Stone and ceramic tile flooring create a striking aesthetic, and so it can be a popular choice for high-end office lobbies or reception areas, as well as in spaces you conventionally expect to be tiled, such as bathrooms and kitchens. But in modern commercial environments, are hard stone or ceramic tiles the best - and safest - option?
Vinyl plank flooring is increasingly popular in commercial installations thanks to its durability and simple maintenance schedule. In addition, it mimics the look of natural wood flooring, without the high budget or complex installation requirements.
If you're specifying vinyl plank flooring on an upcoming project, it's important to consider both your client's aesthetic and practical requirements. To help you identify vinyl plank flooring best suited to your client's needs, we're sharing the three most important factors to consider when selecting vinyl flooring for an office environment.
Some types of hard flooring are known for being difficult to clean and maintain. Fortunately, this isn't the case for luxury vinyl tile (LVT), a resilient flooring that is much easier to clean than vinyl composite tile (VCT) or even natural hard flooring. Today we're sharing exactly how to clean LVT with top tips for removing dried-on dirt and potential stains.
Purchasing new flooring for your organization is a difficult task; as well as juggling all of your organization’s practical needs, you want to be sure that the flooring you purchase is durable, and that it will keep on looking great for years to come.
Luxury Vinyl Tile (LVT) is the fastest-growing type of flooring worldwide. Today I’m looking at what LVT is, and sharing the pros and cons of this increasingly popular type of flooring, to help you understand whether LVT is a good fit for your next flooring installation.
Luxury Vinyl Tiles (LVT) are ever-increasing in popularity; in fact, LVT is the fastest growing type of flooring worldwide.
However, it is often confused with Vinyl Composite Tile (VCT) and laminate flooring, which means there are lots of common misconceptions about how Luxury Vinyl Tiles should be maintained. Improper maintenance can have a significant impact on how long your Luxury Vinyl flooring lasts, and can dramatically increase the total cost of ownership.
So today I’m sharing the most effective maintenance schedule for your new Luxury Vinyl Tiles, to keep them looking their best for longest.
Looking at Luxury Vinyl Tile (LVT) flooring samples, you can find a dozen oak-look designs at different price points – so how do you work out which option is the best fit for your needs?
After installing LVT flooring in your space, it can be difficult to know whether it will last as little as three years, or as long as twenty. So today, I’m looking at the two main factors you need to consider to ensure your LTV looks as good as new for the years -- or even decades -- to come.
Different flooring manufacturers use different processes in manufacturing their luxury vinyl flooring. Some manufacturers prioritize using a high proportion of post-consumer recycled content in their flooring tiles, and others prioritize the durability that comes with using only 100% virgin vinyl.
But how does the content of your luxury vinyl tiles (LVT) affect the health of you and everyone that uses your organization’s facilities? Today I’m looking at the health and environmental impact your LVT can have.
Luxury Vinyl Tile is the fastest growing type of flooring worldwide, but it is often confused with laminate or other types of hard flooring.
Today I’m looking at what LVT is and how it’s made, as well as clarifying some common misconceptions about luxury vinyl tiles, to help you understand whether LVT is a good fit for your next flooring project.