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Hassle-free, functional, easy-to-clean and affordable; what is there not to love about vinyl flooring? It is perfect for many different applications, suitable for use within a busy home and ideal for heavy-footfall spaces within the healthcare, education, sport, retail, industrial, business, and hospitality sector – to name just a few! Vinyl and lino flooring is available in a variety of different realistic finishes and, with regards to colour and pattern, the possibilities are practically endless. It is a fantastic alternative to solid wood or tiled flooring and it comes at a small fraction of the price.

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Fuss-Free Vinyl Flooring at a Fraction of the Price

Here at WJD Flooring, we love the idea of flooring that is incredibly low-maintenance and durable, yet stylish; which is why, as part of our products range, we offer an extensive collection of both quality vinyl flooring and linoleum flooring. This collection is consistently updated with the latest styles and it features some of the leading vinyl flooring providers in the industry, including:

Forbo Vinyl and Lino – a global provider of vinyl flooring and linoleum flooring that is sustainable, durable, eco-friendly, and of the highest possible quality.

Gerflor – a company that is recognised as a specialist and world leader, offering a range of decorative and sustainable vinyl flooring solutions that are environmentally responsible.

Polyflor – a quality-drive and customer-focused organisation, fully committed to reducing their environmental impact and offering a range of sophisticated and high-performance vinyl flooring.

Tarkett Vinyl and Lino  – a brand that prides itself on supplying the highest quality vinyl and lino flooring, with an amazing range of colours and patterns to choose from and a variety of easy installation options.

Altro – a name which, over the last 100 years, has become synonymous with quality. Their range of vinyl and linoleum flooring combines contemporary style with optimum levels of functionality.

Whether you’re giving your kitchen or bathroom a modern make-over or renovating your company’s busy reception area, vinyl flooring is a fantastic option – built to last, easy to maintain, and designed to have a stylish and realistic finish. So why not browse through our full collection today and feel free to get in touch on 01744 885514 for more information on any of our vinyl flooring products.

Vinyl FAQs

Vinyl sheets are somewhat easier and quicker to install than vinyl tiles. You can usually lay vinyl in one seamless piece, rather than several strips.

As a general rule of thumb, before you attempt to install vinyl flooring, you’ll need to keep it in the room where it will be laid for at least 48 hours. This is to bring it up to room temperature.

To prevent the vinyl from becoming brittle in cold weather, you may consider turning your central heating on (just until the room gets warmer).

For more tips on how to fit vinyl flooring, contact the specialists at WJD Flooring today.

First things first, you need to inspect the existing floor for bumps and irregularities, as these will cause serious issues further down the line.

You can then make a start by removing any soft or floating floor coverings. Hard coverings, such as tiles, can remain in place unless they’re uneven.

After you’ve pulled up the old flooring, you need to sweep or hoover the subfloor to remove any dirt and debris. This will ensure a neat finish for your vinyl sheets.

Choosing a suitable underlay to accompany your vinyl flooring is a smart move. Not only will it ensure your new flooring looks great but it’ll also impact the overall quality and comfort provided.

Of course, the best underlay for you will depend on the type of vinyl you choose, the room you’ll install it, and your budget. However, a higher quality product typically requires a high-quality underlay to ensure maximum comfort and longevity.

If you’d like to know more about our vinyl flooring options, or for help choosing the right underlay for your new flooring, don’t hesitate to get in touch with us on 01744 88 55 14.

Absolutely – you can use virtually any piece of cleaning equipment on vinyl floors, apart from a steam cleaner.

You only need a brush or broom to sweep it regularly. Alternatively, you could use your hoover to quickly pick up any dirt and debris.

If you spill anything on your vinyl flooring, don’t panic. You can mop up spillages using lukewarm water and a cloth. For a more effective clean, use a special vinyl cleansing agent and mop.

Taking time to maintain your vinyl flooring will ultimately prolong its lifespan. This means you won’t need to replace it as frequently and you can save yourself some money.

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