Top trending vinyl styles
Vinyl flooring has evolved considerably from the old cheap and nasty linoleum, transforming into a beautiful, authentic and highly durable flooring option. Vinyl flooring replicates the natural textures and colours of traditional timber and stone, providing the look of their ageless beauty without the hassle.
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Why Andersens for Vinyl Flooring
Australia’s largest range vinyl planks
At Andersens, we pride ourselves on bringing you beautiful, authentic and highly durable vinyl sheets and planks, suitable for every budget, tried and tested over 60 years.
Flexible payment options
Over the years Andersens have offered flexible ways for our customers to pay for their new floor or window coverings. We currently offer both Humm and Latitude payment options.
We make it easy
Andersens is dedicated to providing a high standard of service and having an ongoing commitment to our customers. As a result, we are the preferred choice for all vinyl sheets and lvt flooring types, both for first time customers referred to us by others, and repeat clients who appreciate our old-fashioned service principles.
1. We come to you
With our innovative ‘Showroom on Wheels’ we can come to you and show you the latest range of styles of vinyl planks and sheets!
2. Measure & Quote
We offer a free measure and quote on your LVT, laminate, carpet, hybrid flooring or window coverings!
Once you have selected your new Andersens flooring, the next step is to prepare for the professional installation.
New multi-layer technologies mean that vinyl flooring is suitable for all rooms in your house, providing a genuine flooring alternative in your kitchen, bathroom, laundry or hallway. Its scratch, shock and water resistant PU polyurethane treated surface is able to withstand high levels of traffic over long periods.
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Vinyl Plank Flooring Options
Vinyl plank flooring provides excellent heat and sound insulation for your home; it’s quieter than wood flooring, warmer than tiles, and its comfortable walking surface adds to the luxury feel. Andersens’ vinyl flooring comes in two options; Luxury or Loose Lay. Learn about their differences using the tabs below.
Andersens luxury vinyls boast rich patterns, colours and even textures in wood, tile or stone looks to create a unique and stylish space. These patterns are made with meticulous attention to detail and are available in a variety if pattern formats and texture choice to ensure the authenticity of grooves and grouting.
Frequently Asked Questions
There are three essential features of vinyl flooring that make it stand out as one of the premier materials for homeowners. First, there are many types of patterns luxury vinyl flooring can come in that will replicate a certain look or ambiance you’re trying to obtain through your floor. For instance, vinyl flooring can display wood, stone or ceramic appearances. Second, it’s an extremely durable surface, especially when it comes to moisture resistance, which is why vinyl flooring is recommended for bathrooms and kitchens. Lastly, vinyl flooring is ideal for DIY installation, regardless of how much experience homeowners have had installing floors in the past.
Vinyl flooring can be installed in any room in the house, including rooms at, above or below grade (ground level). It can also be installed over almost any type of subfloor (concrete, wood, vinyl), as long as the subfloor is smooth and level. If the subfloor has imperfections, they may show through the vinyl.
No, as a matter of fact, vinyl is available as sheets, planks or tiles, presenting a variety of options to express your own personal creativity.
While going with a luxury vinyl flooring option may wind up costing you more up front, it’s important to review the bigger picture of financial considerations. For one thing, luxury vinyl flooring offers you more options when it comes to styles and patterns. It also provides you with added durability, meaning costs for repairs in the future will be less likely. You also need to factor in how long you see yourself living in your current situation. If you only plan on staying in your home for a few years, it’s probably not that important to go with luxury vinyl flooring. However, if you’re looking to stay in a home for at least five years, it’s certainly worth it to spend a little extra on luxury vinyl flooring, which will help save you money on your floor in the long run.
Calculating how much vinyl flooring you’ll need for a project is usually simple. First, determine the total square footage of a room by multiplying the length and width of the floor. Add 5-10 percent to this number for wastage just in case – more may be required if your room has a lot of angles and corners that will require additional cuts. Then, look at how many square feet are in each box of vinyl flooring you are looking to purchase. Next, divide the total square footage of flooring you’ll need by the number of square feet in each box. This will tell you how many boxes to purchase.
This is an area that largely depends on your experience with floor installation. If the sheer thought of putting together a bed frame sends you shivers, then you’re probably better off leaving your floor up to the professionals. You also need to make sure that you have the necessary equipment handy before beginning installation. If you’re someone who isn’t intimidated by home repair projects, then installing your vinyl flooring should really be no problem. It’s always a good idea to contact a professional flooring installer to better visualize how long a project should take, as well as receive more understanding of which method will fit best with your budget.
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