Resilient Flooring is Strong, Beautiful, and Affordable

Resilient Flooring is Economical

Resilient flooring, also known as vinyl flooring, is versatile. It is a highly engineered combination of polymer materials that allows for increased strength and durability throughout the lifetime of the product. Available in large sheets or in easily applied tiles, there is hardly a space in your home that wouldn’t be suitable for resilient. Supple resilient won’t crack when laid down on floors that are prone to movement, and its superior resistance to scratching, gouging, tearing, staining, and moisture infiltration means you may expect your resilient floor to look pristine for years to come. Perhaps best of all, resilient is one of the most economical choices for flooring that the market can provide — but it does not achieve its attractive price tag by compromising quality!

Resilient presents durable and versatile options for cost-effective and easily maintained floors. See some of the resilient options below.

Sheet Resilient

Sheet resilient is a layered construction sold in 6′ and 12′ widths. Resilient can be installed anywhere in your home that is a flat, level surface. It can last 20 to 30 years due to its resistance to stains, scratches, moisture, and fading.

Advantages of Sheet Resilient

  • Broadest range of colors and designs
  • One of the most economically priced types of flooring
  • Comfortable and resilient
  • Low maintenance
  • Water resistant
  • Installs almost anywhere
  • Virtually seamless

Considerations of Sheet Resilient

  • Has no effect on home value
  • Gouging and tearing
  • Not as DIY-friendly as other flooring
  • Must allow for expansion and contraction

Resilient Tile

Resilient tile comes in several varieties, from inexpensive “peel and stick” to luxury. Resilient tile is a composite layered construction consisting of a protective wear layer, a protective clear film layer, a printed resilient design layer, and a resilient tile backing. 

Advantages of Resilient Tile

  • Great value
  • Easy installation
  • Installs almost anywhere
  • Wide variety of designs, sizes, and shapes
  • Low maintenance

Considerations of Resilient Tile

  • Seams can accumulate dirt and moisture
  • Gouging and tearing
  • Has no effect on home value


CLEO uses omni construction combining a base of mineral composite core, ChromaTRU digital imaging, and a high-performance protective coating. It is available in both plank and tile formats.

Advantages of CLEO Flooring

  • Great value
  • 100% VOC-free, eco-forward, and sustainable
  • Made with 85% American limestone
  • Manufactured completely in the USA
  • Waterproof
  • Easy care and maintenance
  • ChromaTRU printing creates more realistic-looking flooring

Considerations of CLEO Home Flooring

  • Seams can accumulate dirt and moisture

Care & Maintenance

  • You should only get mats with non-staining backings.
  • Close curtains or blinds to prevent sunlight from concentrating on the floor, causing fading.
  • Support furniture legs with wide-bearing, non-staining floor protectors.
  • If you must move heavy furniture or appliances across the resilient tile floor, always use strips of wood or hardboard runways to protect it.

Routine Maintenance

  • Sweep your floor regularly — at least weekly – to remove loose dirt.
  • Prevent stains by wiping spills promptly.
  • Use a solution of cleaner (or clear, non-sudsy ammonia) in warm water according to the directions on the cleaner, rinsing when time permits providing the best care and highest shine.

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