There are many ways to describe vinyl flooring, and all of them will be beneficial to just about any homeowner. This is a floor covering that is durable, affordable and easy to clean and maintain, while offering styles and designs that are sure to be pleasing to the eye. Odds are, you'll find exactly what you need in this flooring, and then some.
Bockrath Flooring & Rugs has a great deal of experience in the flooring industry, and offers the kind of service and quality that can only be found in a family-run business. With expertise that runs across products, installation, features and so much more, these flooring professionals will make sure you get exactly what you need. We invite you to stop by to discuss your own particular needs at our showroom, located in Dayton, OH. We look forward to putting our expertise to work for you.
At one time, sheet vinyl flooring was considered a bargain buy, and often because it didn't last very long. That certainly isn't the case anymore, as sheet vinyl can be as durable and long-lasting as many other floor coverings on the market. Many companies even go as far as offering lifetime warranties, which is something you'll want to ask about while shopping. Overall, you can expect at least five years from your vinyl flooring.
Durability is found in the layers that make up the overall product. Depending upon the specific product you purchase, there can be various layers, but they all have a base that supports all the layers; a design layer that features the look and color you want; as well as a wear layer that protects your flooring against scuffs, scratches, and more.
Caring for this material is so easy, even the busiest household will be able to keep it looking brand new. Make sure to sweep or vacuum on a regular basis to remove dirt and debris. Then follow up with a soapy water mopping to make sure it stays as bright as possible, for as long as possible. Don't use products that contain ammonia or bleach, and stay away from abrasive cleaners as well, as these can all cause your floors to become dull and less appealing.
We are often asked about what type of installation is best with this particular material. Of course, a professional installation is always the way to go to avoid any problems. Not only are you covered against faulty installation, you can be sure you'll only have to pay for the amount of material it takes, and not a foot more.