LIVERPOOL, England, September 19, 2012 /PRNewswire/ --
Sustainability is one of the chief priorities of a large number of homeowners interested in doing what they can to preserve the environment. There are also considerable financial advantages to taking a greener approach at home - saving energy and resources naturally means saving money on utilities and consumables necessary for the upkeep of the house.
A recent report from Polyflor suggests that vinyl flooring plays a major part on bringing eco-friendly practices into the domestic environment. The Annual Sustainability Report produced by the vinyl floor manufacturer indicates that vinyl floors represent an excellent choice for environment conscious households because of its low environmental impact and cost-effectiveness.
This is reportedly because of the natural materials used to produce vinyl flooring and the low maintenance nature of this particular bathroom, kitchen and utility room solution. Vinyl flooring has been found to be very undemanding as far as cleaning is concerned and its long life span means replacements are not required for upwards of two decades.
Flooring UK, experts in vinyl flooring, are keen to encourage homeowners to consider vinyl flooring for its environmental benefits as well as its practical and design advantages. The Polyflor report throws weight behind the idea that vinyl flooring has a major part to play in domestic resource management.
Visitors to the website will find a huge assortment of Coir Matting, Turtle Mats as well as vinyl flooring options that differ in style and functionality. The retailer has recently seen an increase in inquiries concerning a variety vinyl flooring solutions from leading manufacturers, including Amtico and Polyflor itself.
The recent report from Polyflor is likely to continue the trend for using luxury vinyl flooring at home, especially during the recession when opportunities to save energy are eagerly taken up by members of the public keen to save money in an ethical manner.
Energy saving always starts at home and it seems that in the long run vinyl flooring has positive things to contribute in the nationwide bid to protect the environment.
Stephen Latham, +44(0)1704-536404, StephenL@flooring.uk.com