Vinyl & Linoleum

Overview

Vinyl and linoleum are durable and versatile flooring materials. At its advent, vinyl was used mainly for flooring in high-traffic areas. Today, vinyl comes in various forms and remains to be the most popular choice for any hard surface application. Linoleum is made from solidified linseed oil in combination with wood flour or cork dust over a burlap or canvas backing. Because of its flexibility, good quality linoleum can be used in buildings in which more rigid materials, such as ceramic tile, would crack.

Benefits

  • Reduces noise and provides comfort underfoot
  • Custom designs can be integrated into tiles
  • Resists scuffs, burns, dents, and grease
  • Easy to clean

Best Applications

  • Schools
  • Hospitals
  • Offices
  • Retail spaces