Superior Stain Protection
Most Armstrong vinyl floors carry the CleanSweep® protective coating which offers the best stain protection. In our premium collection of vinyl floors, you can now get CleanSweep® G with Antimicrobial Protection which guards against stain and odor-causing bacteria on the surface.
Armstrong has developed four unique vinyl structures to meet specific performance and installation needs. Choose the one that’s right for your lifestyle, décor and budget.
- Duality™ offers 3D visuals along with fiberglass and ToughGuard® wear layers that provide exceptional durability and superior stain protection.
- CushionStep™ with fiberglass construction has a cushion core for added comfort underfoot.
- StrataMax has a 70% stone content in the base layer that holds the floor down and adds durability.
- Traditional Felt offers best-in-class stain protection combined with ToughGuard durability.
You’ll be delighted with your color options in vinyl flooring. Choose among a wide range of colors from white and black to varying shades of beige, red, brown, green, blue, gray and many more. Or just go with a single color for an uninterrupted visual effect. Our newest vinyl floors have improved color clarity and improved embossing (deeper grouts) for a high definition appearance.
Armstrong is the design leader in vinyl flooring. Now we’ve taken vinyl to a whole new level with 3D technology! With our exclusive MasterWorks 3D print technology, our newest vinyl floors look as real as the natural materials that inspired them. That means stones look and feel like stones and woods look and feel like real woods. Leathers, ceramics, slates, whatever the origin, these vinyl floors from Armstrong all have an incredibly natural feel you will love.
You’ll discover true-to-life textures with many of our higher end, realistic-looking floors.
Versatile vinyl sheet flooring is great for any room in the house. You can install it on any level of the home—above, on or below ground. It’s an especially good choice for high-traffic areas such as kitchens and playrooms, or wet areas such as bathrooms and laundry rooms. Vinyl sheet is not meant for stairs, but for flat, level surfaces.
Kids, Pets and Durability
Vinyl sheet is softer underfoot than other hard-surface flooring options, making it easier to stand on for long periods of time. It's also forgiving of dropped objects that might dent other types of flooring. Our resilient flooring resists scratches and stains in normal household use, so it's perfect for a busy household with children and pets.
The best warranties in the flooring industry just got even better. Armstrong now offers vinyl sheet floors with warranty options beginning at 5 years and extending to a lifetime, based on the specific product you choose. Some of our newest vinyl floors even come with a limited light commercial warranty.
Vinyl sheet is available at price points to fit any budget. Generally vinyl sheet flooring costs between $0.50 and $5.00 sq. ft. Costs can vary based on the overall thickness of the product and the thickness of the wear layer. The least costly wear layer offers basic protection while enhanced urethane is slightly more expensive, but offers greater scratch and stain protection.
Expect to pay more for better quality printing, more realistic designs and embossed textures. Embossed designs that replicate the look and feel of the natural material will cost more than a simple, non-embossed design.
Generally, vinyl sheet installation costs are more economical than other floor categories, between $0.75 and $2.00 sq/ft. Costs can vary based on geography (labor rates) as well as subfloor preparation needs.
Floor Removal Cost
Don’t forget to factor-in the cost of getting rid of your old floor. Depending upon where you live, the floor you are removing and your installer, budget around $2.00 per square foot to have it removed and hauled away.
The installation options available will vary based on the construction of the vinyl flooring you choose. There are three types of installation methods for our new vinyl sheet flooring products:
- Modified loose lay (where the vinyl is cut in place and held down in heavy traffic areas with double-sided tape)
- Glue-down with releasable adhesive
- Glue-down with permanent adhesive
Whatever type of vinyl flooring you choose, we highly recommend professional installation using an Armstrong Certified Installer.
Vinyl sheet can install over almost any existing floor type, provided it is smooth, flat and dry. If you are thinking about a DIY vinyl sheet installation, read the installation instructions carefully before beginning and know that vinyl is bulky, heavy and awkward to work with and cutting it perfectly to the size for your room can be difficult for even the most experienced DIYer.
Armstrong Certified Installers
No one provides more depth and breadth of knowledge and installation experience with our products than an Armstrong Certified Installer. We recommend that you speak with your retailer to find an Armstrong Certified Installer to provide you with an accurate installed cost estimate.