Solid Hardwood Flooring vs. Vinyl Flooring

The revolutionary alternative to laminate flooring, vinyl plank floors are a modern and affordable choice for both home and commercial spaces. These are durable, versatile floors that can easily be installed by a novice homeowner. Incredibly popular, vinyl flooring is impervious to water, making it suitable for kitchens and bathrooms, having been known to survive flooding. The floorboards are also finished with a slip-resistant coating, making vinyl ideal for family homes with lively youngsters or pets. Vinyl flooring is available in a variety of colours and wood types.

As with all floor types, luxury vinyl comes with its drawbacks. While this flooring type is hard-wearing, it is prone to scuffs from sharp objects or high heels, which may cause irreversible damage. Vinyl flooring can become discoloured from continuous exposure to direct sunlight, losing its attractive lustre, which impossible to refinish. Further, glue down vinyl flooring is notorious for its difficulty to remove, having stuck down firmly to the subfloor. This flooring type may also be a cause for concern for the environmentally conscious, as it is currently not biodegradable.

 
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