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Resilient flooring may be a new term to you but it means exactly what you would think. It describes flooring that is firm with some bounce. Resilient flooring (also known as resilient vinyl tile flooring) is the category between carpeting and hard floors such as stone or hardwood.

What is Sheet Vinyl Tile Flooring?

Vinyl, which first came to market in the 1940’s, represents most of the resilient flooring market. This includes Vinyl Composition Tile, Solid Vinyl Tile, Luxury Vinyl Tile and Luxury Vinyl Planks. At one time, vinyl flooring had an image problem but with the introduction of higher end vinyl flooring, this has changed. Resilient vinyl tile flooring styles are more attractive, durable, water resistant (or waterproof) and cost effective than ever.

The benefits of resilient vinyl tile flooring are numerous. It is durable, low maintenance, noise resistant and largely inexpensive. Its flexibility is perfect for bridging small bumps and gaps. However, it is not entirely without a downside. It is prone to indentation marks from furniture or appliances.

Vinyl flooring is a top choice for kitchens, baths and basements as it’s perfect for areas prone to spills or moisture. Vinyl is also durable enough for high traffic areas and resists scuffs and stains.

Newer vinyl flooring comes with an attached underlayment to minimize sounds and make it more comfortable to stand on for long periods. Luxury vinyl plank and luxury vinyl tile flooring allow you to have the appearance of a high-end hardwood, porcelain, marble or stone floor at a fraction of the cost.

At Straightline Custom Flooring, we have decades of experience with vinyl flooring installation and we offer a large selection of resilient vinyl tile flooring to choose from, making us your one-stop store where you can shop with complete confidence. Contact us today to discover the exciting world of resilient vinyl floors!

We carry the following Vinyl/Resilient brands:

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