Sheet Vinyl flooring came to prominence in the 1950's during the housing boom after World War 2. It was inexpensive to install, resisted moisture and spills, and was especially popular in kitchens and baths.
Sheet Vinyl is one of the most durable floor coverings made. It is resistant to chemicals that would ruin carpet or other forms of flooring, and is extremely water resistant. To be installed, a full spread glue is applied to the flooring substrate. The vinyl is then carefully cut and adhered to the floor. Many choose to have vinyl climb partially up the wall to achieve even better waterproofing – this method is called “cove”. We recommend having sheet vinyl installed by our in-house vinyl team at Warehouse Direct to ensure a professional and effective installation.
At Warehouse Direct Flooring, we have a large in-stock inventory of both residential and commercial sheet vinyl. Our in-stock sheet vinyl is exceptionally cost effective, especially when compared to other flooring options. We stock both modern and vintage patterns that will fit into virtually any décor. Please view our portfolio for a sampling of sheet vinyl installations we have done in the past.
Many people choose to install sheet vinyl throughout their entire home. That said, the colors, patterns, and durability make it especially stylish in a kitchen, bathroom, workshop or commercial space. Before you decide on whether or not vinyl flooring is right for you, here are some pros and cons to consider:
Vinyl flooring can be installed in places where other flooring cant. We recommend using sheet vinyl in a working environment – your kitchen, bathroom, office, or workspace. Its resistance to water and dirt, low cost, and unlimited styles make sheet vinyl a great option for flooring in any space.