Vinyl flooring is highly resistant to water and moisture, making it ideal for areas prone to spills, such as kitchens and bathrooms. It does not absorb water, which prevents warping, swelling, and mold growth.


Vinyl flooring is generally more affordable compared to other flooring options. Despite its lower cost, vinyl flooring still offers a high level of durability, versatility, and visual appeal, making it a cost-effective flooring solution.

Comfortable and Quiet

Vinyl is designed with comfort in mind, it has a softer feel underfoot that means it is more pleasurable to stand on for long durations, which is one of the reasons it is also known as 'cushion' flooring. Vinyl flooring also absorbs sound, reducing noise levels in your home. 

Vinyl Flooring FAQ

Vinyl flooring is waterproof, yes. The surface is made so that water cannot penetrate through, and during installation our fitters go around the perimeter with sealant so that no water or moisture can get underneath the vinyl flooring.

Essentially, yes, vinyl flooring is the same as lino. Linoleum is the material that used to be used in bathroom and kitchen floors, until vinyl, made mainly from PVC, started to replace it in the 60's. So when most people think of lino, they are now thinking of vinyl.

Vinyl flooring is not as slippy as laminate flooring, but is more slippy than carpet. It's slippiness can be reduced by mopping up any liquids that are on the surface. Certain vinyls have a higher slip resistance than others so be sure to specify if you are looking for a slip resistant vinyl so your advisor can bring out suitable samples.

Vinyl flooring is warmer than ceramic and laminate tiles. Vinyl is made from layered materials, each acting as a barrier for heat. The thicker the vinyl the warmer it will be.

Vinyl flooring is highly suitable for kitchens. It is water resistant so can withstand the moisture created in kitchens, available in 2m, 3m and 4m widths so you won't have excess waste if your kitchen is only narrow and can be mopped so is perfect for any spillages.

Yes, vinyl is highly suitable for bathrooms. It is water resistant so you do not have to worry about spilling any liquid or moisture and ruining the floor, it comes in 2m, 3m and 4m widths so you do not need to order more vinyl than you need in small bathrooms and it is easy to maintain; you can brush, hoover or mop. 

Vinyl flooring is water resistant, so yes, you can wet and damp mop it.

Vinyl and Laminate have different qualities and are suitable for different areas. Vinyl is water resistant and warmer so is suitable for bathrooms and kitchens, where as Laminate is hard wearing and can be seen as more stylish so is suitable to Living Rooms and Dining Rooms.

Vinyl is suitable for hallways. It is water resistant and easy to clean so is perfect for hallways where you bring in dirt and moisture from outside. The middle-top range vinyls are extremely hard wearing so can withstandthe high traffic that hallways receive.

If Vinyl flooring is suitable for your requirements.

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