vinyl flooring

Pros and Cons of Vinyl Flooring

Maybe it’s time to drop the remix on your flooring

Hardwood floors may be in high demand, but vinyl flooring may be the most popular.

Commonly seen in flips or rehab projects, vinyl flooring gives off an air of cleanliness and color neutrality. For the most part, it’s fairly simple to clean – whether with a broom, vacuum, or mop – and only occasionally requires a coat of wax every couple of years.

As far as durability goes, vinyl flooring ranks high due to it’s supreme water resistance. It’s typical to see vinyl flooring in basements and areas where humidity may be of concern, since it similarly won’t warp or absorb any water.

It may not be as hard or strong as hardwood or concrete (obviously), but it will get the job done without breaking the bank in the process. What’s more, for those who may want to play around with aesthetics, there are a number of patterns and luxury tiles available for you to outfit your home.