ProSource | 8/20/2015 | Product Information
For many, the term sheet vinyl is synonymous with kitchens of the 1960’s and 70’s. Traditionally, it was a low cost alternative to hardwood or ceramic flooring. It was also very thin, and prone to curling and cracking.
Harding’s vinyl sheet flooring has changed the game. Soft and quiet, yet tough and long lasting, it’s the next generation of vinyl flooring. This is not your mother’s sheet vinyl.
Many contractors use sheet vinyl flooring because it’s easy to install, cost effective and comes in a variety of designs to suit any room or style of home.
The Harding flooring collection takes these qualities to the next level for homeowners who are looking for an attractive, budget-friendly flooring solution.
It’s a line created exclusively for ProSource Wholesale®, featuring unique three-dimensional embossed designs in stones, tiles and natural hardwoods in narrow and wide planks.
Today’s technology has made it possible for the designs to look so authentic homeowners have to look twice to be sure it isn’t the real thing.
Harding vinyl is constructed with a tough wear layer that makes it highly durable. This flooring is stain and scuff resistant, so you’ll rest easy knowing it can stand up to your family’s daily wear and tear. And everyday maintenance is no problem for Harding vinyl.
Real hardwood and stone are beautiful, but they’re also more difficult to maintain, colder and harder underfoot and not ideal flooring solutions for certain areas of your home such as laundry rooms and basements, where moisture might be a problem.
Harding vinyl sheet flooring makes it easy to get the look of natural wood or stone in any room of your home without any of these worries. And unlike conventional vinyl, its comfort foam backing makes it much softer to stand and walk on.
Technology has made it possible to combine the beauty of nature and the benefits of science to give homeowners virtually unlimited flooring possibilities, regardless of your budget, design preference or type of remodeling project.
Visit your local ProSource showroom to view samples of Harding vinyl and see the difference in today’s sheet vinyl flooring.
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