Heterogeneous and Homogeneous sheet flooring for commercial and residential applications. Armstrong vinyl sheet flooring is designed to provide beautiful, easy-to-clean and long-lasting floors, Armstrong Medintone and Medintech sheet vinyl flooring offers a...Read more
Armstrong vinyl sheet flooring is designed to provide beautiful, easy-to-clean and long-lasting floors, Armstrong Medintone and Medintech sheet vinyl flooring offers a spectrum of colors and designs that provide a clean, fresh appearance to create comfortable and engaging spaces.
Armstrong vinyl sheet flooring is designed to provide beautiful, easy-to-clean and long-lasting floors, Armstrong Medintone and Medintech sheet vinyl flooring offers a spectrum of colors and designs that provide a clean, fresh appearance to create comfortable and engaging spaces.
As part of Armstrong Continuum Solutions, Medintech and Medintone with Diamond 10 Technology coating coordinate across the Armstrong Flooring portfolio to create unique design concepts and solutions for every space. Using cultured diamonds with all the properties of natural diamonds, our Diamond 10 Technology coating provides category leading scratch, stain and scuff resistance, making it a perfect solution for healthcare and educational environments.
Setting the standard, Medintech and Medintone with Diamond 10 Technology coating provides the durability required in high-traffic commercial buildings, healthcare and educational settings. Featuring our patent-pending Diamond 10 Technology coating for an enhanced level of performance, Medintech and Medintone flooring can withstand heavy traffic and staining for a true low-maintenance floor. Coupled with the true through-pattern construction, Medintone and Medintech sheet resists abrasion and other wear while elevating aesthetics with a spectrum of colors, tones and patterns.
Accolade Plus is a homogeneous sheet vinyl floor with a contemporary color palette and bold tone-on-tone visual, which combines excellent durability and maintenance characteristics. Styled to blend light and shade in a multi-chip visual, Accolade Plus is suitable for the daily demands of commercial spaces including healthcare, education, light industrial and hospitality. Part of our Continuum Solutions, homogeneous products coordinate across Armstrong Flooring’s full portfolio of commercial products.
Reasons to Specify Homogeneous Sheet Diamond 10 Technology coating resists soil, stains, scratches, scuffs and abrasions, as well as chemicals and damage from alcohol-based hand sanitizers Easy maintenance – No polish Diamond 10 Coating Technology minimizes cleaning time and disruption True through-pattern construction provides even wear and a consistent appearance along with superior gouge and abrasion resistance Withstands heavy foot and rolling load traffic.
Easy to heat weld and flash cove for spaces demanding superior infection control Broad palette of coordinating colors and patterns Manufactured to Armstrong Flooring’s Diamond Standard of Quality.
Refer to the Armstrong Flooring Guaranteed Installation Systems manual (F-5061) at ArmstrongFlooring.com/installationmanual and at floorexpert.com for proper installation, care, and maintenance information.
Armstrong Sheet Vinyl is a perfect alternative for your home or business if you want the look of stone, tile, or hardwood without the extensive upkeep of the real materials. As a resilient floor, Armstrong gives you the look of natural elements while still staying robust.
You can find other floors like this under the Armstrong brand name. However, what makes their sheet vinyl so superior is it comes with a single solid surface, giving you maximum protection right through the top layer.
This floor type gives you proven waterproof qualities, plus guaranteed durability. Armstrong sheet vinyl is also one of the most resilient floors out there thanks to a patented system Armstrong invented: Diamond 10 Technology.
It's multi-layer construction that makes sheet vinyl stay strong. Armstrong offers three key collections that give you varying degrees of durability:
Plus, it comes in three specific looks to enhance any particular room:
Out of all these, six product collections exist that are currently in stock. They all come with a multitude of color choices as well, ranging from beautiful Beige to basic White.
What questions do you have about Armstrong Sheet Vinyl? Take time out to learn a little more to make a smart buying choice.
--Scratch and stain-resistant through the use of Diamond 10 Technology. While wear resistance varies based on the collection you choose, it still has a high degree of protection, even with CushionStep Good.
The use of real diamonds is the secret to the durability factor, something no other floor manufacturer uses. It gives a new definition of what a premium floor is.
--More realistic natural designs than ever before. You can enjoy the look of hardwood, stone, and tile through the use of enhanced printing technology. Images available today are far more advanced than what was available a decade ago.
Nowadays, most experts can't tell the difference to the naked eye.
--Has a unique installation method using one continuous roll. Thanks to this feature, you can cut each piece to size for easy install customization.
To get it fully installed, you can use either a modified loose lay system, or a full adhesive. If you choose a looser adhesive, you can release it later, or decide on a permanent adhesive process.
--Uses real diamond technology for its Diamond 10 Technology. You already know diamonds can't scratch. Armstrong instilled their sheet vinyl with this same cultured diamond material.
Keep in mind you can only get the extra Diamond 10 Technology protection on two out of the top Armstrong sheet vinyl collections.
--Armstrong sheet vinyl lasts for years. With regular cleaning and other maintenance, expect it to last for 25 years or more. This is on-par with other resilient floorings like linoleum, except more stylish in appearance. Plus, sheet vinyl is more affordable than many other options.
--You'll more than likely need to hire a professional to install your sheet vinyl floor due to the trickier installation method. Working with adhesives is not something for beginners to work with without some experience.
Hiring someone to install is easy, however, and well worth the effort to know it gets done right. Mistakes made with adhesives can end up costing you more to fix than hiring a professional installer the first time.
The adhesive for Armstrong's sheet vinyl is used on either the fiberglass or stone-backed products. A full-spread adhesive is also used on felt-backed versions of the sheet vinyl.
Armstrong has adhesive products you can buy from the same suppliers selling these floors. One thing you can count on with Armstrong adhesives is they have low VOCs, responsible manufacturing, and a FloorScore® certification.
Most Armstrong sheet vinyl collections use the S-288 adhesive. This particular adhesive type is moisture and alkali-resistant.
Caring for your sheet vinyl floor is, fortunately, not complicated. Remember, this is still vinyl flooring, and cleaning it is usually the same as all other vinyl surfaces.
This starts by doing weekly sweeping and vacuuming to keep dirt from accumulating. One thing to know is vacuums with beater bars are rough on vinyl floors, so avoid using one while cleaning.
You can also do mopping on your sheet vinyl floor, albeit not immediately after installation. It requires five days for the adhesive to cure before using water.
For tougher stains, Armstrong does offer cleaning products, including a floor stripper. During normal weekly cleaning, though, you can just use a self-made cleaning agent via a mild dishwater detergent.
You can purchase Armstrong sheet vinyl in any store that sells Armstrong products. This usually means general home goods stores like Lowe's or Home Depot.
While you can find these floors locally, you're better off searching for deals online. Discounts are more easily found this way, including finding more knowledgeable flooring experts.
As convenient as it is to go to your local box store, you're less likely to find real flooring professionals there. Going through a real flooring outlet is where you can get all your questions accurately answered.
Going through an online outlet also has other benefits. One of those is you're able to have samples sent to you to test a piece of sheet vinyl before making a final buying commitment.
Armstrong is still the leader in sheet vinyl floors. Regardless, they do have competitors like Mannington. While Mannington does offer quality sheet vinyl, they aren't any better than Armstrong.
Both are equal in providing green floor manufacturing principles. They both offer low VOCs, have FloorScore® certifications, and create floors that clean up spills with aplomb.
The choice is yours on either product. What it ultimately comes down to is flooring style differences in what you need for a particular room.
What's considered "best" in Armstrong flooring is always subjective. Their different sheet vinyl collections are made for specific types of homes based on floor traffic rates.
Armstrong touts their Duality Premium and CushionStep Better sheet vinyl as the best two collections for the ultimate protection. This doesn't mean the CushionStep Good brand still doesn't live up to its name.
To truly determine what the best sheet vinyl floor is for you, take some time to measure how much foot traffic your home gets every day. You should be able to do this based on a simple observation of how much wear and tear your floor gets daily from family, kids, pets, or guests.
The layers in Armstrong sheet vinyl are fairly standard from what you see in their other luxury vinyl flooring. How many layers you get is all based on the collection you buy. Adding Diamond 10 Technology on the surface adds further protection.
For the first layer, Diamond 10 Technology continues to be the norm on the best sheet vinyl collections. This top layer is a coating utilizing real diamond properties. As a result, you get some of the most powerful scratch, scuff, and stain resistance within the entire flooring industry.
This first layer also helps retain the appearance of the printed image on the surface.
The second layer is the rigid wear layer that determines the floor's thickness level. Armstrong uses proprietary texturing methods here so you get more realism in the digital image. Durability is also enhanced with this layer, including added abrasion resistance.
The third layer is the printed film image. Did you know Armstrong is a leader in high-fidelity printing techniques? They also have 30 copyrights on their printed images currently available.
The fourth layer is the foundation layer to add further durability and comfort.
The last layer is the underlayment where sheet vinyl comfort level comes from. Armstrong lets you buy this separately if needed. It offers superior noise reduction and added moisture protection. For overly loud or busy environments, placing an underlayment is a good option, if not always necessary for all rooms.
To make a smarter buying decision, it's a good idea to look at what the customer's voice says about Armstrong sheet vinyl. A great thing about Armstrong is they're very transparent on the product reviews posted on their site. They let all reviews (positive and negative) stand as they are to help give you an idea of what customers think.
The site additionally offers Q&A sections below the reviews to help answer pertinent questions about where sheet vinyl is typically used. Take a look at some positive customer reviews to help give you an idea of where you can use sheet vinyl in your home.
One notable review in the Duality Premium line for the Amalfi Vinyl Sheet (Black) product noted the floor's extra durability:
"We had this floor installed about a year and a half ago and I love the durability of it. It looks and feels great. I thought the feet of my metal wine rack would leave impressions, but the surface is hard so it didn't."
Another review above this one praised the overall look of the sheet vinyl. They noted:
"The new floor was installed Oct. 2019. The new floor was placed over an existing sheet vinyl floor at the recommendation of the installer. The structure of the floor is concrete slab on grade. The floor is one piece (no seams). We are very satisfied with the new floor. It feels good underfoot and is easy to keep clean."
Reviews for the alternative StrataMax Better line are just as positive. One lengthier review praised the look of the texture and color for Ancient Slate Vinyl Sheet:
"I self-installed this StrataMax "Better" floor (and did a truly professional job using ALL Armstrong products and guidelines) in "Ancient White" color in my Kitchen (about 205 SF total).
It came out absolutely amazing, I am thrilled with everything about the installation, the quality of this floor, and most of all the stunning beauty of this pattern/color. Not just me either, so far everyone who saw my new floor loves the pattern/color.
Once completed, It looks a hundred times nicer than the small sample did. BEAUTIFUL "whitish" floor, with a *very slight* light grey overtone (I did not want "super" white). The pattern is 9"x9" sculptured tiles with slightly varying thickness of the grout lines. Best of all throughout the floor there a *hints* of very, very slight color hues, but not so much as removes the overall white tone of floor. I wish anyone contemplating this floor could come to my house and see it, because it would be a deal-maker!
It lays super-flat, is soft and very comfortable on your feet. And, a breeze to clean!! For the price range the quality seems to be outstanding. I highly, highly recommend!
Please note: I was NOT going to upload any pictures because I am horrible at lighting adjustment & picture taking. Then I thought of how much I myself like to see picture's in people's reviews. So, I am uploading 2 pictures, but, *please be aware* these pictures do NOT do this beautiful floor any justice. The lighting and shading and colors are NOT truly represented...But they will give you an overall idea of how it looks. To see this floor in real-life puts these pictures to shame, the floor is much, much nicer/prettier/elegant."
Yet another review for the Distant Valley Vinyl Sheet (in the CushionStep Better line) praised this floor for its convenient use in their kitchen, bathrooms, and laundry area:
"This floor rocks! Installed in kitchen and laundry areas, also (2) bathrooms. Fit in with bathroom correctly. Overall appears to be stone. Brightens up room and the appearance is excellent."
It's also worth looking at Armstrong's Q&A on this product and others. A prospective customer on the Distant Valley Vinyl Sheet product page asked:
"What is the thickness of this vinyl sheet?"
Armstrong replied with this answer:
"Dear Valued Customer,
The thickness of the product in this collection is 100mils or 2.45mm."
Another question asked on the Distressed Hickory Vinyl Sheet (in the StrataMax Best line) asked about the safety issues surrounding vinyl:
"We installed this flooring in our entire house in 2010. I'm just wondering if it is phthalate-free or not?"
Armstrong gave a thoroughly educated answer for everyone's peace of mind:
"Dear Valued Customer,
There is a lot of buzz concerning the term phthalate. While the use of plasticizers is essential to produce any flexible vinyl product. There are different types and not all are considered to be health hazards. Phthalates can be divided into two categories ortho-phthalates and terra-phthalates. Ortho-phthalates which have been found to contain harmful chemicals are not used in our products. We do employ the use of terra-phthalates which as the prefix would suggest come from the earth and have not been know for the same sort of health hazards presented by ortho-plalates."
Check out Armstrong's other sheet vinyl reviews and answers to various customer questions.
You've seen how Diamond 10 Technology is utilized in Armstrong's sheet vinyl flooring. Does it really matter if you need this to add more protection to your home's floor?
It does if you expect to have extensive activity at home in the years to come. You'll want to know a little more about Diamond 10 Technology and what the origins of it are.
Armstrong developed this technology in 2015 by repurposing real diamonds as a new floor coating. Over the last several years, they've expanded Diamond 10 Technology into not only many of their residential floors, but also commercial brands.
The reason they chose diamonds is the combination of heat and pressure from diamond properties creates one of the hardest surfaces in the manufacturing world. Adding it as a top coating on Armstrong's sheet vinyl brings the extra durability that makes this flooring company so famous.
As Armstrong notes in a demonstration video of Diamond 10 Technology, the process brings a high score on the Mohs hardness scale. This makes the technology unmatched in durability level for use in anything needing to stand up to human or natural wear.
Through comparative lab tests, Armstrong continues to prove the worth of utilizing diamonds in their floors. Their patent on the concept is still pending, yet makes Armstrong stand alone as they frequently have in flooring innovations.
You can get Diamond 10 Technology in various Armstrong sheet vinyl flooring products. It's only available in the higher-end collections, albeit intended for the busiest of flooring spaces, whether at home or work.
With six Armstrong sheet vinyl collections available in stock now, it's time to look at each one in more detail. Which one of their collections is right for your home?
Each one has various degrees of similar features, styles, and price levels. The largest collections are Duality Premium and CushionStep Better with 50 products each.
Choosing a CusionStep sheet vinyl floor means a choice of Better or Good. Either works well based on your environment. CushionStep Better does have some extra things to give you slightly better comfort and wear resistance.
In scratch and stain resistance, it's on-par with the superior Duality Premium edition. The comfort level, though, is at a five-star level and stands apart, even from the premium floor.
It offers a soft and warm touch made for rooms you'll be walking on day and night. For instance, CushionStep Better is great for floors like kitchens, bathrooms, and even bedrooms. Any floor requiring you to stand in place for long periods can benefit from using sheet vinyl.
Also, think about how many times you might have to get up in the middle of the night, perhaps barefoot. Sheet vinyl floor provides a warm feel so you won't scream out loud from how cold it is during a.m. hours. While a floor of this type maybe isn't typical in a bedroom, it offers far less maintenance than installing a carpet.
CusionStep Better uses Diamond 10 Technology to ensure it lasts for decades. It's designed to last as long as 25 years, and usually longer with proper care.
The next level of CusionStep is Good, and it lives up to its name. Despite being a little cheaper than the premium brands, it still has similar features. Each attribute offers good to average protection and durability.
Don't think this floor is lesser since it still provides dependable scratch/stain resistance, durability, comfort, and wear resistance. Meant as a budget offering, it's made for low-traffic areas.
What you'd buy this for is a residential room that only gets moderate to occasional visitations. Rooms like dens or less-visited guest rooms are some examples here. Although it can be any room if you're perhaps living by yourself.
You can save money buying CushionStep Good while continuing to enjoy the superior visuals sheet vinyl provides. Give it a chance based on your foot traffic analysis. Retailers offering Armstrong floors can send you a sample to see whether it really works for your home.
For those who want the best of the best in Armstrong sheet vinyl, you'll find it with their Duality Premium brand. It offers five stars across the board in features, other than (arguably) not being quite as comfortable as CushionStep Better. You'll still love walking on this floor, and it's only one of two collections offering a lifetime residential warranty.
As with the other superior Armstrong brands, Diamond 10 Technology is utilized strongly here for the most durable floor on the planet. Price is a little more considering the premium aspect, yet worth it if your home floor has an intense workout in the coming years.
If you intend to have a big family in the future (plus lots of dogs, cats, and other animals around), investing in Duality Premium now is a smart move. This brand is truly made for a floor well-lived on for life.
The next three collections are in the StrataMax line. StrataMax Best offers fewer products (only 16), if still providing many of the same features. It's considered an optional type of vinyl sheet with a few different materials.
What makes StrataMax stand out is it utilizes 70% limestone, providing further durability in a slightly different way. This time, it's through the elements of real stone. Having this robust quality makes it protect against ripping, tearing, and even gouging. In cases where you have heavy or sharp furniture on your floor, StrataMax Best is the perfect buy.
The wear layer is made of urethane, the main element for protection against scratches, stains, and scuffing. Thanks to a loose-lay installation method, it's easy to install. Many people who rent property use this type of flooring since it's affordable and can be put in place within one day.
Next in the StrataMax line is Better, which gives you a limestone encapsulated felt structure. Urethane Plus is still available on the surface layer to provide excellent resistance against scratches.
There isn't a whole lot of difference between the Best and Better lines, other than a slightly lesser warranty time. Otherwise, this is designed for homes with only moderately heavy foot traffic.
Thanks to the loose-lay installation method on the StrataMax sheet vinyl, you can remove it easier when doing a replacement. Armstrong also reminds us their StrataMax sheet vinyl is 50% stronger than any flooring product made with fiberglass. This sheet vinyl product can hold up to 80 lbs. without creating damage.
Here you have the more basic version of StrataMax. It works similarly to CushionStep Good where you get a more affordable option for rooms with lesser traffic. Wear layer here is slightly less than more premium editions, yet still offers 65 mils.
One of the standout features in the StrataMax line is its layered construction helps prevent buckling. If you live in extreme climates, this is an important aspect of your flooring during specific seasons.
How long do Armstrong sheet vinyl warranties last? It all depends on the type of collection you buy, of course. Armstrong is one of the rare few flooring companies in the world to offer a lifetime warranty on their most premium brands. One of two products that offer a lifetime warranty is the residential version of Duality Premium. For the commercial version, it's only 10 years, going on the assumption a commercial location gets considerably more use.
Considering it's one of the strongest floors available anywhere, it's a worthy warranty deal. Armstrong's other warranties, though, last longer than many competitors.
For instance, CushionStep Better vinyl sheet flooring offers a 25-year residential warranty. CushionStep Good goes down to 10 years, based on the idea it won't get a lot of wear and tear over time.
Having a 25-year warranty is still a very long time. Chances are, you won't even need to replace the floor in your lifetime, depending on the age you were when making the purchase.
In the StrataMax line, the residential warranties are nearly identical to CushionStep. StrataMax Best for residential use also has a lifetime warranty. The only difference is the commercial version here is five years.
StrataMax Better has a 25-year limited warranty, and StrataMax Good has a 20-year warranty.
What can you have covered with these warranties? Any damage has to be natural defects in the manufacturing before the warranty is honored. Damage caused by nature or through personal abuse voids any claim.
On the lifetime warranty, you have up to 26 years to have material and labor paid for by Armstrong for a replacement. After the 26th year, they'll only pay for the materials but not the labor costs.
All other warranties heed to specific time windows indicated when Armstrong covers replacements. For commercial warranties, it's much the same, including replacement of materials and paying for labor if turning in the warranty within two years.
Armstrong makes it easy to contact them if you have any problems with your floor. By calling them at 1-800-233-3823, they'll give you directions on how to handle your warranty. You can even file your warranty claim through this number.
Always remember to keep the receipt from the retailer where you bought the floor. Having your receipt is a requirement to make your claim and prove when and where the floor was purchased.
The layers of Armstrong sheet vinyl only tell part of the story on the floor's construction.
While you already know Diamond 10 Technology comes from diamonds, other layers in each sheet vinyl collection help bring further durability, protection, and aesthetic quality.
One aspect of this in the StrataMax collection is the use of the Urethane Plus layer. Urethane is one of the strongest materials available in the manufacturing world. It does things many people aren't aware of, including abrasion resistance.
With urethane, you also get chemical resistance, environmental resistance, impact resistance, and superior sound control. All of these make up the bulk of the resiliency you see in resilient floors from Armstrong.
Something else to note is the colors and pattern details in Armstrong sheet vinyl are dispersed through the thickness of the floor. All color pigments are insoluble when in water. They're also resistant to cleaning products, including when exposed to light.
And what about the digital printing techniques used to create the convincing look of hardwood, stone, and tile? The history of digital printing doesn't go back very far and only less than a decade.
Armstrong eventually became a leader in the technique while evolving the technology over time. In 2017, Armstrong even worked with Thomas Jefferson University in Pennsylvania to find new design talent to work with them to evolve digital floor printing.
Nowadays, Armstrong has an app called DesignVisualizer that lets you design how you want your floor to look in your home, another innovation of theirs.
Through the entire construction process, Armstrong continues their dedication to quality that only a few other flooring companies come close to matching.
What rooms work best with Armstrong sheet vinyl? At one time, sheet vinyl would be more likely relegated to a place like kitchens or bathrooms due to the robust qualities. Now you can find it in any residential room, no matter how much foot traffic is involved.
Take a look at the rooms where you can use sheet vinyl and the benefits it brings to each living space.
In a different era, a living room would be more apt to use a carpet than a hard floor. You already know Armstrong sheet vinyl is a different kind of hard floor in that it feels comfortable and warm to walk on.
Why not use sheet vinyl in your living room for something not needing half as much maintenance as a rug? Not only can you get a stylish new look for your living room, but you'll also add a more robust quality to the floor if you have kids and pets playing all day.
You also add value to your home if you ever want to put it on the market. Imagine the reactions from prospective buyers seeing the beautiful textures and colors of sheet vinyl flooring in your main living area.
Best of all, you can walk on it with your bare feet and still have the feeling of carpeting. It truly reinvents your living room from the traditional flooring you grew up with for decades.
Plus, your floor could stay in place for life, including the life of your home.
Using sheet vinyl flooring in a kitchen is overly common, yet maybe never crossing your mind due to years of using linoleum. You need a strong floor for a kitchen or face the wrath of having to replace it every five to ten years.
A kitchen is going to get a lot of foot traffic every single day, whether from your family, pets, or guests. Why not place a durable floor in there lasting a lifetime? Having to replace a kitchen floor is one of the most inconvenient things considering you have to use it every day to prepare food. Even if the replacement occurs every five years, you never want it to happen.
Armstrong's sheet vinyl offers durability, including protection against threats from water. For instance, if a leak occurs from your refrigerator, sink, or other appliance sources, you won't have to worry about moisture damage.
Diamond 10 Technology keeps the floor protected from scratches and scuffing if your kids or pets play in the kitchen for long hours when you're not home.
Best of all, you'll simply love standing on sheet vinyl flooring thanks to its soft comfort level. Standing in place to prepare meals doesn't have to feel like standing on real stone.
What kind of floor replacement are you considering in your bathroom? Maybe you need a new bathroom floor after years of water exposure and other abuse. A premium version of Armstrong sheet vinyl is one of the smartest floor choices you can make.
Sheet vinyl is perfect for a bathroom and where it often goes first in people's homes. By using Armstrong's Duality Premium edition, you can expect the floor to stay in place in your bathroom for the rest of your life.
Protection from moisture is the standout here, especially from potential water overflow from a nearby bathtub or shower. You may also experience leaks occasionally from a faulty toilet or sink.
Then you have the comfort level, making it more fun to spend time in the bathroom...presumably while grooming yourself in the mirror.
Upgrading your bathroom with a beautified floor is also worth all effort. You're bringing new value and equity to your home this way, potentially leading to a faster sale if you sell your home down the road.
Bringing more thought to the flooring in your laundry room is maybe new to you. Using Armstrong's sheet vinyl flooring here is another good idea if you've relied for years on linoleum.
The potential for moisture in a laundry room is already obvious. Leaks from your washing machine water hose or pipe are all too possible. Other water could be tracked into the area if you have a door nearby that goes outdoors or to the garage.
How much time you spend in your laundry room is also probably more than you think. Doing laundry is often a daily activity, requiring time standing in place while folding or sorting clothes. A soft floor like sheet vinyl is made for you in those scenarios.
It's equally worth noting the sound control from the urethane surface offers major benefits. When a washing machine and dryer are running at the same time, having a floor that controls sound is important for the sake of ear protection.
Then consider the aesthetic quality of sheet vinyl flooring. Guests are going to see your laundry room sooner or later. Making the floor attractive to match the rest of your house proves your attention to home value.
How many years have you used carpeting in your bedroom, only to realize it's more trouble than it's worth? Maintaining a carpet is already a hassle with continual vacuuming and often fighting dirt stains that never come out.
Placing Armstrong's sheet vinyl flooring in a bedroom can solve many of these problems without taking away the softness of the floor. Besides, sheet vinyl is one of the only hard floors still feeling as soft as a carpet, including staying warm to the touch.
Now you can get up in the middle of the night in your bare feet and not worry about your floor feeling like an ice cube. Wear resistance is also superior so you can keep treading without it looking worn after only a few years.
Adding sheet vinyl flooring in your bedroom might sound unconventional at first. Consider the amazing look you bring to your bedroom as another benefit. Bringing value to your home is always a smart move in the event you want to (or have to) sell your home eventually.
Homebuyers always look at the bedrooms as part of the appeal. Sprucing up your bedroom with sheet vinyl is a very good choice, including matching it up with other rooms in your house.
All possibility exists you'll never have to use carpeting again when you add Armstrong's sheet vinyl to your entire home. The only places you can't use it are on outdoor patios or in your garage.
It's also possible to use Armstrong's sheet vinyl in commercial locations. The Duality Premium edition is ready-made for retail stores that have the utmost traffic. For branding purposes, it's also top-tier based on the myriad colors and textures available.
You might want to also consider some of the more affordable versions of sheet vinyl if your workplace floors aren't quite so busy for long hours every day. Some office locations might be like this while offering easier maintenance for your overnight cleaning crew.
Give thought to using sheet vinyl in medical environments as well where traffic is sometimes excessive. The higher-end versions are made for places like hospitals or other chaotic environments like medical clinics.
When you simply want to make an aesthetic statement in your business, Armstrong sheet vinyl brings everything you need. Through the look of wood, stone, or tile, you set a mood and a brand while bringing comfort to employees or customers.