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Vinyl & Resilient Flooring


Vinyl & Resilient Flooring

Elastischer Bodenbelag wird aus vielen verschiedenen Materialien hergestellt, darunter Vinyl, Gummi, Linoleum, Verbundwerkstoffe und mehr.

Bodenbeläge, die aus Vinyl, Kunststofflaminat, Linoleum, Kork und ähnlichen Materialien hergestellt werden, fallen in die Kategorie der elastischen Bodenbeläge.

Wie der Begriff "elastisch" andeutet, neigen sie dazu, ein etwas gedämpftes Gefühl unter den Füßen zu haben. In der Tat, weil es bequem, rutschfest, leise und wärmer als Materialien wie Stein und Fliesen ist, ist elastische Bodenbelag eine der beliebtesten und praktischsten aller Bodenbeläge. Mit einem elastischen Bodenbelag hat ein eingetropftes Milchglas eine Überlebenschance - und mit den meisten kann der daraus resultierende Überlauf leicht mit einem feuchten Tuch entfernt werden.

Im Vergleich zu Materialien wie Hartholz, Fliesen und Stein sind die meisten elastischen Böden relativ preiswert und in einer unglaublichen Vielfalt an Mustern und Farben erhältlich.

In diesem Abschnitt von BuildItWare.com finden Sie unvoreingenommene Informationen, die Ihnen helfen, intelligente Kaufentscheidungen zu treffen, sowie DIY-Hilfe bei der Wartung, Reparatur und Verlegung von elastischen Bodenbelägen.

Siehe auch:

• Vinylboden-Einkaufsführer

• Laminatfußboden-Ratgeber

• Widerstandsfähiger Bodenbelag Wartung und Reparaturen

• Verlegen von elastischen Bodenfliesen

Featured Resource: Finden Sie einen lokalen elastischen Bodenbelag Pro

Vinyl & Resilient Flooring

FAQ - 💬

❓ What is vinyl resilient flooring?

👉 Basically, resilient flooring is anything where the wear surface is non-textile, non-wood and non-stone – so anything that is not carpet, hardwood or laminate, stone, ceramic or concrete.

❓ Is resilient and vinyl flooring the same?

👉 Resilient Floors Are Softer than Standard Vinyl Floors Put simply, resilient floors have some give or “bounce” to them, offering the best of both worlds. Strict vinyl floors are too hard to be considered resilient, though, as mentioned above, vinyl can be used to craft resilient floors that feature more flexibility.

❓ What does Resilient mean in flooring?

👉 What is Resilient Flooring? Resilient floors are polymer floors engineered for comfort, flexibility and design. You often hear resilient associated with vinyl tile, cork and rubber flooring and you will often find these types of surfaces in healthcare and educational environments.

❓ How do you maintain vinyl or resilient floors?

👉 Clean vinyl floors by removing dust and dirt with a broom, dust mop, or vacuum cleaner. Controlling grit and soil is crucial to prolonging a vinyl floor's attractive appearance. A quick wipe with a damp mop works well for vinyl floors between deep cleanings.

❓ What is the disadvantage of vinyl flooring?

👉 The disadvantages of vinyl floors Can emit volatile organic compounds (VOCs) Shorter lifespan than wood floors. No impact, or negative impact, on home resale value. Difficult to remove, especially if adhesive is used during installation.

❓ How long does a vinyl floor last?

👉 10-20 yearsVinyl flooring is highly durable. If installed and maintained correctly, it can last upwards of 10-20 years. That said, vinyl is a great choice for the rooms in your house that get the most foot traffic. Additionally, most vinyl flooring has a wear layer on its surface that resists scratches and stains.

❓ What are the disadvantages of resilient flooring?

👉 Cons

  • Indentations: Small pressure points, such as table legs or appliance feet, can permanently indent resilient flooring. ...
  • Inconsistent Value: Resilient flooring represents the highs and the lows of buyer value perception. ...
  • Recycling: Vinyl and linoleum flooring cannot be recycled (rubber flooring can be, though).

❓ What are two types of resilient flooring?

👉 There are six main types of resilient flooring: linoleum, asphalt, vinyl (composition and solid), rubber, wood and cork. Roll flooring comes in the form of large sheets of material.

❓ Can you use steam mop on vinyl plank flooring?

👉 Q: Are steam mops safe for vinyl floors? It is best to err on the side of caution and avoid using steam mops on vinyl floors. The high heat and moisture can cause damage if seams or adhesives are breached.

❓ Will vinegar damage vinyl floors?

👉 Like with hardwood floors, vinegar's acidity will take away the shine and sheen of a no-wax floor, such as vinyl and linoleum.

❓ What is lifespan of vinyl floor?

👉 10-20 yearsVinyl flooring is highly durable. If installed and maintained correctly, it can last upwards of 10-20 years. That said, vinyl is a great choice for the rooms in your house that get the most foot traffic. Additionally, most vinyl flooring has a wear layer on its surface that resists scratches and stains.


Autor Des Artikels: Alexander Schulz. Unabhängiger Konstrukteur und technischer Experte. Arbeitserfahrung in der Baubranche seit 1980. Fachkompetenz in den Richtungen: Bau, Architektur, Design, Hausbau.

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