May 18, 2007, Newsletter Issue #65: Vinyl Flooring Rolls or Tiles?

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There are two main choices when it comes to vinyl flooring for your home or office. You can either go with rolled vinyl flooring or vinyl tile. Here is a quick comparison of the two to help you make your choice. Vinyl flooring that is rolled is a great solution. Its ease of installation is second to none as most is self-adhesive and can be cut to corners with ease. One of the main disadvantages to rolled vinyl flooring, however, is the fact that if a small area is damaged, the entire section of roll must come up to properly repairs it. For rolled vinyl flooring, you have a choice between ease of installation, and difficulty in repair. Vinyl tile is slightly different. Also self-adhesive, installing vinyl tile is only slightly more difficult die to the fact that you must set individual tiles rather than a large roll. However, it is because of the individual tiles that vinyl tile flooring is far easier to repair. If a single tile gets damaged, you need only to remove and replace that tile, rather than an entire section of the floor. For vinyl tile flooring, you have a choice between a slightly harder install, and a far easier repair. Check with your local or online supplier of vinyl flooring for more information on the benefits of vinyl flooring in tiles and rolls.

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