Vinyl remains a popular choice for commercial spaces for its durability. Vinyl is also a good option for residential kitchens and bathrooms.There are a variety of choices in style from the look of natural stone, wood grain to dynamic geometrics. Vinyl can also be an economical flooring choice. Vinyl can withstand heavy family traffic and resists stains. (S=Sheet, T=Tile, P=Plank)


RESIDENTIAL
Armstrong (S; T; P)
Mannington (S)
Mannington Adura (T; P)
Congoleum (S)
DuraCeramic by Congoleum (T; P)
Tarkett (S)
Tarkett’s Fiber Floor (S)
IVC’s Flexitech (S)
Shaw (S; T; P)
Permastone (T)
Metroflor (T; P)
Earthworks (T; P)
Karndean (T; P)
Centiva (T; P)
Amtico (T; P)
Spacia (T; P)
Parterre (T; P)
Konecto (T; P)
Lonseal (S)
Azrock (T; P)


COMMERCIAL
Parterre (T; P)
Metroflor (T; P)
Azrock (T; P)
Lonseal (S)
Armstrong (S; T; P)
Mannington (S)
Mannington Adura (T; P)
Congoleum (S)
Shaw (S; T; P)
Earthworks (T; P)
Karndean (T; P)
Centiva (T; P)
Amtico (T; P)
Spacia (T; P)
Konecto (T; P)
Altro (S; T; P)
Toli (S; T; P)
Allstate (S; T; P)