When you think of Pvc vinyl flooring, you probably think of the patterned, plasticky, slick surface that covered just about every kitchen and bathroom in America for the second half of the 20th century. In fact, you can probably remember exactly how it felt to slide around on it in your socks, how it felt cold on your feet when you stepped out of the shower, and even how your shoes squealed on it when you forgot to wipe your feet at the door.
That nostalgia-packed vinyl sheet flooring of yesteryear definitely isn’t as popular as it used to be. But Pvc vinyl flooring as a whole has never been more sophisticated or more beloved.
In fact, with endless variations of vinyl plank and vinyl tile on the market, there’s never been a wider and more versatile selection of Pvc vinyl flooring to choose from. Below, we’ll discuss all your vinyl flooring options: the differences between them, their advantages, disadvantages, underlayment considerations, installation methods, costs, and more. And when you’re ready to choose the best Pvc vinyl flooring for you, we’ll help you with that too