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Advantages and Disadvantages of Using Vinyl Flooring

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Advantages and Disadvantages of Using Vinyl Flooring

Advantages and Disadvantages of Using Vinyl Flooring

 

While looking for flooring material, you may have come across vinyl flooring but before deciding to buy it; you may want to know the advantages and disadvantages of using vinyl flooring in your home.

Vinyl is a material known to be a substitute of faux leather.  It is in fact a variation of plastic resin which is made of chlorine and ethylene.  It is used to make doll’s clothing by manufacturers but can be used in our homes as vinyl flooring.

Vinyl flooring offers a lot of advantages if you want to consider them.

The first major advantage of vinyl flooring is its cost; indeed, it is one of the cheapest materials you can find for your floor but moreover, it is one of the easiest materials to install since you can install it yourself fairly easily without the help of a professional.

Vinyl flooring is said to be water resistant.  Therefore, being water proof, you can install it in any room you wish to; be it the kitchen or the bathroom without having to worry about it deteriorating with water.  Another good advantage with vinyl is that it is soft under the foot unlike laminate which can be hard.

Advantages and Disadvantages of Using Vinyl Flooring

Therefore, if you have babies who are learning to crawl or walk at home, you can think of it as your best choice.  Furthermore, vinyl flooring is easy to clean and maintain.  It is as easy to mop up or even to vacuum.

However, vinyl flooring doesn’t have only good qualities; there are some disadvantages that you have to be made aware of.

Advantages and Disadvantages of Using Vinyl Flooring

Though waterproof, vinyl flooring can become yellow or start to fade with sunlight and you probably will end up replacing it.  Moreover, being a soft material; vinyl flooring is easy to tear especially if furniture or something pointy is dragged over it.

Finally, the other disadvantage is that it is difficult to repair vinyl flooring once it has been distorted or torn because the only solution is to change it and buy some new vinyl to change the look of your home once again.Advantages and Disadvantages of Using Vinyl Flooring

Therefore to sum it up, if you are looking for something that will be fairly easy to install and easy to buy and easy to walk on then vinyl flooring is the one for you.  Moreover, vinyl flooring is available in a number of patterns and colors that will make it possible for you to redecorate whenever you feel the need to.

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