Vinyl flooring is a smart floor combining upscale looks, affordability, and performance. Brewer Carpet One Floor & Home is here to provide you with the latest flooring products, with an impressive variety of vinyl flooring options. Visit us in Enid, Stillwater, Yukon, Edmond, or Oklahoma City to see our vinyl flooring samples in person and talk with us about your next installation project.
Why Choose Vinyl Flooring?
No longer the sheet vinyl of the past, modern vinyl flooring is a stylish product capable of mirroring real hardwood, tile, and stone. Thanks to high-definition imaging and techniques, most consumers can’t tell the difference between vinyl and natural floors, despite being a fraction of the cost. Our premium vinyl flooring selection features scratch, stain, and moisture-repellent surfaces that are exceptionally durable.
What Types of Vinyl Flooring Are There?
Once considered a “budget” flooring option by property owners or those on a tight budget, today’s vinyl flooring is every bit as luxurious as its name suggests. It now comes in two main types: planks and tiles.
Vinyl plank flooring looks convincingly like natural hardwood plank but are affordable and easy to maintain. They come in all your favorite styles, sizes, and finishes. Since they’re made to resist moisture and wear, vinyl planks incorporate natural wood looks without the added expense and hassle.
Vinyl tile flooring is available in squares to give the appearance of fine ceramic and stone tiles. Vinyl tile is an option for high-traffic areas, especially commercial settings since damaged tiles can install individually. It weaves distinctive patterns to add an attractive focal point to your space. You can even grout them for added realism.
What’s Better: Vinyl Plank or Natural Hardwood?
While vinyl differs from natural hardwood, there are compelling reasons to opt for vinyl plank. With its resilient outer wear layer, vinyl plank holds strong against scratches and scrapes. Unlike hardwood, vinyl planks can install in areas that are prone to moisture and humidity, so it’s possible to create a hardwood look in spaces such as bathrooms, kitchens, and even in your finished basement. In addition, vinyl plank tends to be more affordable than actual hardwood, from its initial purchase to its ongoing upkeep. Built in durable layers, vinyl flooring achieves ongoing comfort, as well as exceptional stability. These layers also enable your floor with the ability to resist heavy foot traffic and spills: it won’t readily snap, crack, or chip.
Is Vinyl Flooring Completely Waterproof?
Vinyl flooring comes in both moisture-resistant and completely waterproof variations.
Waterproof vinyl flooring has a specialized core that stops leaks from reaching the subfloor and prevents warping in response to humidity and moisture. Because it is waterproof, it can install in more rooms with high moisture levels- but no need to stop there! Waterproof vinyl flooring fares great in:
If you’re looking for a solution to your whole-home flooring, waterproof vinyl could be the best option.
How To Install A Vinyl Floor
Vinyl flooring is versatile and straightforward to install. We have interlocking vinyl flooring and glue-down products. Interlocking vinyl can install as a floating floor that’s available to walk on the very same day it’s put in. You can put vinyl below and above grade and in moisture-prone settings. It manages heavy traffic thanks to its durable construction and resilient wear layer. Commercial vinyl plank flooring and tiles are especially popular in busy spaces because they’ll stay looking beautiful for years to come – and they’re easy to clean.
Exploring Our Vinyl Flooring Selection
At Brewer Carpet One Floor & Home, we’re continually updating our flooring selection to encompass the latest technologies and styles. You’ll find one of the best vinyl flooring like Pergo Extreme, Invincible™ H20™, , Armstrong and Mannington Adura Max. Visit one of our store locations or shop online today if you’d like to learn more about our quality products and services.
Caring for Vinyl Flooring
Vinyl flooring, because it is moisture and scratch-resistant, is easy to clean and maintain. Visit our Flooring Guide to learn about vinyl maintenance.