Vinyl Flooring in Brooklyn Heights

Appearing on the scene in the 1920s, many of us associate vinyl flooring with commercial and industrial spaces, basements, and out-of-date kitchens.

With options like hardwood, stone, and laminate available, many Brooklyn Heights homeowners forget to think about this versatile and durable material. But they’d be shocked to realize how far vinyl has come.

At Garemah Flooring and Carpentry Inc, we’ve worked with a wide variety of flooring options but when it comes to vinyl, we love how creative we and our clients can get. Available in the classic sheets, tile, or now planks, vinyl can imitate any other flooring material brilliantly and for half the price!

The Pros and Cons of Vinyl Flooring

At Garemah Flooring and Carpentry Inc, we believe in honesty and integrity. Being up-front with all of our Brooklyn Heights clients throughout the entire job is something we pride ourselves on, and that starts with providing as much information as possible.

  • Durable
  • Water-resistant
  • Comfortable
  • Easy to install
  • Easy to maintain
  • Highly customizable

Your new vinyl flooring will stand up very well to heavy foot traffic and, as a soft material, is comfortabl, and able to reduce noise. Of course, the most important factor for many clients in Brooklyn Heights is the price. Sheet vinyl installation will set you back $1.80 per square foot approximately for materials, and the cost to install vinyl plank flooring—the “expensive” option—will cost you $2.49 per square foot.

However, points to consider before installing residential vinyl flooring:

  • While durable, vinyl can be damaged easily by sharp objects
  • Colors can fade when faced with too much direct sunlight

With the minimal cost to install vinyl flooring and endless options to be creative in your choices, as vinyl floor contractors we still receive hundreds of requests for information, and installation, of vinyl sheeting, tiles, and planks every year.

Explore Your Creative Side

Even the most basic of vinyl flooring—sheet vinyl—is available in a multitude of colors. Whites, beiges, and tans. Oranges, coppers, and reds. Light and dark brown.  Black, grey, blue, green, and multi-color!

Any look can be accomplished as well.

  • Traditional hardwood
  • Distressed wood
  • Stone
  • Geometric tiling

Vinyl plank flooring offers the most realistic in hardwood imitation, and tile can be arranged in any geometric shape you can imagine!

Best of all, when installing vinyl flooring, it can be done in any room of your home. While hardwood is open to water damage, this well-sealed material can give you a hardwood look in your bathroom or kitchen.

Contact us Today

Licensed, bonded, and passionate about the work we do, at Garemah Flooring and Carpentry Inc we’re always excited for a new challenge.

Whether you knew about your vinyl flooring options before or are just now considering what could be accomplished with sheet, tile, or wood-look vinyl flooring, we’re available to provide you with all the information you need as well as free in-home estimates.

With the most competitive pricing around and high-quality work backed by years of experience, when you’re ready to talk vinyl, give us a call!