This is a short introduction to the convenience and versatility of new and innovative floor laying operations designed to make your home and/or commercial life a lot more convenient and pleasurable. In line with the well used online consumer practice, the introduction provides you with an opportunity to indulge in a small compare and contrast exercise of your own. It is all for a good cause. The good cause is to see you creating a lot more versatility, convenience and pleasure in your home or business life.
This introduction introduces you to two handy floor surface applications, namely; the vinyl floor and the linoleum floor. The compare and contrast exercise is merely pointing the differences in materials applied to these two surfaces. Versatility is created in the home or workplace by being able to apply a different color, style or texture to each room, whether you are going to be using vinyl or linoleum. Convenience is created because surfaces should generally be quite easy to clean and maintain.
Pleasure is created because whether you choose vinyl or linoleum, you can indulge your aesthetic senses with the above said different colors, styles and textures. Vinyl floor materials are made up with a form of plastic known as polyvinyl chloride (PVC) while linoleum, you will find, is made up mostly of cork, wood and linseed oils.
But it is vinyl that has been proved to be the most durable surface to use. Its materials are hard wearing, last long and are extremely resistant to troublesome stains and water. It is resistant to damage caused by impact or abrasion. And vinyl floor surfaces, it should go without saying by now, are much easier to clean and maintain.