Vinyl flooring is still one of the best solutions for bathrooms, mud rooms and kitchens. Vinyl floor tiles are also a great solution for those looking to install their own flooring in a kitchen or bathroom. Vinyl floor designs are extremely realistic looking, patterns range from simple contemporary designs to beautiful weathered stones to rich hand scraped hardwoods. If you haven’t explored vinyl floors for a while you will be amazed at the new, exciting vinyl floor offerings.
Armstrong vinyl floor tile is best known for their resilient and vinyl flooring. They are the biggest vinyl brand in the world, and offer an extremely wide array of products. Their lifelike and durable patterns are very highly regarded by anyone in the industry. They carry all types of patterns, from natural patterns like marble, natural stone/tile or wood to decorative patterns like geometrics, historical patterns, diamond and floral designs.
Armstrong vinyl floor tile are also quite durable. Their ToughGuard construction forms a durable core that resists tearing, gouging or other structural damage. They offer both high and low gloss products, and many of their products feature a scratch-resistant CleanSweep PLUS urethane wearlayer enhanced with aluminum oxide that prevents abrasive wear damage. Some of their more popular lines include the Destinations series, a mid-priced floor with natural patterns, MasterWorks embossing that features the most realistic patterns possible, CleanSweep Plus wearlayer, and a 15 year warranty. Also popular is the discount vinyl flooring line, Initiator, which features classic vinyl patterns that look good at a low price and feature a ToughGuard core and 5 year warranty to assure that it will last.
Armstrong vinyl floor tile has many advantages, one of the advantages of using it is that when damaged, they can be replaced without harming the tiles around them. Start by cutting a large X through the center of the damaged tile with a sharp utility knife. Warm the tile with a heat gun or gun- type hair dryer to soften the adhesive. Work the blade of a putty knife under a section of the cut X and carefully pry and peel pieces of the tile loose, working from the center toward the edge.