Flooring Comparison Guide

 

Compare other flooring options

Hardwood
Ceramic Tile
Laminate
Carpet

 

 

  Vinyl Tile Flooring Pros

Great Value Vinyl tile is one of the best values in flooring.

Easy Installation For DIYers, glueless and peel ‘n stick vinyl tile is the easiest floor to install.

Install Anywhere in the Home Can be installed in any room, including bathrooms. Can be installed on all levels including below grade.

Wide Variety of Designs, Sizes and Shapes A wide variety of designs ranging from natural materials to original patterns in 12" x 12", large formats and planks. Vinyl has the look of wood, stone or ceramic tile at a lower price point.

Low Maintenance Just sweep and mop occasionally.

Considerations

Lower Life Expectancy Vinyl tile will not last as long as hardwood, ceramic tile or linoleum.

Seams That Can Accumulate Dirt and Moisture Water can seep into tile seams. This can create maintenance, adhesive bonding and subfloor issues.

Gouging and Tearing Resilient Vinyl tile is easier to gouge and tear than ceramic tile. In higher traffic areas, be sure to install thicker vinyl tile for better performance.

Does Not Increase Home's Value Vinyl tile is less likely than natural flooring products to enhance the monetary value of your home.

 
Select a brand below to browse various vinyl flooring styles, colors, and installation solutions.

Congoleum
Mannington
Armstrong
Domco
Tarkett

 

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