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Know about Vinyl and why it may be the right floor for you.vinyl flooring is a great option for those looking for a fuss-free functional floor for their home. Ideal in kitchens,bathrooms,dining rooms,hallways..ect – PowerPoint PPT presentation

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Title: Choose The Right Vinyl Floor for Your Home

Choose The Right Vinyl Floor for Your Home
What is Vinyl Flooring ?
Vinyl flooring is a new type of resilient
flooring in the market. Resilient flooring is
simply artificial composite floors such as
rubber, plastic, PVC, linoleum and the latest
addition, Vinyl. They are produced massively in
many parts of the world especially North America.
Such synthetic flooring, which has been around
for more than a century, act as a cost efficient
substitute to natural floors such as wood,
concrete, ceramic and marble.  Resilient
floors also reduce impact of heavy objects by
creating a cushion effect, hence therefore
reduces "slipping" accidents.  However, as we
approach into today's era, people are getting
more and more self-conscious about living longer
and living healthily. People begin to thinking
about their children well being. Hence, they want
to choose the best 'healthy' flooring for their
Why Choose Vinyl Flooring ?
Vinyl is one of the most versatile materials used
in flooring. It is highly resistant to mold,
mildew, and moisture, making it one of the most
popular flooring options for kitchens, bathrooms,
laundry rooms, and just about any room in which
occasional spills and moisture are a concern.
Also one of the most affordable flooring
materials out there, vinyl is easy to install
over most existing flooring, and its easy to
maintain. Vinyls built-in cushiony underlayment
also makes it warmer and softer underfoot than
real tile, stone, or wood. Like all flooring
types, vinyl is designed to feel soft and
comfortable underfoot. The thickness of the vinyl
floor you choose will affect its comfort and you
may want to lay underlay if you opt for thin
vinyl or have a particularly hard or uneven
sub-floor. Vinyl flooring can also be used with
under floor heating systems for added comfort and
Dining Room Vinyl Flooring ?
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Bedroom Vinyl Flooring ?
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Kitchen Vinyl Flooring ?
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Bathroom Vinyl Flooring ?
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Hallways Vinyl Flooring ?
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