Vinyl flooring remains the most popular floor used in a kitchen area. It is also used in damp areas, basements with possible flooding issues, and mudrooms or sunrooms which are exposed to some outdoor elements.
Over the last decade, vinyl manufacturers have used technology to produce a floor looking so authentic it is difficult to distinguish whether it is vinyl or tile. Vinyl flooring is produced in twelve or thirteen feet one inch sheet widths, eliminating seams which trap dirt and moisture. It can be glued down or loose-layed and held in place by the weight of the vinyl and baseboard trim. Vinyl floors are now being offered as environmentally friendly products and this feature is becoming more and more popular.
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