The three main types of vinyl flooring are vinyl planks, vinyl sheet, and peel and stick (tile) vinyl flooring.
This type of flooring is can be wood-look embossed planks to ceramic-look tiles. Vinyl flooring is also available in a wide range of colors and designs.
It is resistant to moisture and endures daily wear and tear. It serves well in rooms with a lot of foot traffic. It is cheap and easy to install.
Types of Vinyl Flooring
Vinyl Plank Flooring
Vinyl plank flooring adds the look and feel of genuine hardwood flooring to a room. Unlike traditional hardwood planks, vinyl planks are more stain-resistant and durable. They are also much more cost-effective than real hardwood floor installations.
Vinyl Sheet Flooring
Vinyl sheet flooring is a single roll of flooring about 6 to 12 feet wide. It’s the best choice for the kitchen and bathrooms where moisture is usually high.
Peel and Stick (Tile) Vinyl Flooring
Vinyl tile flooring consists of individual squares of various sizes. When put together, it gives the appearance of stone tiles.
The benefit of individual tiles is that it is easier to replace a single damaged tile. You can also use vinyl tiles to create a pattern.
They are also moisture resistant which makes them great choices for kitchens and bathrooms.
Things To Consider
For large spaces, go with sheet vinyl. The tiled variation is best for bathroom vinyl flooring. You can use a calculator to find out how much vinyl you need to buy for your floor.
Vinyl flooring can be of three different types of wear surfaces:
1. Vinyl No Wax
3. Enhanced Urethane
Vinyl no wax is an entry-level surface that gives some resistance to scrapes and stains.
Urethane is more durable and low maintenance compared to vinyl no wax. It also provides more resistance against black heel marks and household chemicals.