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Picking out a brand-new flooring can be quite tricky. There are a lot of things that you need to consider, so it’s important to make sure you’ve chosen the right one. Vinyl is a very popular selection, because it does have many benefits which make it a versatile and inexpensive flooring. Let’s cover some of the benefits together in more detail, so you understand why vinyl is a good choice.

Natural Look, Cheaper Cost

Perhaps one of the main advantages of a vinyl floor is that it closely replicates the look and feel of a natural floor. Obviously, you want to try and have a house which looks fairly natural, so vinyl is a good choice in that respect. Despite closely mirroring the aesthetic of a natural floor, it is a lot cheaper than actual natural flooring.

Low Maintenance

For anybody who wants a low maintenance house, vinyl is the best choice. Vinyl is incredibly easy to maintain and keep clean, and has a very long lifespan, so it doesn’t need to be replaced as often as other flooring might.

Vinyl can be applied in pretty much all situations barring a wet room, and doesn’t require any special cleaning chemicals to keep tidy, just a wet mop.

Warmer Underfoot

One of the major downsides to a floor which is made of stone or tile is that for all their elegance, they are very cold to walk on. This is especially a problem during winter, because stone and tile does not keep heat as well as something like vinyl.

Because vinyl is made from a special PVC material, it is quite good at retaining heat. So when you walk across it in the winter, you might not freeze to death!

Simple Installation and Fitting

One of the main reasons why people absolutely love vinyl is that it is very easy to retrofit. What this means is that installation is often easy and can be done by anybody, so there’s no need to get a professional involved.

Not only can vinyl be put over any existing flooring for ease-of-use, but it is also incredibly versatile. You can sometimes get vinyl which is self-adhesive, meaning that you usually just have to peel the back off, or vinyl which takes pretty much any adhesive to set.

Incredibly Strong and Durable

If you take the time to properly lay a vinyl floor, you will find it is pretty much indestructible. Things like wood can get scuffed and damaged, things like stone and tile can crack following impact, but vinyl just keeps going.

Vinyl can be reinforced with fibreglass for extra strength, it can be very thick, it can be incredibly durable, and in most cases, professionally fitted vinyl will have a 15 year guarantee on it. These characteristics make vinyl a great choice for anywhere where people will be passing through a lot, like a bathroom, or a kitchen, or even a patio or conservatory.