Luxury Vinyl Flooring Installation in San Diego Including Sheet, Tile, and Plank
Vinyl flooring has had something of a renaissance in recent years. With more design choices than ever before and a solid reputation for durability and affordability, vinyl flooring is an increasingly popular flooring choice. But before you dive into designs, you’ll need to decide between luxury vinyl sheets, tiles, or planks.
Luxury Vinyl sheet
Luxury vinyl sheet comes in large rolls and often can be installed with no seams. It can be glued to your sub floor and sometimes loose laid. It is quiet, warm, and care-free. It is available in both residential and commercial grade.
Luxury Vinyl tile and plank
Luxury Vinyl tiles and planks offer a wider selection of styles and customization options than vinyl sheets. In addition to greater design versatility, vinyl tiles and planks are also easier to repair.
Vinyl flooring recreates the authentic look of marble, slate, quartz, stone, and wood with stunning realism. It’s also functional, affordable, and extremely versatile. At Express Floors To Go, we can help you find the vinyl flooring that suits your taste and your budget.
Color & Texture
Vinyl flooring comes in the hottest assortment of designs and patterns. One of the most wonderful aspects of vinyl flooring is how it recreates the authentic look of wood, stone, and ceramic. Embossing and 3D print technology make it difficult to distinguish between vinyl and other types of flooring, so don’t be surprised if guests mistake your vinyl for a more expensive flooring option.
Many vinyl tiles have directional patterns that boost your style options and enhance versatility. Laying the tiles in a consistent pattern will result in one look while turning every other tile 90 degrees results in a completely different look.
Attractive styling, easy maintenance, and versatility make vinyl flooring a great flooring option for just about any lifestyle.
Vinyl sheets, tiles, and planks can be used in every room in the house, and they’re especially great for kitchens, bathrooms, and playrooms. Of course, with the ability to recreate the look of stone and wood, vinyl flooring will fit right in with your living room or bedroom décor as well.
Cleaning and maintenance
No grout, no special cleaner necessary, and a nice smooth surface make vinyl flooring the easiest of all flooring types to clean. The only thing to worry about is leaving water on the floor for an extended period of time, which can make vinyl sheets curl and damage vinyl tiles and planks.
Kids and pets
Scratches, scuffs, and stains are no match for vinyl flooring. The superior durability of vinyl makes it ideal flooring choice for homes with kids and pets. It should be noted again, however, that vinyl tiles and planks are easier to repair than vinyl sheets.
Vinyl flooring is an affordable flooring choice on the market, but as with all other flooring options, the cost will vary depending on a number of factors.
Vinyl sheets are usually less expensive than tiles and planks—by about $1.00 per square foot. Within each category (sheets, tiles, and planks), the difference in cost between the least expensive and the most expensive product is typically around $3.00 to $4.00 per square foot.
High-quality printing and ultra-realistic embossed designs that mimic natural materials are the most expensive vinyl flooring options, while basic colors and patterns typically fall at the lower end of the price range.
Vinyl flooring is available in a range of performance levels, including options with higher scratch and stain resistance, and options with additional layers of cushioning at extra cost.
Vinyl flooring installation can be economical. And while vinyl tile installation is a fun DIY project, there are several subfloor considerations that might be best left to the professionals.
Attachment to floor
Vinyl sheet can be rolled out and glued down over nearly any existing floor type. Vinyl tiles and planks also use adhesive but they’re trickier to install. The subfloor surface must be perfectly flat and smooth or bumps, ridges, and indentations will show through the vinyl.
Full-service or DIY
Vinyl sheet rolls are bulky and awkward to work with, and the sheet must be cut precisely to fit the room. Vinyl tiles and planks work well in some DIY situations, but to get the fresh new flooring look you want without the hassle, we recommend that you take advantage of the professional flooring installation service at Express Floors To Go.