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Hardwood Flooring :

Hardwood floors are environmentally friendly as well. Wood is a natural resource that is both renewable and recyclable. Most hardwood floors almost never need to be replaced and can add thousands of dollars to the value of a home. Hardwood floors offer an incredible array of aesthetic options too. Despite their striking elegance, these luxurious floors possess the superb hardness and durability inherent in the species. From the kind of wood to the finish to the design of the floor pattern, hardwood floors will suit almost any taste and circumstance.

Vinyl Sheet Flooring :

Vinyl is a multi-layered form of flooring, with a protective top layer usually made of urethane, a protective clear vinyl layer, followed by the printed vinyl design layer and then finally the backing. Vinyl sheet's popularity stems largely from its adaptability for use in any part of the home, from high traffic areas such as hallways and family rooms to wet areas such as kitchens and bathrooms. It is also a popular choice for laundries and basements.

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Linoleum Flooring :

It looks like vinyl flooring, but it isn't. In fact, if environmentally friendly flooring is an interest of yours, you might like linoleum. As the name implies, linoleum is made of linseed oil--along with wood flour, tree resins, cork dust, a touch of ground limestone, and pigments for color. Okay, so we should say environmentally friendlier. It's pressed onto a jute base. The name is a concoction of the "lin" from linseed and "oleum" from oil. Linoleum wears incredibly well. It's also a little bit softer to walk on than ceramic tile, but about the same as vinyl tiling. Linoleum Floors offer more vibrant colors.

Luxury Vinyl Tile Flooring :

Vinyl floor tiles are, hands down, the fastest and easiest way to spruce up an existing floor or lay a new floor. The newest generation of luxury vinyl tile, vinyl plank flooring, and vinyl sheet flooring is as durable and attractive as any other flooring material on the market. And because they remain some of the easiest flooring materials to install, luxury vinyl tile and other vinyl flooring products are high in demand. New vinyl flooring mimics any of a number of other flooring materials and does it so well that most people can't tell the difference between it and the real thing. Vinyl flooring can be purchased to look like hardwoods, stone, ceramic tile, metal flooring, bamboo, marble, and even inlayed hardwood medallions and borders.

Vinyl Composition Tile Flooring :

As would be expected, vinyl tile shares many of the same properties as vinyl sheet. It is identical in construction except that it often comes with a ready peel-and-stick adhesive backing which is ideal for DIY installations. In addition, the module tile format gives you even more flexibility in design options, allowing you to use different colors in a combination of different tiles to create checkerboard looks and other visual effects. It offers all the same benefits of durability and versatility, stain-resistance and water-proofing, as well as the multitude of colors and designs and simulations of other flooring materials.

Laminate Flooring :

Laminate Flooring has a remarkable collection of styles and colors to complement any room.  With the ease and durability of laminate and the style of traditional hardwood, slate, stone or ceramic laminate flooring is an effortless choice for realistic and stylish flooring. It looks like hardwood but it's not. Yet it's not vinyl tiling and it's not engineered flooring. Beautiful floors build the foundation for beautiful rooms and Laminate Flooring product l can be that foundation to any room.  Laminate flooring is a hybrid. The layered construction of laminate flooring makes it cheaper as compared to Hardwood flooring.

There is a thin layer of laminated flooring on top of your sub-floor usually made of aluminum oxide that makes the flooring resistant to Scratches, chippings, burns, dents and any other kind of wear and tear. Thus laminate floor care is not a hassle. And even the floor repair is not an issue since it is so easy to install and can be cleaned with usual floor cleaners.

Vitrified Flooring :

Vitrified tiles are some of the most durable materials produced in the Industry. They are of the "non-porous" variety ie: Porcelain which can withstand pretty much anything that is thrown against it. Vitrified tiles are suitable for indoor and outdoor use and they are especially suitable for areas of heavy footfall and light industrial areas. Fully vitrified tiles (also called Porcelain) are tiles with water absorption less than 0.5%. Fully vitrified tiles have the lowest porosity possible and therefore are especially suitable for areas where high stain resistance and hygiene is required or outdoor applications with increased frost resistance. Both Vitrified and fully vitrified tiles can be glazed or unglazed.

Ceramic Tile Flooring :

Ceramic tiles has so many types like glazed, unglazed, mosaic, glass, marble, stone, travertine, brick, laminated, granite, Victorian, porcelain, slate, vinyl, crackle, vitrified and mor. Maintaining and cleaning ceramic tile flooring is not a tedious task. The most basic cleaning aids like sweeping and mopping can be used to maintain the floor. This makes Ceramic tile is a popular choice for today’s homes. Ceramic is one of the most primitive building materials made by man, it is a product that sustains the heaviest of traffics with ease. Ceramic tiles are ideal choices for kitchens and bathrooms. Ceramic tiles are waterproof, making it the first choice. 

In India, ceramic tiles available in the market are either polished or unpolished. They are also available in different sizes and shapes. Ceramic tiles are stain-resistant and are impervious to water if glazed. The tiles may look vibrant with the glaze but on the flip side, the glaze causes the tiles to be slippery. Places where this is a hindrance, slip-resistant ceramic tiles can be fitted.

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Laminate Flooring
Vitrified Flooring
Ceramic Tile Flooring