How to Do a Flooring Installation

Vinyl flooring comes with the beautiful appearance of hardwood floors as well as the water and stain resistance of tile. If you're interested in installing vinyl flooring, you're probably well aware of its many advantages. But the vinyl flooring installation process is not like that of either wood or tile. The good news is that the people behind The Home Depot YouTube channel have posted this helpful video demonstrating the proper way to install vinyl flooring.

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Check it out for authoritative tips on vinyl flooring installation, or read on to learn more about the advantages of this advanced flooring material. Water Resistance: Vinyl is not water permeable. This means water cannot soak into it making it resistant to stains, mold, and odors. Scratch Resistance: Vinyl is more scratch resistant than most materials. Further, should you manage to scratch it, resurfacing is fairly simple. Stain Resistance: Because vinyl is smooth, non-porous, and strong, stains have little to take hold of and no deep channels to soak into. Simple Maintenance: Caring for vinyl is easy. Most of the time a simple wipe and dry will do the trick. Versatility: Because it is an artificial material, vinyl can be printed with any pattern you like. It is also easy to fit into any space.