Modern Vinyl Flooring: Its origin, use & benefits!
How different is the new vinyl flooring from the older version!
Understanding Vinyl flooring
Vinyl is a kind of plastic; a man-made material that is made out from ethylene. Ethylene is obtained from crude oil, and chlorine, which is found in salt. Vinyl is mostly used in flooring – both in the sheet and tile structure. It is perfect for retail and marketable heavy traffic areas due to its resilience and hard-wearing. Also, it is quite easy to maintain it and keep clean, because of which it is used in medical facilities, and in housing kitchens and bathrooms.
It was first introduced in 1933, but given the impact of the war, its wide use was visible after the 40s. The use of it expanded in the 50s and 60s owing to its cost efficiency, ease of setting up and cleaning. However, things changed in the recent years with vinyl flooring concept being termed as old fashioned and outdated.
Modern vinyl flooring
The modern version of it has come of age from being the glossy plastic looking and effortlessly damaged floors. Today it has improvised a lot and comes with greater longevity. The flooring type is presently available in a wide range of colours and patterns. It can even be created as per customer s’ needs and requirements.
The product is being used to make natural looking stones, tile floors and woods offering the pleasant visuals, but with the additional tenderness and cost benefits. As far as resilience is concerned, the modern version has been created to be tremendously enduring and robust, defend against moisture and resist stains and scuffs.
It is available in a broad range of colours and designs. It can be easily recycled and the processing uses less natural resources.
Comes with lesser price and is easy to maintain.