Resilient Flooring and Base

Alite Flooring offers many different kinds of flooring made with high quality materials. Our resilient flooring uses materials that have an elastic base, allowing the floor a little bit of give. Fulfilling your project’s needs is our top priority. No matter if you are in need of vinyl composition tile for your workspace, luxury vinyl tile for your living areas, or rubber floors for your gym, our years of experience can help you choose the right material for your project. We are dedicated to our clients and will adjust to your needs to give you the best flooring options possible.

Other than feeling and looking good, there are also other benefits to resilient flooring. Due to its elasticity, it is extremely durable. In addition to its durability, the floors also are great for noise reduction and for relieving the stress on your feet, back, and legs.

What is Resilient Flooring?

Resilient flooring is a broad term that refers to floors that are in-between soft flooring options, like carpet, and hard floors, like stone or wood. One of the main reasons why people choose resilient flooring is because you have the ability to choose any type of pattern you want on your floor. Both carpet and hardwood are tightly restricted to what they’re made of, thus not giving you any room to improve or change the design. On the other hand, resilient flooring can imitate natural stones and wood. The imitation is surreal; you wouldn’t be able to tell the difference!

Maintaining Resilient Flooring

Maintaining your resilient floor and keeping it scratch free is no problem. This type of flooring is designed to last the wear and tear of high traffic areas and busy rooms. Created with a certain combination of protectants, it helps to shield the floor from the wear and tear of everyday use. Because of this, the floor will be looking brand new for a very long time.

Because there are no crevices or cracks, resilient floors are easy to keep clean. Along with that, this type of floor resists water and any other liquid, which makes an accidental spill no big deal. Resilient flooring tends to be a little warmer than other types of flooring options, thus making it a more enjoyable experience to walk on during the wintertime in your bare feet.

Resilient Flooring in NJ

With over 20 years of experiencing in the flooring industry, you can count on Alite Flooring to deliver your project on time, within budget, and installed to perfection. Because we have connections to every major vendor in the country, we can help you find the exact product you are looking for. If you’re interested in getting high quality floors for your home or commercial use, please contact us today: (973) 575-5005.