Bathroom & Kitchen Guide

Your complete guide to remodeling, design and new products.


Vinyl Kitchen Flooring

Vinyl kitchen flooring is among the oldest materials around. It has already proven a test of time as it is both highly economic and functional. These could be the reasons why you should go for such a kitchen flooring especially if you are on a very tight budget and you cannot afford extra costs involved by using other flooring materials. Also, vinyl flooring is among the easiest materials when it comes to installing and cleaning. It’s highly recommended to purchase the thickest vinyl flooring because this type of vinyl comes with increased overall lifespan. Also, you should go for vinyl flooring that has a very solid color through its sheets in order to maintain the original look and shine for a longer period of time.

   Vinyl Kitchen Flooring by Armstrong

The main pros of vinyl kitchen flooring includes: easiness on the body, durability, low initial costs and water and heat resistance once you have this flooring properly sealed. The main cons of this type of kitchen flooring include the fact that lower end vinyl flooring is likely to fade and discolor after a certain period of time. Also, if you don’t install it in the right way, the vinyl flooring will have a constant tendency to curl at its edges. Such flooring is a perfect solution for homeowners who have children, pets or extremely active lifestyles as it is dent and scratch resistant and very durable. Vinyl kitchen flooring does not rip or tear overtime. Caring for vinyl kitchen flooring is easy as all you will have to do is to sweep and mop it on a regular basis. Use a gentle soap solution in order to clean it.

   Vinyl KitchenTile by DuPont

Also, vinyl flooring will not require waxing and it’s less likely to get stained from a wide range of common household ingredients. Vinyl kitchen flooring is great for every homeowner who plans to renovate his house. For instance, if you are planning to remodel your kitchen, you will not find it difficult to lay quality vinyl sheets and tiles in order to achieve a great effect for this space. 

   Vinyl Flooring Tile by Tarkett

If you want to keep all your options wide open and you are reluctant to use something that will be permanently fastened to the kitchen surface, you can go for vinyl mats. By using such mats, you will provide your kitchen flooring with a brand new look. You can choose from a wide range of textures, colors and designs that are all available on the current market. For instance, if you want to use vinyl flooring in order to replace other traditional flooring materials such as ceramic, wood of brick tiles, you can choose vinyl flooring sheets and tiles that are designed to look exactly like these expensive and traditional materials. So, if you are into ease of maintenance, versatility and durability, you should definitely consider quality vinyl kitchen flooring.         

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