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When your new flooring should be sheet vinyl

When some people hear the term sheet vinyl, they often think about linoleum and consider them to be very similar products. However, linoleum is a natural material, while this product is synthetic and offers a few more benefits that can really come in handy for many homeowners. For instance, it's a bit more durable, is very resilient, and works in any room. In fact, it's probably a material that can easily meet all of your current requirements for new flooring with ease. Let's find out if that's true.

Carpet Masters serves the Savannah, Cameron, and Atchison communities with a large selection of high-quality flooring materials and professional services. We are completely dedicated to the complete satisfaction of our customers and go above and beyond to make sure you're satisfied with your flooring choice. We also offer design and remodeling assistance as well as a professional, licensed and insured installation team that bring your flooring dreams to reality in no time. We invite you to visit us at our Saint Joseph, Missouri showroom location where we'll take the time to get to know you, your flooring needs, and help you find exactly what you're looking for in a floor covering. Be sure to stop by at your convenience.

Sheet vinyl flooring comes with loads of benefits

If you've never experienced resilient sheet vinyl flooring in your home, you owe it to yourself to find out if its many benefits will fit in with your own needs and preferences. If you're looking for a wonderful appearance, you'll have plenty to choose from in this material. From the look of all natural materials like stone, tile, and wood, to various colors, patterns, and designs, it's a perfect fit for a large variety of interior designs. You can even choose to highlight certain spaces or add a protective feature, by placing a few area rugs as well.

In an average sized room, one solid piece of sheet vinyl can easily cover the whole room. The best benefit in wall to wall vinyl is the amount of water resistance you'll gain. With no seams for moisture, humidity, spills, or dampness to permeate, there's no way for your floors to take on water damage. This makes it a perfect flooring for laundry rooms, bathrooms, foyers, kitchens, and mudrooms, for great looks, durability, and protection, all rolled into one perfect floor covering.

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