Linoleum Flooring

Linoleum is an extremely popular flooring preference due to its affordability and the wide ranges of styles and patterns which are offered. Additionally, linoleum is among the most natural types of flooring due to its raw components such linseed oil, recycled wood flour and cork dust. Such materials make this type of floor biodegradable and anti-bacterial.

While linoleum is not quite as popular in private residents as other types of flooring, it is a common choice for commercial buildings and offices. Due to the variety of colors and styles ranging from sophisticated marbled to contemporary flecked, linoleum is versatile enough to be used with any decorating style.

Aside from its diversity in style, linoleum is also very durable. Our finest “inlaid” linoleum is constructed by joining and inlaying solid pieces of linoleum. Because of this, it is extremely hard-wearing and holds up very well under a significant amount of foot traffic. While some of the cheaper linoleum patterns from other companies are still of good quality, they are often printed on thinner layers and are prone to more wear and tear.

It is important to also note that while linoleum flooring is great for large areas, is not meant for stairs or bathrooms.

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Reasons to Choose Linoleum Flooring

• Linoleum is highly resistant to gouging and scratching and stands up under heavy traffic. When linoleumdoes become scratched, the color and pattern will remain the same.
• Linoleum can last more than 40 years if installed and maintained properly. Linoleum is soft underfoot, making it easy to stand on for long periods of time.
• Linoleum comes in a wide selection of colors and pattern ranging from traditional to contemporary and modern.
Linoleum Floor Care and Maintenance :
By cleaning your linoleum with pH neutral cleaners (ex. Fabuloso), it will stay looking beautiful for years to come.