Vinyl Flooring

Vinyl Flooring at Di's Floor Centre, Floors in Eugene, Springfield, Oregon

Vinyl is a practical, functional, and fashionable option for today's active households. Because of this vinyl has traditionally been found in a kitchen, bath, or laundry room. However thanks to new innovations in design and performance, vinyl flooring is now available and practical for any room in the home. You can completely customize your floor by mixing contrasting colors patchwork style, creating medallions, or curved cuts that express your unique vision and personality.


What makes Vinyl stand out is that no other floor covering solution offers you such a selection, styling, and ease of maintenance. Today vinyl flooring can even realistically mimic the look and textures of real resilient stone, and wood grain patterns.



Practical Benefits of Vinyl:

Boasts the most versatile patterns, colors, and textures in flooring.
Vinyl floors are much easier to remove if desired.
Vinyl is known to be cushiony and warm underfoot.
Vinyl demonstrates superior resistance to moisture.
Spare vinyl composition tiles can be kept on hand to repair worn areas.

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Armstrong Mannington
Tarkett Flexitec

Shopping for Vinyl Floors

In terms of product selection alone there are more versatile patterns, colors and textures available to you. Also understand that vinyl is constructed of several different layers: the wear layer, the printed or decorative layer, an inner core consisting of a foam and vinyl layer, and a backing. When selecting your vinyl flooring, thicker is not always better. It's the density of the inner core that will help your floor resist rips, tears, gouges and indentations. Above all, concentrate on the top layer. When considering performance, today's premium wear layers offer superior resistance to stains, scuffs and scratches. That's worth noting if you live in an active household with kids or pets.

Vinyl Questions to Consider Given my home environment can I use more common vinyl materials or do I need to consider enhanced performance constructions for added protection?

Since vinyl comes in 6' and 12' widths, is seaming necessary for the area I need to be covered?

Will I be using vinyl in high water use areas? If so what do I need to know about caulking?

Visit Di's Floor Centre today and schedule a Free In-Home Consulation. Our specialists are prepared to come to you and conveniently discuss your needs in your very own home. Di's Floor Centre will guide you through the selection process, all the way through to installation!