Vinyl Flooring Kitchen

Additional Information Vinyl Sheet Floors Vinyl sheet flooring remains one of the most popular flooring categories. And what’s not to love? Sheet vinyl is available in a wide range of looks; it’s durable and easy to clean. Customer Review Ancient Slate – Peacock I remodeled a small bathroom and I wanted a smaller width of sheet vinyl flooring. After reviewing on the website all patterns available in 6′ widths, I choose this one, went to my local dealer to see in person. I loved it and once it was installed, it gave my small space the added wow factor I was looking for. Neutral but not plain.Gastonia, NC, United States View Ancient Slate – Peacock More Vinyl Flooring Reviews Natural Beauty in Vinyl Flooring We’ve brought the trend of “natural realism” to our vinyl sheet flooring. Our products capture the look and feel of objects found in the natural world with the stress-free maintenance of vinyl. Sheet vinyl floors have more depth and texture today than they did a generation ago. Armstrong vinyl flooring comes in various levels of gloss so you can choose from a range of looks. We use cutting-edge print technology to produce beautiful floors that look like traditional and exotic wood species, limestone, sandstone, slate and other natural materials. Regardless of the authentic look are you searching for, you can find it in our vinyl sheet collection. Vinyl Sheet Flooring Durability Vinyl flooring is durable, low maintenance and easy on the budget. You won’t have to worry about sharp pet nails or dropped toys on these floors! All of our vinyl sheet products come with the toughest wear layers available. That means under normal household use our vinyl sheet floors won’t rip, tear or gouge. Guaranteed! Sheet vinyl is soft underfoot, so it’s comfortable to stand on for long periods. It’s also warmer to the touch than hard surfaces like ceramic or stone tile. Vinyl flooring is traditionally reserved for hardworking rooms (kitchens, baths, entryways, laundry rooms and playrooms) but the high-end styles are making their way into other living spaces. Vinyl Sheet Flooring Installation Vinyl flooring can be installed over almost any existing floor. The key is the existing floor must be flat, smooth, and dry. Installation options vary based upon the sheet vinyl flooring you select. There are three basic installation methods for Armstrong vinyl sheet products: 1. Modified loose lay 2. Glue down with releasable adhesive 3. Glue down with permanent adhesive Unless you are an experienced DIYer we recommend sheet vinyl flooring be professionally installed by an Armstrong Certified Installer. Vinyl sheet flooring can often be installed seamlessly, making it ideal in rooms with moisture. It comes in a range of colors and designs, including styles that mimic tile and wood. Unless you are an experienced DIYer we recommend sheet vinyl flooring be professionally installed by an Armstrong Certified Installer. How to Install Vinyl Flooring Find an Armstrong Certified Installer Vinyl Flooring Care In addition to refreshing, natural looks, Armstrong vinyl sheet flooring is easy to keep clean. Pets? Kids? Heavy Traffic? No problem! Sheet vinyl can stand up to pets nails and messes better than many surfaces. Best of all they’re soft surface makes them comfortable for walking, crawling or curling up in a sunny spot. Many of our vinyl floors have a wear layer that protects floors from stains, spills, scratches and scuffs. All you need to do is sweep regularly and mop as needed with Armstrong Once ‘N Done floor cleaner. For glossy floors, occasionally strip and reapply polish as necessary. Avoid waxing or buffing the surface. Get Once ‘N Done Floor Cleaner Be Your Own Designer with Design A Room Like a virtual dressing room for flooring, our Design a Room visualizer allows you to “try on” different flooring designs before making a purchase. Simply pick a room type and design style or upload a photo of your room then mix and match different vinyl floors with wall colors. Design Room Visualizer makes it easy to find the vinyl sheet flooring that’s perfect for your home. Use Design A Room Find the Floor that Fits Your Lifestyle Want to know which vinyl sheet flooring matches your lifestyle? Our floor finder tools helps you narrow the search based on your specific criteria. Just answer a few questions and the floor finder will select the style and design that’s best suited to your lifestyle and budget. Use Floor Findervinyl flooring kitchen 1Customer Review Ancient Slate – Peacock I remodeled a small bathroom and I wanted a smaller width of sheet vinyl flooring. After reviewing on the website all patterns available in 6′ widths, I choose this one, went to my local dealer to see in person. I loved it and once it was installed, it gave my small space the added wow factor I was looking for. Neutral but not plain.Gastonia, NC, United States View Ancient Slate – Peacock More Vinyl Flooring Reviews Natural Beauty in Vinyl Flooring We’ve brought the trend of “natural realism” to our vinyl sheet flooring. Our products capture the look and feel of objects found in the natural world with the stress-free maintenance of vinyl. Sheet vinyl floors have more depth and texture today than they did a generation ago. Armstrong vinyl flooring comes in various levels of gloss so you can choose from a range of looks. We use cutting-edge print technology to produce beautiful floors that look like traditional and exotic wood species, limestone, sandstone, slate and other natural materials. Regardless of the authentic look are you searching for, you can find it in our vinyl sheet collection. Vinyl Sheet Flooring Durability Vinyl flooring is durable, low maintenance and easy on the budget. You won’t have to worry about sharp pet nails or dropped toys on these floors! All of our vinyl sheet products come with the toughest wear layers available. That means under normal household use our vinyl sheet floors won’t rip, tear or gouge. Guaranteed! Sheet vinyl is soft underfoot, so it’s comfortable to stand on for long periods. It’s also warmer to the touch than hard surfaces like ceramic or stone tile. Vinyl flooring is traditionally reserved for hardworking rooms (kitchens, baths, entryways, laundry rooms and playrooms) but the high-end styles are making their way into other living spaces. Vinyl Sheet Flooring Installation Vinyl flooring can be installed over almost any existing floor. The key is the existing floor must be flat, smooth, and dry. Installation options vary based upon the sheet vinyl flooring you select. There are three basic installation methods for Armstrong vinyl sheet products: 1. Modified loose lay 2. Glue down with releasable adhesive 3. Glue down with permanent adhesive Unless you are an experienced DIYer we recommend sheet vinyl flooring be professionally installed by an Armstrong Certified Installer. Vinyl sheet flooring can often be installed seamlessly, making it ideal in rooms with moisture. It comes in a range of colors and designs, including styles that mimic tile and wood. Unless you are an experienced DIYer we recommend sheet vinyl flooring be professionally installed by an Armstrong Certified Installer. How to Install Vinyl Flooring Find an Armstrong Certified Installer Vinyl Flooring Care In addition to refreshing, natural looks, Armstrong vinyl sheet flooring is easy to keep clean. Pets? Kids? Heavy Traffic? No problem! Sheet vinyl can stand up to pets nails and messes better than many surfaces. Best of all they’re soft surface makes them comfortable for walking, crawling or curling up in a sunny spot. Many of our vinyl floors have a wear layer that protects floors from stains, spills, scratches and scuffs. All you need to do is sweep regularly and mop as needed with Armstrong Once ‘N Done floor cleaner. For glossy floors, occasionally strip and reapply polish as necessary. Avoid waxing or buffing the surface. Get Once ‘N Done Floor Cleaner Be Your Own Designer with Design A Room Like a virtual dressing room for flooring, our Design a Room visualizer allows you to “try on” different flooring designs before making a purchase. Simply pick a room type and design style or upload a photo of your room then mix and match different vinyl floors with wall colors. Design Room Visualizer makes it easy to find the vinyl sheet flooring that’s perfect for your home. Use Design A Room Find the Floor that Fits Your Lifestyle Want to know which vinyl sheet flooring matches your lifestyle? Our floor finder tools helps you narrow the search based on your specific criteria. Just answer a few questions and the floor finder will select the style and design that’s best suited to your lifestyle and budget. Use Floor Findervinyl flooring kitchen 2BHG.com Kitchens Kitchen Flooring Vinyl Kitchen Flooring After cabinets, flooring is often one of the most expensive line items in a kitchen remodel or update. Homeowners looking for a budget-friendly and attractive solution may want to consider vinyl. By Kathy Barnes Facebook Pinterest Twitter Google Plus Email Print More Oops, we’re sorry. Something went wrong. Please try again later. Oops, we’re sorry. Something went wrong. Please try again later. Share your take on this idea!Upload your photo here.CLOSE Love the classic look of hardwoods or tile but not the price tags? Worry those hard surfaces don’t fit your active family’s lifestyle? Vinyl flooring may be a smart solution for your kitchen. The material has come a long way in recent years and is available in a dramatic range of colors, patterns, and styles, including options that provide a similar look to stone or wood. The material provides endless design options as it can be mixed and matched to create interesting and unique patterns and designs. Although vinyl can give a look similar to tile or hardwood, it is much softer underfoot, thanks to its felt or foam backing. That “give” makes it more comfortable in rooms where you’ll do a lot of standing, such as the kitchen. The softer surface can also protect glass items from breaking when dropped, another great feature in the kitchen. The spongy quality does mean, however, that homeowners need to be cautious about heavy items placed on or moved across vinyl. Coaster should be used under appliances that will sit atop the floor. continue reading below Vinyl installation can be a simple DIY project. Peel-and-stick tiles are easy to install but create many seams where water can seep under the floor. With a little elbow grease, damaged tiles can be replaced (as long as you buy extras). Rolled tile typically measures 6- or 12-feet wide and can cover many bathrooms without a seam. If your bathroom is larger than available roll widths, however, it is best left to a professional installer who is trained at piecing and making seams disappear. With either product, DIYers need to properly prepare the surface, which must be absolutely clean so the vinyl adheres well and lies flat without bubbles or bumps. If installed and maintained properly, vinyl can last 15 years or much longer. Routine maintenance is as simple as sweeping and washing with regular cleaning products. When vinyl’s gloss coating eventually wears down, the shine can be restored using a vinyl floor wax. Although vinyl flooring is very durable, it can still be damaged. If the floor is nicked or ripped by a sharp object, the damage is almost always impossible to fix and vinyl is difficult to remove for replacement. New vinyl is often rolled out atop the damaged surface but to avoid multiple layers, a special machine must be used to scrape away old vinyl. Also, vinyl is not a good choice for families with allergy sufferers. It emits volatile organic compounds (VOCs), which can affect indoor air quality. Some vinyl includes polyvinyl chloride (PVC) that can release harmful gases, however, many manufacturers are beginning to produce reduced-PVC flooring so be sure to ask your dealer. The Best Way to Clean Your Floors! How to Clean a Floor More For You Flooring Finder Take this quick quiz and find the best flooring for your home and your budget. Must-Try Cork! Another material that is budget-friendly, comfortable and strong? Try cork! Oops, we’re sorry. Something went wrong. Please try again later. Oops, we’re sorry. Something went wrong. Please try again later. Share your take on this idea!Upload your photo here.CLOSE Popular In Kitchen Flooring Tile that Looks Like Wood Fresh Ideas for Kitchen Floors How to Clean Tile Floors More Kitchen Flooring Load More

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