Whether you’re looking for the durability of vinyl flooring in your home or business, you should check out our huge selection of vinyl flooring. For any room where the floor is likely to get spilled on, like a kitchen, a bathroom or laundry room, vinyl is a perfect choice. Not to mention, ease of maintenance also make it ideal for entry halls, dining areas, powder rooms, and family rooms that are next to the kitchen. Unlike old-fashioned linoleum or vinyl flooring, today’s resilient vinyl flooring is a highly engineered combination of polymer materials. This combination enables us to offer you a wide variety of flooring colors, designs, textures and sizes. Vinyl flooring can be more comfortable underfoot and warmer to the touch than ceramic or wood. With an endless rainbow of colors and designs to choose from, our resilient flooring selection lets you imagine, plan and create the room of your dreams.

Here are some additional benefits of Vinyl Flooring:

Design flexibility

Vinyl sheet flooring and tile are available in a myriad of styles and colors. Vinyl tile is available in shapes that can be custom cut and laid out in patterns using different colors or finishes. Tiles can be arranged, for example, to depict a corporate logo or to guide traffic in a hospital or retail setting. Virtually any look can be obtained to suit any decor, including classic looks that simulate wood and ceramic. Custom-made designs are easily created using sheet vinyl flooring.


Vinyl flooring reduces noise and provides comfort underfoot. Unlike such hard surfaces as wood, laminate, terrazzo or ceramic tile, vinyl floors have “give” and thus are referred to as “resilient” flooring.


Vinyl flooring is durable and time-tested, maintaining its beauty under heavy foot traffic and use. It is moisture and stain resistant, so spills can be easily removed. When compared with alternative materials, vinyl offers an attractive installed cost with economical maintenance over the life of the floor.


Today’s vinyl floors are made to enhance the aesthetic features of an interior environment. While often mimicking the look of other hard surfaces, they are “warmer” than ceramic tile. Designers can use pattern and color to make a large room seem smaller or a small room more spacious. And since vinyl is durable, the color and original appearance will last longer with routine maintenance.

Safety features

A wide range of both tile and sheet vinyl floors are available with enhanced slip-retardant surfaces. These floors are suitable for a variety of commercial and institutional applications. Because they are vinyl, these slip-resistant surfaces can be easily cleaned. Check with manufacturers for vinyl floors designed to meet other special needs like static control.

Healthcare applications

Vinyl flooring is frequently used in healthcare facilities because it is nearly impervious to water, offering a significant sanitary advantage over carpeting. These characteristics are particularly important in hospital rooms, extended care facilities, nursing homes and day care centers. Many commercial sheet vinyl floor installations offer sealed or welded seams that prevent contaminants from being lodged in the seam area. And with fewer seams than most other hard surface floors, bacteria have fewer places to hide and grow. Disinfectant cleaners can provide a sterile surface without damaging the floor. In addition, most stains can be easily removed. For hypersensitive populations, where mold allergies may be a problem, vinyl flooring offers advantages as well.

Sports facilities

Sheet vinyl flooring products can provide an attractive alternative to expensive wood flooring systems in gymnasiums, exercise rooms, and other recreational areas. The no-wax, stain-resistant surfaces of these floors mean lower maintenance costs and greater usage than traditional floors – and these surfaces will accept paint lines for use as a basketball, racquetball, or volleyball court. High-density vinyl foam cushion backing systems provide a shock absorbing surface that reduces impact shock and leg fatigue. Many of these surfaces are protected by a clear wear layer and a high-performance, polyurethane surface and comply with NCAA basketball rules for bounce, rebound, and hardness.