Standard Vinyl Flooring
All vinyl floors are made of PVC material made of synthetic materials, the PVC sheet is pressed onto the base layer, and a embossed photographic design layer is laid on it. These designs can replicate other flooring options, such as hardwood or stone, but do not increase the cost of actual materials.
Most standard vinyl tiles are very thin, about 1 mm. Depending on the quality of the bottom layer or the bottom layer, vinyl tiles can provide excellent results at a lower price. Despite its thinness, vinyl is highly durable, and be careful of sharp objects that may scratch the surface during use. In addition, the thickness of the floor tiles may cause your feet to feel hard or soft.
Vinyl tile floors come in many colors and styles, although each tile tends to show the exact pattern. If you are copying a wooden or stone floor, this repetition can give off an artificial appearance. Monochrome vinyl tiles are an excellent choice for creating a cohesive appearance.
Luxury Vinyl Tile Flooring
High-grade vinyl tiles are made on the basis of traditional vinyl, which better replicates the appearance of natural flooring materials. The luxury vinyl is about 5 mm thicker than the standard thickness, plus the embossing and weight of the thicker tiles, making the feet feel more comfortable.
Since traditional vinyl tiles are thinner, luxurious vinyl tiles are more durable due to the increased thickness. Luxurious vinyl tiles have a thick top layer that can withstand wear.
Vinyl tile flooring can be a more cost-effective option without compromising quality. Installing luxurious vinyl tiles means you will get higher durability and performance. Standard vinyl can upgrade your corridor bathroom, but JMY FLOOR luxury vinyl is the first choice for high-traffic companies.