Beautiful, contemporary, stylish!
Our cushion vinyl ranges offer a huge choice of designs, from traditional wood, classic mosaic to modern cube and hexagons, great styles for the home that your customers will love!
Discover the CFS Cushion Vinyl Collection. To find a product specification and images, click on the CFS Collection and select the colour range you require.
Where is it going to be fitted?
First, consider where the domestic flooring installation will be. Whether it needs to be slip-resistant, requires thermal resistance for underfloor heating, reduced indentation residual from furniture or if it needs acoustical impact for noise reduction.
Is the vinyl slip-resistant?
Particularly, every cushion vinyl flooring in our collection has a slip resistance class of either R10 or R11. This is important for kitchen and bathroom cushion vinyl flooring where water spillages may occur.
What wear layer does the cushion vinyl flooring have?
It should be noted, the wear layer is a thin protective layer on the surface of the cushion vinyl flooring that protects against wear and tear and is particularly important for high traffic areas. A minimum wear layer of 0.15mm is suitable for domestic flooring, but the higher the number the greater the protection against scuffs and scrapes. A thick flooring does not necessarily mean that it is better quality.
Can it be used with underfloor heating?
Not all flooring has thermal resistance, so if you are planning to fit with underfloor heating ensure you chose a flooring that is compatible. Many of the cushion vinyl ranges in our collection are suitable for installation with underfloor heating.
Check the warranty
Definitely, you need to consider a flooring that has a long warranty for peace of mind. This is particularly important for kitchen and bathroom vinyl flooring as they are more susceptible to spillages and damage. Our cushion vinyl comes with a domestic warranty between 5 and 15 years depending on the range.
Is it easy to clean?
Also consider whether the flooring will be in a high traffic area, such as a hallway or whether there are pets and children to think about as the flooring will need to be quick and easy to clean.
Think about the pattern and colours
Last but not least, colours and patterns matter. From wood to geometric shapes and tile effect to mosaics, there are plenty of options to choose from. Think about the room it is going in to help you decided which styles may be best suited.