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Vinyl / Sheet Flooring: Performance, Easy Care and Exquisite Looks!

Vinyl Sheet flooring combines dramatic, authentic-looking visuals – like slate, limestone, sisal and linen – with durability and easy maintenance. There are literally hundreds of styles and colors to choose from, and pricing options that make vinyl flooring workable for most any budget. Vinyl floors are known for their easy care and cleaning, and are generally wear-resistant. They’re also resilient. They “give” when you walk on them, which creates a soft, comfortable feel underfoot, and also reduces the chances of plates and glasses breaking when dropped.
Vinyl flooring is also very versatile. The new, high-end vinyl floors have better technology to help resist showing wear and staining far better than any of the middle to low-end vinyl floors made today.
The special urethane finishes used on today’s residential, high-end vinyl floors will give you a richer looking floor, better designs, better tear-resistance and much better performance. Call Davan Floors today and discuss installation or vinyl kit purchases for installing vinyl sheet flooring in your kitchen, bathroom or any other room!

106 W. Nine Mile Road ~ Highland Springs, VA. 23075
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Vinyl Sheeting and Grades

The more expensive vinyl floors generally will have a thicker wear layer and a much better finish. How long your vinyl floor will look new is based on the wear layer’s performance. Performance characteristics for vinyl are:

  • Easy to clean
  • Stays looking like-new
  • Resists staining from normal household products
  • Doesn’t show scratches easily
  • Resistance to tearing, gouging, ripping and indentations

Ease of cleaning relates to how difficult it is to remove soiling and other marks from a floor’s surface. When a floor begins to look old and dull it is usually caused by hundreds of fine hair-line scratches in the wear layer. The fine scratches come from dirt, grit, and sand rubbing on the wear layer’s surface.

Vinyl Flooring – The Look of Ceramic

The unique manufacturing processes used today can replicate the look and textures of real ceramic tile, stone and wood grains. Plus, resilient manufacturers have created new manufacturing processes to make vinyl floors more tear and stain resistant.

  • Vinyl: The standard wear layer for base grade vinyl floors. Although this is considered a no wax floor, it should be given an occasional polish to give the floor a shine.
  • Urethane: The upgrade wear layer for vinyl floors. This is easier to clean and is more resistant to scratching than ordinary vinyl no-wax. Weekly cleaning with a no-rinse floor cleaner is all that is required on most urethane floors.
  • PVC: PVC (Polyvinyl chloride), the latest technology in resilient flooring offers a fiberglass interlayer and comfort backing. With the option of endless design and color options, this floor offers dimensional stability so the flooring will not expand, contract, crack or curl.

Vinyl / Sheet Floor Cleaning Tips

  • Vacuum regularly to remove grit and sand. Wash your floor occasionally with the recommended floor cleaner.
  • Wipe up spills immediately. If necessary, clean with the recommended cleaner. You can also clean with lukewarm water and clear ammonia.
  • If your floor becomes dull looking you may need to add the recommended floor polish to restore the original gloss level. First, try cleaning with lukewarm water and clear ammonia to see if there is a film on your floor causing the dullness.
  • Never use abrasive cleaners, soaps, paste waxes, or solvents on your vinyl floor.
  • Place non-staining, walk-off mats or carpet runners at every outside entry to your room. This will help keep sand and grit from being tracked on to your floor.

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