Benefits of vinyl flooring
VINYL flooring has come a long way, and today, it offers realistic designs that make it difficult to differentiate from the real thing. Vinyl is a great choice for wet areas in your home, especially in the bathroom. Blanche Burger from Bathroom Bizarre shares the 5 benefits that vinyl floors offer…
Mimics nature Although vinyl flooring is available in a wide selection of colours and grains, the latest trend in vinyl flooring are designs that mimic natural floors like wood and stone. The latest faux wood vinyl flooring has a texture that closely resembles the natural timber, and it comes in tiles that replicate floorboards that give it a realistic aesthetic.
Durable Vinyl flooring is resilient and it will last for years. If laid correctly, it will only require the minimum amount of maintenance.it is a great option for heavy traffic areas, as it is hard-wearing and stain-resistant. Quality vinyl flooring can last for up to 20 years.
Holds up in wet areas One of the most distinguishing features of vinyl flooring is that it is completely waterproof. This makes it the ideal option for bathrooms, covered patios and kitchens.
Soft underfoot Compared to tiles, genuine timber and laminate flooring, vinyl flooring is softer underfoot as it has more give due to a layer of foam or felt backing. This makes it more comfortable to stand on. The resilience of the floor also means that it is quieter than many other hard floor surfaces.
Easy to clean One of vinyl flooring’s most popular traits is how hygienic it is and how easy it is to clean. The floors are water-resistant and have few seams, so there are few places for bacteria to hide and grow. The seams themselves are also sealed so that bacteria cannot get in.
Also, since the flooring is resilient, you can sanitise it using disinfectants and other chemicals without risk of damage, which is a great option for allergy sufferers. — Property24
one of the most distinguishing features of VINYL FLOORING IS THAT IT IS completely waterproof.