Learn About Vinyl Flooring
There’s no doubt about it, hardwood or stone floors are beautiful and timeless, but there are many reasons why these might not be the best options for your budget or lifestyle. With greater Houston’s relatively humid climate, solid hardwood floors won’t work for every space. Both wood and stone can also carry a high price tag, especially for maintenance as the years march on. The great news, however, is that you no longer need to choose function over fashion.
Vinyl flooring looks and feels virtually identical to the natural surfaces you love, but unlike genuine wood, this flooring won’t scratch, stain, or buckle under pressure. Instead, because vinyl features a super-strong synthetic construction, it can handle pretty much anything life has to offer.
What Are the Different Types of Vinyl Flooring?
Vinyl tile flooring is a durable alternative to ceramic and porcelain tile.
Vinyl plank flooring is a durable alternative to hardwood and laminate.
Sheet vinyl flooring limits the seams on the surface of the floor.
Your Local Vinyl Flooring Experts
Boatman Carpet One Floor & Home has you covered with a great selection of vinyl flooring. We have vinyl plank, vinyl tile, and sheet vinyl options on display in our Cypress showroom, so be sure to stop by to work with one of our flooring experts. We proudly serve the greater Houston area.
While today’s vinyl can look and feel virtually identical to hardwood, you’ll NEVER need to sand or refinish this flooring, which is resistant to scuffs and soiling.What Are the Different Vinyl Looks?
Wood can buckle or expand when it gets wet, while stone can become excessively slippery. Vinyl flooring, however, can handle moisture without any issues. It can therefore be installed in kitchens, bathrooms, and anywhere else with moisture.Where Can Vinyl Be Installed?
Given its durability advantages, vinyl flooring remains relatively easy to clean and maintain. Spills can usually be wiped from the floor without many long-term consequences.How Do I Care for Vinyl?