Resilient Flooring Overview
Resilient tile is also called vinyl flooring, which is made from natural and synthetic polymers.
There are numerous advantages to the use of Resilient flooring, as it is proven to provide a durable, versatile, and price efficient option for many projects.
Elevation Flooring has delivered on Resilient Flooring projects and is available to discuss your next project to find out the right option for you.
Sheet flooring is a continuous sheet of polymer with a protective outer layer. It also usually has a digitally printed image layer, and an internal felt later.
Vinyl Composition Tile (VCT) is made with limestone, thermoplastics, then filler materials and color. It is generally fused into solid sheets and delivered as tile.
Luxury Vinyl Tile (LVT) uses a base of limestone mixed with other composites. It can have a digital graphic layer on a film, sealed under an outer layer.
Benefits & Applications
Resilient flooring can be used for a variety of commercial applications. Combined with durability and price efficiency, it is no wonder is is becoming an increasingly popular choice.
Resilient options can provide an easier cleaning experience for sanitation considerations.
It can be used throughout hospitality or office environments as well as in education and healthcare to reduce maintenance costs.
If you have any questions about Resilient Flooring options, feel free to contact our team.
We would be happy to explain any Elevation Flooring products in more detail. From initial pricing to design, use, and maintenance considerations, we'll work with you to find the right solution.