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Linoleum Tile

Linoleum Tile

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Linoleum, also called lino, is a floor covering made from solidified linseed oil (linoxyn), pine rosin, ground cork dust, wood flour, and mineral fillers such as calcium carbonate, most commonly on a burlap or canvas backing. Pigments are often added to the materials for the desired color finish.

Commercial-grade linoleum flooring is a high-quality commercial floor covering that comes in square tiles or rolls. All the linoleum products we sell are designed to be used in commercial settings.

When installing linoleum, those with DIY prowess don’t have to break a sweat placing this type of flooring on any existing subfloor. But if home improvement isn’t for you, it’s best to leave linoleum installation to pros.

Also Recommended: Luxury Vinyl Tile

If you’re looking for a less expensive option to traditional linoleum floor tiles, consider luxury vinyl flooring.

Pricing starts under a dollar per square foot, so if cost is your major concern, LVT is a great option. Vinyl is a resilient flooring option known for being water-resistant and durable. All our vinyl tile patterns are designed to withstand excessive moisture and everyday wear and tear.

Looking for something a bit more durable than sheet linoleum? The following flooring types might just be for you: