Types of Vinyl


A brand of limestone composite tiles, Duraceramic tiles offer more warmth than a ceramic tile. They are also easier to install (with or without grout) and can “float” over many existing floors. Their Scotchgard™ Protector offers built-in stain and soil repellent.


Luxury Vinyl Tile (LVT) is different from the mix of other vinyl goods not only in its manufacturing process, but also in its aesthetic designs and applications. Ranging from natural stone to handscraped hardwood and enhanced texture and color options, LVT offers realistic photo replications at a much lower cost. Since most LVT is 100% vinyl, it is inherently water-resistant, easy to maintain and presents a durable, comfortable and safe surface. LVT options are constructed to withstand commercial levels of wear and tear. Whether it is installed in a commercial space or a residential space, LVT will perform and provide lasting beauty to the area that is unparalleled by most other synthetic surfaces. LVT is a great option for basements & laundry rooms, where moisture issues may occur.


This versatile and functional flooring is easy to clean and maintain. Although its price fluctuates with the cost of oil, it is generally very affordable.

Roll/Sheet goods come in 6’ or 12’ widths and in many colors and designs.


Vinyl composite tile (VCT) is often used for commercial and institutional flooring projects.

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