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Learn more about vinyl flooring

We carry traditional sheet vinyl and the newest in Luxury Vinyl Plank flooring. This is not your grandmother’s vinyl. This is great looking tough and able to stand up to the toughest of foot traffic in kitchens, bathrooms, or foyers. Today’s vinyl is better than ever and can be specifically designed to resist indentations and scuff marks.

A new vinyl floor can make an astounding difference in your everyday use and home comfort. Come see what a new vinyl floor can do for you!

Carpet City Flooring Center is proud to carry vinyl products from all the brands you’ve come to trust!

What really grows in the sunlight is your appreciation for the floor

There is more to the warmth in this room than merely sunlight. There is the gentle presence of the hand that carefully selected every object, every furnishing, and every swatch of fabric. The studied hand that will always prefer potting real flowers to purchasing silk ones. And the very same hand that so easily laid the floor. A surface so near to the look and feel of natural slate, virtually nothing else can touch it.

You’ll find that our resilient floors offer the broadest range of style, color, and performance options that are sure to fit your needs and budget. More sophisticated styling. Better damage resistance and appearance retention. Stronger warranties. You make the choices that make sense for you.

Take a moment and read about this wonderfully versatile floor covering option.

Vinyl flooring basics

Resilient Vinyl Flooring
Vinyl has been a popular flooring choice in American homes for decades. Now grouped into a category called “resilient flooring,” today’s vinyl floors are manufactured using the latest advances in flooring technology. The shiny, plastic-looking floors that were once prone to scratching and scuffing, now feature more matte finishes, and are far more durable, easy to maintain, and wear-resistant than their distant cousins. In addition to offering better performance, these floors have gotten a bit of a makeover. Available in sheets, tiles, or planks, today’s vinyl flooring comes in a huge variety of colors, patterns, and trendy designs, with many high-end styles impressively mimicking the look and textures of popular materials such as real ceramic tile, stone, and wood.

Why Choose Resilient Vinyl
Vinyl is one of the most versatile materials used in flooring. It is highly resistant to mold, mildew, and moisture, making it one of the most popular flooring options for kitchens, bathrooms, laundry rooms, and just about any room in which occasional spills and moisture are a concern. Also one of the most affordable flooring materials out there, vinyl is easy to install over most existing flooring (providing it meets specific requirements), and it’s easy to maintain. Vinyl’s built-in cushiony underlayment also makes it warmer and softer underfoot than real tile, stone, or wood.

Determining Quality
With the explosion of vinyl flooring products now available under the “resilient” umbrella, how can you tell the lower-quality varieties of vinyl from the truly resilient? It all starts with understanding the different products and the manufacturing processes used to make each.

Printed vs. Inlaid Vinyl
When shopping for vinyl flooring, you’ll likely come across two types: printed and inlaid.
With printed vinyl, patterns are printed using a paper top coat placed directly on a thin vinyl surface and then covered with several layers of clear vinyl or urethane to produce a protective wear layer. Also referred to as rotovinyl, this type of vinyl is a more affordable.
Luxury vinyl tile (LVT) flooring in Green Bay, WI from Carpet City

Available formats

For residential use, vinyl is available in a few different formats, including sheet vinyl, solid vinyl tiles, and luxury vinyl tiles/planks.

Sheet vinyl generally comes in 6’ or 12’ wide rolls (12’ is standard). When installed, this single sheet of vinyl is rolled flat and cut to the shape of the floor. As with wall-to-wall carpet, if the floor is too large for one sheet, additional sheets are added, which creates seams where the sheets meet.

In terms of installation, there are two main types of sheet vinyl: felt-backed and modified fiberglass back loose-lay. The most common, modified fiberglass, which, if done PERFECTLY can be done as a loose-laid application. Carpet City Flooring Center recommends to always fully adhere your vinyl floor to eliminate the possibility of air bubbles.

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