughout the home due to its affordability and realistic timber-look finish.

    Vinyl tiles, vinyl sheets and vinyl planks are:

    • affordable
    • low maintenance
    • non-allergenic
    • family friendly
    • easily installed
    • easily cleaned
    • highly resilient
    • stylish

    Carpet Court has Australia's most extensive range of quality floor coverings. Get in touch with us today, or visit one of our showrooms to organise a free measure and quote.

    Different colours and grains are available in vinyl flooring

    Luxury vinyl planks replicate the look of natural timber flooring. Explore woodgrain designs that realistically emulate Australian and European timbers such as Oak, Blackbutt and Spotted Gum. Carpet Court vinyl flooring collections include:

    • 'Opulence' luxury sheet vinyl collection in a wide range of timber looks and modern patterned designs.
    • Florence range of hard wearing vinyl plank flooring offering affordable luxury in realistic aesthetic finishes.
    • Laneway Collection featuring timeless designs with sleek, sophisticated appeal for contemporary homes.
    • Burke & Wills, a selection of luxury vinyl planks representing the finest Australian hardwoods.

    What are the pros and cons of vinyl flooring?

    Today’s style trends favour vinyl planks as a popular and cost-effective flooring option that delivers visual appeal for a fraction of the cost of real timber. The benefits of hardwearing, family-friendly vinyl flooring include:

    • A realistic photographic finish
    • Innovative and durable textured layer
    • A modern and stylish look
    • Stain-resistant, water resistant and low maintenance
    • Affordable budget-conscious choice
    • Quieter underfoot than hard flooring
    • A soft, tactile feel - ideal for kids and pets
    • Easy to lay for DIY professionals
    • Scratch and scuff resistant
    • Easy to clean with broom, mop, or cloth

    The cons include:

    As vinyl flooring is fixed with adhesive to the subfloor, the subfloor preparation and smoothness is more important than with floating floors. Vinyl will mold more closely to the contours of the subfloor than floating floors which click and lock together.

    Is Vinyl Flooring Good For Commercial And Retail Spaces?

    Hard-wearing vinyl sheet floors and vinyl plank tile flooring are great options for commercial and retail spaces. They are resilient, easy to clean and affordable for large floor areas. Visit any commercial, industrial, retail or government precinct to discover the huge popularity of contemporary vinyl products Australia-wide.  

    Buying Tips for Vinyl Flooring

    Lots of people are replacing their carpets and putting down vinyl flooring for a modern, clean wood look. Here are some tips and information to help you make the right vinyl choice at Carpet Court.

    Sturdy vinyl flooring: The introduction of stone-plastic composite (SPC) means that today's vinyl plank flooring can be ultra-thin and very durable. This flooring resists dents and covers up imperfections in the subfloor. 

    The wear layer: If you’re laying vinyl planks in a low-traffic area, you might not need the thickest wear layer. However, thicker can be better in some situations.

    • 6 mil is suitable for residential use
    • 12 mil is good for residential - light commercial
    • 20 mil + is best for busy commercial and high traffic environments

    if your vinyl flooring will be in rough and tumble hard-wearing areas, then thicker is better.

    Types of vinyl planks: There are three main types of vinyl plank flooring. 

    • Luxury vinyl planks (LVP)
    • Wood-plastic composite vinyl planks (WPC)
    • Stone-plastic composite vinyl planks (SPC) 

    Waterproof vinyl flooring: This vinyl flooring typically features a multi-layer construction that includes a waterproof core. it is durable and resilient, with a bit of give underfoot.  

    Chat with a knowledgeable team member at your local Carpet Court store for more expert tips on vinyl flooring.

    How to choose the best vinyl flooring for home

    When buying vinyl sheet or luxury vinyl flooring you should consider the following.

    1. Your home or office requirements for acoustic and thermal insulation
    2. Your lifestyle and the amount of wear you expect your floors to receive
    3. The look you want to achieve for your home or business
    4. The condition of your subfloors
    5. your budget

    If an authentic timber-look at a bargain price appeals to you, luxury vinyl planks are a great option. If you prefer the visual appeal of natural stone or modern geometric patterns, vinyl sheets like 'Opulence' can deliver vinyl flooring options and the results you are looking for. 

    What are the available varieties of vinyl flooring at Carpet Court?

    Vinyl plank flooring in stunning woodgrain patterns replicates natural Australian hardwood flooring such as:

    • Blackbutt
    • Spotted Gum
    • Oak
    • Ash
    • Manuka
    • Many more.

    Vinyl sheet flooring is another great option. This type of vinyl creates a seamless, water-resistant area for large expanses of flooring, and is available in a wide range of patterns, including:

    • Stone
    • Tile
    • Geometric
    • Many more 

    Underlay and vinyl flooring?

    Underlay may be required for some types of vinyl flooring.

    Our high quality vinyl planks have a heavy duty backing providing stability as well as acoustic and thermal insulation. The vinyl planks adhere directly to the subfloor so underlay is not always required. 

    Where can I get a free measure & quote?

    The team at your local Carpet Court store can help you choose the right product for your home or business. It's important to lay your vinyl flooring product in accordance with the manufacturer’s installation guidelines to ensure a professional, long-lasting result. At Carpet Court, we offer a free measure and quote.

    Is vinyl flooring a good option for my home?

    Vinyl plank flooring and luxury Vinyl tiles (LVT) are great options if your goal is to achieve the same luxurious, contemporary look as provided by timber or stone. Hardwearing vinyl planks and vinyl sheets are a great alternative to wood or laminate flooring, and offer a wide range of designs and colours at a budget-friendly price. 

    Vinyl flooring is a durable and resilient flooring solution for commercial properties and for busy homes with growing families.

    A durable vinyl floor with long warranty

    Many vinyl flooring products offer a 10 - 25 year residential wear and tear warranty. This gives an indication of how incredibly durable they are. These resilient floor coverings provide many years of low maintenance, durable, and non-allergenic flooring for residential and commercial properties. For businesses and industrial settings, check out our commercial vinyl flooring collection. 

    Does Vinyl Flooring Stick To Existing Tiles?

    Laying vinyl flooring directly onto ceramic tiles and other natural-material tiles is generally fine, provided the surface is perfectly flat, clean and clear of dust and debris. Our expert team at Carpet Court can assist with all your installation and underlay needs. Contact your nearest Carpet Court Store today for advice and inspiration.

    Is vinyl flooring water-resistant?

    Many types of vinyl flooring are water-resistant and are a good option for wet areas including bathrooms, laundries, kitchens and commercial spaces. Explore vinyl sheet and luxury vinyl plank products to find the best water-resistant flooring for your project. Get a free measure and quote at Carpet Court.


    NEW AND EXCITING VINYL FLOORS!

    Ready to freshen up your home with a mini makeover? Contemporary, low maintenance floor coverings such as vinyl plank flooring could be exactly what you need! Vinyl planks achieve the luxurious look of authentic timber floorboards for a fraction of the price.

    A fantastic option for households with young families, hardwearing vinyl floors offer resilience, durability, easy installation and excellent stain and water resistant properties.

    What is vinyl flooring?

    Enjoying a new lease on life, today’s family friendly vinyl flooring is made from layers of synthetic materials with a durable and resilient wear layer. This popular type of flooring is available in vinyl planks, vinyl sheets and vinyl tiles.

    Simulating the look of timber floorboards, vinyl planks offer an easy DIY installation option making them a cost-effective, modern solution for families on a tight budget.

    Some vinyl flooring types are 100% waterproof while others are highly water-resistant to splashes and spills, making them popular flooring types for installation in family homes.

    Browse Carpet Court's range of vinyl plank flooring and other vinyl flooring solutions at your local store in VICNSWQLDACTWANT or SA.

    What Is the Difference Between Vinyl Sheet And Vinyl Plank Flooring?

    Commercial grade vinyl sheet flooring comes in large rolls and is laid in a similar way to carpet.

    Simulating the look of real timber floorboards, popular vinyl planks are flexible strips which are laid individually, fixed directly onto the subfloor with adhesive.

    Why Choose Vinyl Flooring?

    While vinyl sheets and vinyl tiles were in vogue many years ago, new and improved versions are back in fashion as stylish, contemporary flooring options in a range of fabulous looks for high traffic areas of your home.

    While vinyl sheets and vinyl tiles have their uses, vinyl plank flooring is quickly becoming the go-to product for use throughout the home due to its affordability and realistic timber-look finish.

    Vinyl tiles, vinyl sheets and vinyl planks are:

    • affordable
    • low maintenance
    • allergy friendly
    • family friendly
    • easily installed
    • highly resilient
    • easily cleaned
    • aesthetically pleasing
    • modern flooring options

    There is a large flooring choice of for residential and commercial premises at Carpet Court. Call us today or visit one of our showrooms to organise a free measure and quote.

    What Different Colours And Grains Are Available In Vinyl Flooring?

    Luxury vinyl planks replicate the look of natural timber flooring, so you will find woodgrain designs simulating Australian and European timbers such as Oak, Blackbutt and Spotted Gum, amongst many others.

    In our 'Opulence' luxury sheet vinyl collection there is a range of timber looks and modern patterned designs.

    Exclusive to Carpet Court, the Florence range of hard wearing vinyl plank flooring offer affordable luxury in realistic aesthetic finishes. Polyflor's Laneway Collection features timeless designs with sleek, sophisticated appeal, while the Karndean Looselay Collection brings you Burke & Wills, a selection of luxury vinyl planks representing the finest Australian hardwoods.

    Both vinyl planks and vinyl sheets are available in a broad range of colour palettes and styles from pale greys to rich, dark shades along with natural earthy tones through to smoky-browns. They resemble the look of solid timber flooring and are the perfect addition to any home renovation.

    What are the pros and cons of vinyl flooring?

    Today’s style trends are favouring vinyl planks as a popular flooring option offering the visual appeal of expensive timber or floating floors for a fraction of the cost.

    The benefits of choosing hardwearing, family friendly vinyl flooring include:

    1. The photographic finishes on vinyl planks are realistic.
    2. The innovative, layered construction is highly durable.
    3. The look of luxury vinyl plank flooring is stylish and modern.
    4. They are stain-resistant, water resistant or waterproof, and low maintenance.
    5. Vinyl sheets and vinyl planks are affordable for budget-conscious families.
    6. Vinyl is quieter underfoot than other hard flooring options.
    7. Vinyl planks have a softer, more tactile feel to the bare foot than laminate flooring or engineered timber planks.
    8. Vinyl planks are easily laid in strips fixed directly to the subfloor with adhesives.
    9. Vinyl planks are scratch resistant and easy to clean by just mopping.

    The cons include:

    As vinyl flooring is fixed with adhesive to the subfloor, the subfloor preparation and smoothness is more important than with floating floors. Vinyl will mold more closely to the contours of the subfloor than floating floors which click and lock together.

    Is Vinyl Flooring Good For Commercial And Retail Spaces?

    Hard-wearing vinyl sheet floors, vinyl tiles and vinyl plank flooring are all good options for commercial and retail spaces. They are resilient, easy to clean and affordable for large floor areas.

    Buying Tips for Vinyl Flooring

    Consider the area in which you plan to install vinyl flooring and the look you wish to achieve when deciding which vinyl product will suit your needs.

    Luxury vinyl floors offer an affordable alternative to luxurious authentic timber while vinyl tiles and vinyl sheets produce many different designs which may suit kitchens, bathrooms, laundries and commercial or retail environments.

    Chat to the highly knowledgeable team at your local Carpet Court store for expert tips on vinyl flooring.

    How Should I Choose The Best Vinyl Flooring For My Home?

    When buying vinyl flooring you should consider the following:

    1. your home environment including the need for acoustic and thermal insulation
    2. your budget
    3. your lifestyle especially the amount and type of wear and tear your floors receive
    4. the state of your subfloors
    5. the finished look and feel you want to achieve.

    If an authentic timber-look is highly appealing to you but not to your budget, luxury vinyl planks are a great option. If you prefer the visual appeal of natural stone or modern abstract or geometric patterns, vinyl sheets like 'Opulence' can deliver.

    To find your closest Carpet Court store and check out the vinyl flooring options click here.

    Which rooms of the house would vinyl flooring suit best?

    Vinyl is a great flooring option for any room in the house and a popular choice for open plan homes.

    Highly durable luxury vinyl products are solid performers, so you can safely lay waterproof vinyl products in your kitchens and bathrooms. They are the ideal flooring products to provide a continuous, timber look throughout the home without busting the budget.

    What are the available varieties of vinyl flooring at Carpet Court?

    1. Vinyl plank flooring in stunning woodgrain designs replicates natural Australian hardwoods. Featuring strongly in our vinyl plank flooring collections are beautiful timber looks such as:

    • Blackbutt
    • Spotted Gum
    • Oak
    • Ash
    • Manuka
    • and many more.

    Whatever your home interior style, there is a range of vinyl floor products to enhance your décor and provide your family with a durable, low maintenance, stylish flooring option with modern appeal.

    2. Vinyl sheet flooring is another option with vinyl tiles featuring in our range of commercial flooring products.

    Do I need underlay for vinyl flooring?

    Underlay may be required for some types of vinyl flooring.

    Our high quality vinyl planks have a heavy duty backing providing stability as well as acoustic and thermal insulation. The vinyl planks adhere directly to the subfloor so underlay is not essential.

    The team at your local Carpet Court store can advise whether underlay is needed for the style of vinyl flooring you choose. It is important to lay your vinyl flooring product in accordance with the manufacturer’s installation guidelines to ensure a professional, long-lasting result.

    Is Vinyl Flooring A Good Option For My Home?

    Vinyl plank flooring and luxury Vinyl tiles (LVT) are great options if your goal is to achieve the same luxurious, contemporary look as provided by Timber or stone, but with greater warmth and comfort.

    Hardwearing vinyl tiles, vinyl planks and vinyl sheets offer a great range of designs and colours at far more budget-friendly prices than other flooring options.

    Vinyl flooring is a durable and resilient flooring solution for commercial properties and for homes with busy families.

    How durable is a vinyl floor?

    Many vinyl flooring products offer a 25 year residential wear and tear warranty, which indicates how highly durable they are!

    Vinyl tiles, vinyl sheets and vinyl planks are hardwearing, resilient floor coverings which provide many years of low maintenance, durable and hygienic flooring in residential and commercial properties.

    What is a vinyl floor tile?

    Vinyl floor tiles are a type of synthetic flooring that achieves a range of natural looks, including timber, stone and slate in a variety of colours.

    Vinyl tiles have a sturdy wear layer. They provide a stylish, durable floor covering in high-traffic commercial spaces. Along with stylish vinyl sheets, vinyl tiles feature in Carpet Court's commercial vinyl flooring collection.

    Does Vinyl Flooring Stick To Existing Tiles?

    Laying vinyl flooring directly onto ceramic tiles and other natural-material tiles is generally fine, provided the surface is perfectly flat, clean and clear of dust and debris. Our expert team at Carpet Court can assist with all your installation and underlay needs.

    Is vinyl flooring waterproof?

    Many types of vinyl flooring are waterproof so they are good choices for wet areas including bathrooms, laundries, kitchens and commercial spaces. Check the specifications of each vinyl product to see if it is classified water resistant or waterproof.