Eco-Resilient flooring has a relatively simple installation process. Compared to conventional Vinyl flooring, Eco-resilient flooring does not require the under-laying process during installation. The flooring will follow the contours of the sub-floor, hence, making the installation process much easier and convenient.
Besides that, there is also no varnishing required after Eco-resilient flooring is installed. The quality of the appearance will remain good over the years, making it a cost-efficient flooring in the long run. It is also not necessary to install skirting with Eco-resilient flooring. But of course, skirting can still be added on to beautify the home.
So where are the best places to install Eco-resilient flooring?
High slip resistance keeps the family safe from slipping, and high scratch resistance allows the quality of the flooring to be kept good overtime. Providing good air quality also helps if the flooring is installed in areas where the family spends most of their time in.
Eco-resilient flooring is made up of rubber and PVC, hence making it a waterproof flooring. It is a great advantage as this allows the flooring to be installed in kitchens and the drier part of the bathroom, where they tend to be wet and moist.
Offices can also install Eco-resilient flooring in the work spaces, as well as pantries. Eco-resilient flooring is also reusable, which means that the flooring can be removed and installed if the office relocates. This helps to save cost too!
Eco-resilient flooring has a lifetime warranty for residential usage and 30 years’ warranty for commercial usage. Being generous with such long term of warranty shows that the product is durable and is resistant to heavy walk-in traffic. Hence, it is suitable for installation in places like shopping malls, or commercial places where there are many people passing through daily.
Eco-resilient flooring can be installed in many places. However, do note that it is not advisable to install eco-resilient flooring where the flooring is exposed to direct sunlight, like balconies and outdoors, as the flooring may fade in colour over time. Other than that, Eco-resilient flooring, being eco-friendly, is the way to go!