Resilient flooring, sometimes called vinyl flooring, is a flooring created from carefully selected natural and synthetic materials. Today`s resilient flooring is a highly engineered combination of polymer materials. Polymers are large molecules composed of repeating structural units, which allow for increased strength and durability for the lifetime of the product. This product construction has changed over the years, just as products in other industries have incorporated new and better technology, resilient flooring has as well.
Resilient products are available in a wide variety of sizes and thicknesses, and depending on the thickness of the plank or tile and the wear surface thickness and technology, It can be used in residential, light commercial and even full commercial applications.
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Rubber flooring has it all. Universally embraced for its practical beauty and a rare balance of function with aesthetics, safety with efficiency, and short term costs with lifetime return. Rubber is naturally slip resistant and shock absorbent. Easy to maintain and durable enough to perform for decades, rubber is available in a rich array of colors, patterns and textures.
First developed in 1899, linoleum is usually made from a high percentage of natural raw materials and is treated with surface protection for extreme durability, easy cleaning and cost-effective maintenance.
Luxury vinyl planks and tiles offer complete design freedom with endless layout possibilities across a broad range of patterns, colorways, quality levels and installation formats. Modular in design and durable in construction, vinyl flooring withstands heavy traffic and is easy to maintain with extra resistance to scuffs, scratches and stains.