Vinyl Flooring

Vinyl Sheet Flooring

Vinyl sheet is known for its versatile array of designs. Browse the selection now to find a durable and stylish vinyl sheet floor in a look to match your décor. Vinyl sheet is even available in wood, stone, ceramic, and slate visuals.


Vinyl sheet floors remain one of the most popular flooring categories. And what’s not to love? Vinyl sheet is available in a wide range of looks; it’s durable and easy to clean. Vinyl sheet also comes in either 6’ or 12’ rolls, which means you won’t have seams where you don’t want them. Vinyl sheet floors are tough and durable.

Vinyl Tile Flooring

Vinyl tile flooring is now more stylish than ever. Vinyl tile is still available in a variety of patterns and also in styles that closely resemble natural products like wood, stone, and ceramic.


Luxury Vinyl Flooring

The luxury vinyl flooring category includes Armstrong Alterna and Luxe products. Browse to see how these two product collections reflect the look of real hardwood, ceramic, and stone in a durable, affordable luxury vinyl material.


Shopping for a different kind of vinyl floor? Armstrong’s new luxury vinyl floors may be just what you’re looking for! Alterna is the luxury vinyl tile that looks like ceramic tile or stone, while Luxe Plank luxury vinyl (a “Best New Home Product” in 2010 from This Old House magazine) looks like hardwood. Armstrong’s luxury vinyl floors are made to last. Both Luxe Plank and Alterna are made up of three primary layers. The top layer is a protective wear layer that provides resistance to scratches and scuffs. This wear layer is combined with a clear film layer that adds more durability and helps protect the luxury vinyl floor against rips, tears and gouges. The second layer is the printed design layer that offer realistic ceramic, stone or wood visuals. The bottom layer is the tile backing, which adds structural strength and durability.

Laminate Flooring

Laminate flooring is highly sought after for its durability and consistent performance year after year. Unlike hardwood, laminate floors are unlikely to fade or darken from the result of direct sunlight. In addition to being more affordable, laminate flooring is also very easy to clean and requires no significant maintenance over its lifetime. Laminate flooring is available in both wood and tile designs.

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