What is Linoleum Flooring made of?
- Andrew Uhacz
What is Linoleum Flooring?
Linoleum Flooring is a resilient floor covering material designed for high traffic areas that require low maintenance. Therefore, commercial linoleum is commonly used in business offices, medical facilities and retail spaces. Floor City has an inventory of hundreds of styles like the Armstrong Marmorette, Linorette, Granette, Colorette, and Walton Uni collections.
Commercial Grade Linoleum Flooring
Armstrong commercial linoleum flooring is a high quality sheet or tile material designed to be used in high traffic areas and commonly used in educational settings like a classroom or in kitchens for residential use. However, it is remarkably versatile and will complement any decorating style. If you have an office setting, you can have your linoleum floors can be custom-cut to make a bold fashion statement.
Linoleum is the granddaddy of flooring types. When vinyl sheet flooring came on the scene, many people thought vinyl was the “new” linoleum, but they are very different products. The major difference – then and now – between vinyl and linoleum is that vinyl is easier to clean. Hence, depending on the foot traffic in the room where you want to install your linoleum floor, you may have to do more maintenance to keep your floor looking and performing at its best.
Commercial Sheet Linoleum
Sheet Linoleum is a resilient floor covering material designed for high traffic areas that require low maintenance. Commercial grade linoleum flooring is commonly used in business offices, medical facilities and retail spaces. Floor City supplies a variety of styles like the Armstrong Marmorette, and Linorette collections. Customers can buy a wide range of colors and patterns – from traditional marbled patterns to contemporary flecked designs or graphic patterns.