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Vinyl Tile

Homeowners who have not kept up with today's technology probably do not know that contemporary vinyl tiles are not even in the same ballpark as the vinyl of the 70's and 80's. Modern vinyl tile is resilient and at the lower end of the pricing spectrum. It lasts for years and is easy to maintain. If, by chance, one tile gets ruined, you can replace one tile without having to replace the entire floor.


According to HGTV "Vinyl floor has more depth and texture today than it did a generation ago, so it can look like hardwood, tile, and stone, and it comes in a variety of colors. Vinyl is soft underfoot, so it's comfortable to stand on for long periods. It's also warmer to the touch than hard surfaces like tile. Vinyl comes in various levels of gloss so you can get a range of looks."



Advantages of vinyl tile



Vinyl tiles do not require professional installation and make a great weekend D-I-Y project. You can take your tiles and lay them in the pattern you like prior to removing the backing and setting them in place. Vinyl Composition Tile (VCT) is primarily made from limestone and is low cost. Solid vinyl tile (SVT) and luxury vinyl tile (LVT) contain more vinyl, for better performance and more realistic appearance.


You will discover that vinyl tiles are on the top of the list for bathrooms, kitchens, playrooms, nurseries, entry ways and laundry rooms . They perform well in humid rooms. If you have cats or dogs – or any indoor pets – vinyl tiles do not stain like other surfaces and messes are easy to disinfect and clean. You will find many vet offices with vinyl tiles.


While you can purchase vinyl tiles that look like wood or stone, they can still be embedded with antimicrobial protection to resist bacteria, mold, and mildew. Your great-grandmother's vinyl floor probably took a monthly waxing. This is not necessary with today's modern vinyl tile. Because of vinyl's resilience, it's warmer and more comfortable to stand on than most hard surfaces, and dropped dishes are less likely to break on it.


As far as cost goes, you will be able to find vinyl tiles in our stores ranging from $1 to $5 per square foot. On a dollar to dollar basis, it is very affordable.


Contact Atlas Carpet One Floor & Home today, or visit any of our locations in: 17100 San Pedro Avenue, San Antonio, TX 78232, or 10242 West Loop 1604 N, San Antonio, TX 78254.


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