Ask us to review with you the manufacturer’s warranty and performance characteristics
of the products that are available.
Usually, extended warranties are available with upgraded products, giving you added
confidence that your floor will stand up to your active household.
Here’s the line on seams.
Since vinyl comes in 6’ and 12’ widths, seaming may be necessary depending
on the area to be covered.
Certain patterns will hide seams better. For example, tile patterns with grout lines
are better able to mask seams.
Additionally, seam sealers may be visible in contrast with different vinyl textures
Be aware that it is your responsibility to maintain caulking in heavy water use
Get on top of the bottom line. Know the entire cost of ownership.
The “cost per square foot” of your vinyl floor is just one component
of the entire project cost. To ensure there are no surprises, and the vinyl you
select fits within your overall project budget, be sure to ask us to calculate the
total cost of your floor covering project.
Here’s a list of potential additional expenses you may incur:
- Furniture removal/replacement.
- Demolition/disposal of old floor covering. Depending on the existing floor covering,
this can be an expensive item; also, be sure to include the cost to dispose of the
old floor covering.
- Subfloor preparation. Depending on the condition of the subfloor, it may require
- Product delivery.
- Vinyl installation. Determine the cost per square foot to install it.
- Materials required to complete the installation. Your new vinyl floor may require
additional materials to install it properly.
Vinyl is one of America’s favorite floors, due to its unbeatable offering
of design choices, durability and value. With the added knowledge from this section
we hope we’ve made it a popular possibility for your home.