With vinyl flooring, you can get the look of higher-end products without the price and the hassle of care you would have to put into the higher quality options in Orillia.
Vinyl flooring has been around for decades and has decreased in popularity as other flooring options have become more readily available. You might be tempted to write vinyl flooring off as “old-fashioned” or an unsightly, low-budget option, but we would encourage you to take another look before you dismiss the idea entirely. Vinyl floors have undergone some major upgrades in the past decade or so and are a great option for new flooring in your home. These aren’t your grandmother’s vinyl floors!
Vinyl floors require glue to install, which used to frequently result in the vinyl peeling up at the edges after some time. This unsightly condition made vinyl floors appear cheap and dirty. While vinyl floors are still installed using the “peel and stick” method, newer technology and products will help keep your vinyl from peeling up and will keep your flooring looking fresh. Another benefit to the installation method is that it is an easy project, and your installation will come together quickly and inexpensively.
You might also think that vinyl floors won’t have much to offer in terms of design, but that is not true. You can find virtually any design you want in vinyl, so you can achieve the look you are going for at a great price. Tile and natural stone prints are common choices for vinyl flooring, allowing homeowners to get the look of higher-end products without the price and the hassle of care you would have to put into the higher quality options.
If you are in Orillia, Ontario, be sure to stop by Giant Carpet Flooring Centre to check out our large selection of vinyl flooring.
At Giant Carpet Flooring Centre, we offer high-quality vinyl flooring to residents of Orillia, Barrie, Alliston, Angus, Newmarket, Cookstown, Innisfil, Bradford, Midland, Wasaga Beach, Collingwood, Muskoka, Gravenhurst, Bracebridge, Thornton, Everett, and all of Simcoe County, Ontario.