Affordable, durable, and versatile, today's vinyl flooring comes in an incredible array of colors and styles including patterns that look so much like hardwood, ceramic, or stone that you have to bend down and touch the floor to discover if it's the real thing.
Resilient flooring is not the linoleum vinyl of years ago, and you will be amazed at the choices. Thanks to state-of-the-art print and embossing technology, vinyl can replicate both the look and texture of natural materials in designs that range from traditional to more modern and contemporary.
Vinyl is guaranteed to perform beautifully for years withstanding heavy family traffic, resisting stains, and providing a quiet and comfortable hard surface floor.
Of all the flooring options, vinyl tile stands out as the easiest to install and the most economical. Vinyl tile is available in a multitude of designs, including looks that simulate wood, stone, and ceramic tile.
In addition to different-sized squares, vinyl tile is also sold in luxury vinyl planks to replicate the look of hardwood flooring.
Vinyl flooring can be used anywhere in your home. It's a great choice for high traffic areas such as playrooms, bathrooms, kitchens, and laundry rooms. It can also be installed below ground level, making it a great choice for basements.
Learn more about Vinyl types in our Flooring Terms Glossary.