Next time you make a flooring choice for your home, think high-style: wood plank, marble, porcelain, limestone, mosaics. Now think low-cost, easy maintenance, and safety. With today’s resilient flooring choices you can have it all.
Selecting resilient flooring - materials such as vinyl, linoleum, rubber, and even vinyl tile - no longer requires choosing substance over style. The benefits resilient flooring lie in its name: It takes a daily load of use and abuse - everything from roller and foot traffic to household spills - and requires only minimal maintenance.
Sheet vinyl flooring remains among the lowest priced, and easiest to install and maintain of the flooring options. Vinyl's superior slip-resistance and its heat-welded seaming prevents bacterial and viral growth - ideal for kitchens and bathrooms. Fashionable designs such as mosaics, natural stone, wood plank or parquet flooring are visually indistinguishable from the real thing.
Linoleum, the precursor to today’s resilient flooring, has been available for more than 100 years. Linoleum is a totally natural flooring product composed of limestone, linseed oil, wood or cork flour, and rosin. Linoleum has the distinctive characteristic of growing tougher over time. The natural oxidation process hardens the material and increases its durability, yet it remains comfortable and quiet underfoot. Linoleum, is also naturally static-resistant and bacteria-resistant.
Rubber tile or rubber sheet flooring offers exceptional slip-resistance in high-traffic and high-load areas, and its natural characteristics help reduce vibration and noise. Available in several dimensional profiles for varying degrees of traction, rubber flooring requires minimal maintenance and needs no additional surface finish.
Rubber’s high resilience also relieves fatigue when used in healthcare facilities and other facilities where employees routinely spend hours on their feet during the workday. Not one to be lost in the trendy shuffle, rubber flooring is also now available in wider range of colors and, like other resilient flooring, can be easily custom cut and installed in unlimited designs.
For years, vinyl tile was produced mostly in single, plain colors with little emphasis placed on design or fashion. Today, vinyl tile flooring is available in an array of fresh, saturated colors, enabling homeowners to create custom floor designs while being the least expensive and easiest to install option. The result is tile flooring can now go into many areas where home owners hadn't previously considered using it because the design possibilities are endless.
Of all flooring options, resilient flooring stands out as the easiest to install and the most economical. Resilient flooring is available in a multitude of designs, including looks that simulate natural materials such as wood, stone, and ceramic tile. The wide selection of solid colors and graphic patterns that only resilient flooring can achieve will complement any style of décor. The combination of design options, easy installation and good value makes resilient flooring a great choice for utility areas, kitchens, mudrooms, bathrooms and playrooms.
Vinyl/Resilient - 162
Vinyl Composition Tile (VCT)
Vinyl floor tile is frequently chosen for high-traffic areas because of its low cost, durability, and ease of maintenance. VCT has high resilience to abrasion and impact damage and can be repeatedly refinished with strippers and buffing equipment.
Vinyl/Resilient - 160
Linoleum is the most sustainable flooring choice. It is made with linseed oil, pine rosin, ground cork dust, wood flour, and mineral fillers. Naturally resilient and insulating linoleum can help reduce energy used for heating, cooling and lighting.
Vinyl/Resilient - 174
Sheet Vinyl Flooring
Sheet vinyl flooring has been around for decades and is still very popular. It's made using a printing process that mimics the look of natural stone, ceramic tile or hardwood. It comes in a roll that is cut to size, perfect for kitchens and bathrooms.
Vinyl/Resilient - 838
Rubber flooring is meant to keep people safe on their feet, as some areas work enviorments can be hazardous. Industrial workers can easily injure themselves while on the job. Rubber flooring provides a high level of slip resistance.
LVT/LVP - 1104
Luxury Vinyl Flooring
Luxury vinyl flooring (LVF) differs from standard vinyl flooring in its ability to closely mimic the look of natural materials, such as wood, ceramic, or stone. It accomplishes this by a surface layer that has a very realistic photo-created image.
Vinyl/Resilient - 1101
Waterproof flooring offers superior performance in wet areas, such as basements and bathrooms and provides easy maintenance for spills. Plus it is easy to clean because it keeps spills on the surface making cleanup tremendously easy.
Vinyl/Resilient - 1106
Every element of a professional vinyl flooring installation works together to create a visual impact. Finish your flooring project with the appropriate resilient accessories. Cove base provides a finished, aesthetically pleasing look when installed.Learn More