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Vinyl Flooring in Alabama

Vinyl Flooring in Alabama

Vinyl flooring is both beautiful and functional. It’s no longer associated with low-quality flooring and is preferred by homeowners and businesses alike.

Foote Brothers Carpet One Floor & Home in Gadsden and Anniston, AL, has one of the best vinyl flooring selections in the region. Let’s learn more about this popular, high-performer.

Why Choose A Vinyl Floor?

Living in Alabama, coping with humidity is a way of life, making it necessary to find a floor compatible with the climate. 

Vinyl flooring is stylish and ultra-durable due to its material and design. Unlike hardwood and stone, vinyl flooring has a durable synthetic construction. It resists surface scratches and scuffs, and it can manage spills.

Types of Vinyl Flooring

Vinyl flooring comes in three forms: sheet vinyl, vinyl plank, and vinyl tile.

A Reliable Hardwood Alternative

Hardwood flooring is highly coveted, but for those in more humid climates, the real thing isn’t necessarily our best option. 

Modern innovation has given us a better way. Wood-look vinyl flooring looks identical to actual hardwood, but there’s much going on beneath the surface. Made to manage humidity, moisture, and heavy-duty usage, wood-look vinyl can be used anywhere under your roof.

Wood-look vinyl captures the look of hardwood in patterns, finishes, and textures inspired by your favorite hardwood species, with both plank and tile available. Unlike real hardwood, wood-look vinyl won’t shrink or expand from heat or humidity. It’s easy to install.

Is Vinyl Flooring Waterproof?

There is a common misconception that all vinyl flooring is waterproof. As much as we would love that to be true, it isn’t. Don’t worry, though: there are plentiful waterproof vinyl flooring options!

Waterproof vinyl floors are made to withstand water from their surface all the way to their backing. Water-resistant flooring can only withstand water from the surface. Spills will eventually become absorbed if not taken care of. Going back to your subfloor not being waterproof, it is always important to clean up any water-related spills or moisture.

Install waterproof and water-resistant flooring in every room of your home, including:

Planning Your Vinyl Installation

While vinyl flooring is easier to install than other flooring types, there are steps necessary to ensure happy days are on the horizon. We can help you every step of the way: from narrowing down your favorite products to preparing for installation to ongoing care and maintenance.

Before our installation crews arrive, you’ll want to:

Our Vinyl Flooring Selection

 

We’re your local source for vinyl floors, offering all the best vinyl flooring brands. As a member of the Carpet One cooperative, we have unsurpassed buying power and low vinyl flooring prices.

 

Feel good about shopping locally with us cause we’re a small business with community values. If you’d like to know more about vinyl flooring, visit one of our showrooms in Gadsden and Anniston, AL.

 

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Caring for Vinyl Flooring

Another great selling point of vinyl flooring is that

it is very easy to care for and maintain over

time. It’s also usually simple to repair

and replace.

 

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