The advantages to installing industrial vinyl flooring include vinyl's durability, resilience and moisture resistance. Vinyl is available in a variety of colors and designs to suit a range of aesthetic considerations. Vinyl flooring also requires no maintenance after installation beyond regular cleaning.
Vinyl flooring is extremely durable. It stands up to many years of foot traffic and resists stains and fading. It resists scratches and scuffs, and dirt and grime is easy to clean off. Vinyl flooring resists indentation from static loads. The material's longevity and resistance to wear and tear usually result in a lower cost of ownership compared to other flooring materials, such as tile or wood.
Vinyl flooring is extremely resilient and pairs with many different underlayment materials. The resilient surface reduces echoes to improve acoustics in large spaces and resists damage from impact loads. Resilient flooring can also reduce muscle fatigue for employees or residents.
Moisture resistance is another advantage of vinyl flooring. Nearly impervious to water, vinyl flooring resists damage from spills. It offers a smooth surface that is easy to clean and sanitize, making it ideal for applications such as bathrooms, hospitals or light-duty kitchens.
Vinyl flooring offers a wide range of colors and printed designs to suit a variety of styles. It is easy to cut the material to fit any area or configuration. Workers can install vinyl flooring directly on top of old flooring material, eliminating the need for costly removal.