Sheet Vinyl Flooring

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Discover some of the best and most unique sheet vinyl options available. These commercial-grade vinyl flooring rolls are offered in a wide variety of textures and patterns, including luxury vinyl with the look of wood planks. From modern to retro and everything in between, you're bound to find sheet vinyl to fit your needs.

With our sheet vinyl flooring options, you can select from a wide range of textures, patterns, colors, and coverage sizes. These are commercial-grade flooring options, but they will work for an installation at a business too.

We only offer the best sheet vinyl flooring, which means customers receive long warranty periods. These floors will continue to look great, even years after the original installation, by deploying the proper maintenance measures.

Size and Shape Options

Typically, you will find sheet vinyl flooring in a rolled format. This means you will need the ability to move a large roll into place, which makes vinyl rolls a rare option for installation in a home - where vinyl plank and luxury vinyl tile options are more common.

Rolls represent the most cost-effective way to deliver this type of flooring. Additionally, because vinyl is popular for installation in large spaces, the use of rolls allows for coverage of a large area quickly.

Although roll sizes may differ, a common coverage for a roll of vinyl will be 6 feet wide by 60 feet long. Some rolls may be slightly narrower at around 4 or 5 feet.

Occasionally, you will find some vinyl rolls that are longer than average, perhaps as long as 130 feet. Rolls with an attached padding layer are usually shorter, maybe around 30 feet in length, so be prepared to order more rolls to cover the same sq. ft. coverage as a non-padded roll.

We sometimes offer shorter lengths and widths through custom orders.

Material Options

Sheet vinyl flooring often only consists of a thin layer of vinyl. This layer typically will measure between 1.5 and 3 mm in thickness (about 0.06 to 0.12 inches).

Despite being thin, vinyl is very durable, with a wear layer that is scratch-resistant and resistant to punctures and gouges.

A few of these rolls of vinyl will contain an attached layer of padding on the back side of the roll. This padded layer may consist of foam or rubber, and it will be a thin layer to maintain the thin design of the vinyl roll.

A roll of vinyl with a padded layer may measure about 5 to 10 mm in thickness (about 0.2 to 0.39 inches).

Pattern and Texture Options

One of the best aspects of sheet vinyl flooring is the ability to add almost any color, pattern, or texture to the surface.

Some vinyl rolls will have a faux wood grain pattern on a laminate-style top, allowing them to resemble a wood-look plank finish. Some will have a checkerboard pattern, resembling a vintage floor from a diner or farmhouse kitchen.

Solid color options are also available. White or black are common colors for dance stage floors, but almost any color is available for whatever use case you are planning.

Available textures vary significantly, too. Floors with a leather grain texture pattern, diamond plate, or coin top pattern are available to provide a sure footing.

If you're looking for a stone look, there are those options as well.

What Is Vinyl Flooring Used For?

Vinyl flooring is highly versatile, meaning it will work in many different settings.

Retail buildings may use vinyl floors in high-traffic areas because of their durability to resist scuffs and the ease of cleaning they offer with a water- and stain-resistant material.

Churches and schools that may need to use a space as a gymnasium one day and as a lunch room the next will appreciate the look and versatility of wood grain vinyl rolls.

Commercial customers will install our rolls of vinyl with a textured surface pattern in areas where traction is important.

Dance studios and performance theaters may select rolls of vinyl to install on the stage. This gives performers a safe surface for dancing while also allowing for the use of different colors in the flooring to match the mood of the performance.

How to Install Vinyl Flooring

Customers have a few different options for installing our sheet vinyl flooring.

For a permanent glue-down installation option, you will want to use an adhesive that specifically matches the brand and model of vinyl in use. Because this can be a messy process, some people will choose to hire a professional for the work.

Should you be laying out strips of vinyl side by side to cover a wide space, you may need to weld the strips together to ensure a secure layout. Depending on the model of vinyl in use, the welding can occur as a chemical weld or a heat weld.

With flooring made for a stage installation, it's commonly a DIY installation where you probably will roll up and store the vinyl after the performance, using a tape-down installation. Use vinyl tape that matches the type of vinyl floor in use.

In any case, a firm, level subfloor will provide the best results in the installation process, as the thin material of the flooring will often still reveal imperfections in the flooring below when there is an elevation change, such as a gap between hardwood flooring planks or a crack or heave in concrete.

Sheet vinyl used as a protective gym floor covering is generally a loose-lay style of installation.

Cleaning and Maintenance Requirements

Vinyl flooring materials create an easy type of flooring to clean and maintain. It’s also highly durable, as some types of vinyl offer 10-year or longer warranty periods.

Like LVT and LVP flooring, to clean rolls of vinyl, start by removing dust and small particles of dirt. A microfiber dust mop should be able to remove these materials successfully.

For a more thorough cleaning, customers can run a wet mop over the surface of the vinyl and allow it to air dry. A diluted, neutral-pH cleaner is the best solution to clean vinyl floors.

The majority of vinyl roll manufacturers recommend placing a catch mat at the edge of the vinyl roll to pull dust and dirt from the shoes of people before they walk on the vinyl.