Vinyl Flooring

Vinyl flooring is a popular choice due to its stylish look and low maintenance. Vinyl flooring is strong, durable and waterproof which makes it perfect for floors in your bathroom, en suite or cloakroom but also suitable for other rooms in your home. Free standard UK delivery on orders over £499 at Victorian Plumbing.

With vinyl tiles you can achieve a cost effective solution to beautiful flooring in any room. Choose from bathroom vinyl flooring, kitchen vinyl flooring and much more. Our range of flooring is comfortable with its cushioned underfloor and comes in a wide variety of options to suit any interior design style.

Vinyl floor tiles are easy to fit too. For example, Intergrip vinyl flooring by Mere offers a simplistic fitting method which means you can buy your tiles and fit them in your bathroom in next to no time at all! These fast fitting vinyl flooring tiles are strong and durable, resistant to daily usage.

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When it comes to flooring options, vinyl is a versatile and resilient choice, offering a host of benefits. Whether you’re considering vinyl over other alternatives or seeking insights into its wearability and installation, this guide addresses common queries surrounding vinyl flooring.


What is vinyl flooring?

Vinyl flooring is a durable and affordable floor covering made by layering different materials together. Standard vinyl flooring has four layers: a backing layer for cushion and sound barrier, a waterproof layer, a design layer with printed visuals and a wear layer for protection. Luxury vinyl might have more layers for added sheen, comfort and stability.

Vinyl flooring is great for busy homes due to its water resistance, pet-friendliness, and easy cleaning. There's a wide range of options from wood or stone tile effect luxury vinyl to sheet vinyl with various patterns, allowing you to complete the look of any room.


Is vinyl flooring better than laminate?

Vinyl flooring and laminate both offer distinct advantages depending on your needs. Vinyl excels in moisture resistance, making it a better fit for areas prone to spills or dampness like kitchens or bathrooms. Its 100% waterproof nature prevents water damage to the core material, a drawback of traditional laminate flooring. Moreover, luxury vinyl options come with enhanced durability and can replicate the look of hardwood or stone effectively.

Laminate, while not completely waterproof, offers good water resistance and durability. It can handle moisture to a certain extent but might suffer from damage if exposed to prolonged wetness. However, laminate flooring often comes at a more budget-friendly price point compared to luxury vinyl options.

When it comes to installation, both materials offer ease, but vinyl might have a slight edge due to its ability to handle moisture better during installation. Maintenance-wise, vinyl’s waterproof nature allows for wet mopping, simplifying cleaning compared to laminate, which requires a more cautious approach around water.


Do you need underlay for vinyl flooring?

In most cases, no underlay is required for vinyl flooring installation, as vinyl inherently comes equipped with its own built-in underlayment. This integrated underlayment is part of the vinyl's design, ensuring stability and a solid foundation without the need for additional aids. This unique characteristic not only simplifies the installation process but also serves as a cost-effective advantage since there's no need to invest in a separate underlay.


Is vinyl flooring hard wearing?

Vinyl flooring is both durable and resistant to wear-and-tear, especially in high traffic areas or spaces prone to moisture exposure. Its synthetic composition provides a sturdy, resilient surface that withstands daily wear, scratches and impacts effectively. Luxury vinyl variants, in particular, come with enhanced durability, making them suitable for almost all spaces.