Vinyl & Laminate Flooring

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A CLEAN BREAK FROM DIRT

COMMERCIAL VINYL FLOORING

Commercial vinyl flooring is a durable flooring material made from a combination of natural and synthetic polymer materials. It is used in vinyl composition tile (VCT), luxury vinyl tile (LVT), and luxury vinyl planks (LVP).

Differentiated by maintenance requirements, cost-benefit pricing and design versatility, all three are well-suited for high-traffic commercial floors, but it’s important to note that each type demands a different cleaning methodology to avoid the flooring appearing dull and dingy.

VINYL COMPOSITION TILE (VCT)

VINYL COMPOSITION TILE (VCT) is made of a porous mixture of natural limestone, filler materials, thermoplastic binder and color pigments.

This is a high-maintenance product that requires regular stripping, waxing and polishing to maintain its fresh, clean finish. If vinyl composition tile (VCT) has dulled, most likely this is because it was not maintained properly.

LUXURY VINYL TILE (LVT)

Luxury Vinyl Tile (LVT) flooring is designed to recreate authentic stone tiles such as slate, marble, limestone, quartz and ceramic.

Found everywhere from airports and hotel lobbies to schools, hospitals and more, LVT is tough enough to withstand busy traffic areas. It’s also resistant to scratches, dents and stains yet flexible enough to be comfortable underfoot and prevent cracking or chipping.

 

LUXURY VINYL PLANK (LVP)

Meticulously designed to look like hardwood, Luxury Vinyl Plank (LVP) is built to endure and comes in individual pieces of 100 percent synthetic vinyl (not sheet vinyl) that looks like planks of hardwood.

LAMINATE FLOORING

Laminate flooring is a hybrid synthetic floor covering made from particleboard wood. Though similar in look to LVP, its unique properties mean it does not clean like vinyl flooring, ceramic tile, or stone.

 

CLEANING

No matter which vinyl flooring, we only use neutral cleansers to preserve their brilliance as soapy or abrasives cleansers damage the surface and attract dirt. In some cases (laminate), wax or polish or even too much water can do damage.

Whatever your vinyl cleaning needs, from offices to lobbies, our cleaning team is well-versed in the maintenance and care of your flooring.