When it comes to your home it can be difficult to decide between the vast array of flooring available. It can be so easy to get bogged down with the different designs that you could easily end up settling. Settling for something that looks good to the eye and is affordable or within your budget. But many make the mistake of forgetting about the functionality of it and what would suit your home the best. It is important to ensure that you choose the right type of flooring for any particular room. Choose flooring that will last, is strong and durable and is the best quality. Otherwise you may find yourself replacing it a lot quicker than you wanted or expected.
Let’s be totally honest for a moment, do you really know the difference between the vinyl and laminate flooring? Have you ever even thought about it the differences between flooring? I know I didn’t, even when I first got my house. All I wanted was what looked the best and would fit in with the designs I had in mind. To be honest I didn’t really give much thought into what was actually more practical. Unfortunately I found out the hard way. There is a difference and it can be a disaster if you don’t do your homework.
Five differences between Vinyl and Laminate Flooring
So what are the differences between Vinyl and laminate? Well I am glad you asked, because there are several differences in quality between the two flooring types. CSW has put together an in-depth article of the differences and I implore you to check it out especially if you’re a novice like me. In the mean time here are main five differences between vinyl and laminate flooring. Hopefully these ideas will to help you chose which the best is for you;
A cost-effective alternative to hardwood flooring.
Waterproof or water-resistant – this makes it great flooring for bathroom, basements and washroom. Sticks to the floor underneath – vinyl is good in that you can literally glue it onto the floor underneath. It is