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No material offers as many options as vinyl. You might say it’s the great imposter, since there are vinyl patterns, colors and textures that mimic nearly any surface imaginable. It combines all of this design flexibility with durability, too. That’s why designers often choose vinyl for high traffic areas where they want to complete a specific design theme or capture a unique aesthetic.
Vinyl can look like wood, slate, ceramic tile or stone, with depth and realism that can fool nearly any eye. And it does all that while being budget friendly, sensible, durable and easy to clean. Want to know the best place to see how good today’s vinyl floors are? Just check out the great warranties!
Advantages and Disadvantages
Unlike hardwood and ceramic, these floors do have a life expectancy. Depending on your point of view, this can be a plus or a minus. If, for example, you enjoy changing the look of your home once in awhile, the fact that vinyl floors are relatively easy to change to another design can be a plus. Ceramic flooring is very hard to remove. If you decide to use ceramic looking vinyl, it's much easier to remodel.
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