Vinyl & Linoleum floors
Vinyl flooring is like the Generation Z flooring. No, it’s not just for teenagers and people in their 20s; it’s representative of our current culture and desires.
Everything these days is about ease, efficiency and technology. I’m pretty sure Siri can order a pizza for me, so all of my home investments better be able to keep up with the times!
Linoleum flooring is made from all natural materials, including linseed oil, rosin, broken down wood and others. This is one of linoleum’s highest selling points – all natural without emitting any harmful chemicals.
What is linoleum flooring best for? Resiliency – the floor is flexible and has some “give” to it. That makes it possible to install linoleum in areas where harder flooring options like tile and natural hardwood would not do well.
JJ Carpet has all the selection. Please call us or email us for detail information or we can come by your home and we will bring the store to you.
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Example of How to Calculate the Cost
Your home: 1400 sqft x Material cost: $.89 = $1246
Luxury Vinyl Plank
Constructed of dense fiberboard with a photo beneath a clear-plastic protective layer, laminate can mimic almost anything. Some brands use a cork backing underneath, which they claim can help muffle sound. The best laminates resist scratching and discoloration from sunlight better than most wood products. It can be extremely tough stuff.
Luxury Vinyl Tile
Because engineered wood is typically made of thin layers of wood sandwiched with adhesives, it can usually withstand higher levels of humidity and would be less likely to expand when compared with solid wood flooring. This flooring uses a thin veneer of real wood or bamboo over structural plywood, making it a cost-effective choice. Well-installed, high-quality engineered wood can be as durable as solid wood.
Made of natural materials: Linoleum floors consist of a naturally occurring substance called linseed oil, which is extracted from flaxseeds. Linseed oil is then mixed with wood flour, cork dust and other natural and renewable materials.
Anti-static properties: Being made of biodegradable material, linoleum floors have a low static resistance. This is especially important for commercial properties where static can be harmful to employees or equipment.
Resilient and comfortable underfoot: Linoleum is known for being a resilient floor with a cushioning effect.
Heat insulating: No need to mess with an underlayment, linoleum flooring rolls will trap in the heat all on their own.
Anti-microbial: This material is anti-bacterial and hypoallergenic, a great choice for everyone in the home.
Long lasting: With proper care and maintenance, linoleum floors can last up to 40 years!
Consistent color: Patterns and colors are present throughout the tile or sheet. While this may limit some design options, you won’t have to worry about the color fading.
JJ Carpet and Flooring is pleased to offer flooring installation that is both fully warrantied for labor and in compliance with each individual manufacturer’s warranty requirements. With our installation services, no matter what flooring product you choose, you’ll receive the full benefits of the Best Warranty in Town.
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Frequently asked questions
what is the maintenance like?
Vinyl flooring is relatively easy to care for. You have to make sure that grit and dirt are kept swept free to maintain the surface of the floor. Then, you can use a damp mop and an approved vinyl floor cleaner to remove stains. But few flooring options are as easy to care for as vinyl.
Are vinly floor are water resistance?
A well-installed vinyl floor is almost impervious to water penetration, making this the perfect material for use in a bathroom, kitchen, laundry room, or other high moisture space in the home.
How durable vinly flooring?
Vinyl is generally considered to be a highly durable material that, if properly installed and maintained, can last upwards of ten to twenty years. However, the quality of the material that you purchase and the way it was manufactured will determine how well your floor lasts over time. Solid vinyl and composite vinyl tiles are homogenous, with colors permeating every layer—a feature that makes them more resistant to damage from scratches. Printed vinyl will be only as durable as the clear wear layer that protects the surface. Fiberglass-reinforced vinyl sheets are extremely durable, while also being pliable and resistant to damage. One advantage of using vinyl tiles is that individual pieces can be easily replaced when they are damaged.