Benefits of Linoleum Flooring
Here’s what you need to know about linoleum flooring
A common misconception that many people have is that vinyl and linoleum are one in the same. The truth is that linoleum is a completely different material from vinyl altogether. While linoleum is a popular choice for flooring, manufacturers have used linoleum for many applications for the past 150 years. Linoleum is actually composed of natural materials, such as linseed oil, ground-up stone, and wood or cord powder. Linoleum is recyclable and can be purchased partially-recycled.
If you're thinking about having linoleum flooring installed in your office or home, here are some of the many benefits of this flooring.
One major advantage of linoleum flooring is the aesthetics. Linoleum flooring is available in a number of styles, patterns, and colors to suit any form of décor. If you want a retro look, there are vintage options available when it comes to linoleum flooring. Since linoleum is easy to cut, you can combine many patterns and colors for your linoleum flooring to create a unique look.
While linoleum flooring is recyclable, it is one of the most durable flooring options you can choose. In fact, linoleum flooring can last up to four decades with regular usage. If you want flooring that will be able to withstand high traffic without much signs of wear and tear, you should choose linoleum flooring. Unsurprisingly, linoleum flooring is incredibly popular among homeowners with young children and pets.
Not only is linoleum flooring easy to clean, but it is also durable. Linoleum floors are not susceptible to water and other forms of liquids. Therefore, linoleum is a good choice for bathrooms, laundry rooms, and kitchens. Linoleum is almost maintenance-free and it is incredibly easy to clean.
Green Flooring Option
The natural composition of linoleum flooring makes it biodegradable and anti-bacterial. If you ever need to replace your linoleum flooring, it can be recycled naturally without any issues.
Even though linoleum flooring can last up to four decades, it is incredibly affordable. Most likely, linoleum flooring will be less expensive than other flooring options that you may be thinking about.
All linoleum flooring has protective layers to ward against dirt, scuffs, and scratches. This protection layer is the main reason linoleum flooring tends to last a long time.
For more information about linoleum flooring, don't hesitate to call us at 623-349-4859 or contact us here.