Want low-maintenance, easy care floors for your home, investment property or office that will stand the test of time?
Here are our picks for the Top 3 flooring products to consider.
Above: Luxury Vinyl Sheet Flooring
Eco Plus Carpet
If you want the softness, warmth and plushness of carpet without compromising on durability, wear and stain resistance, Eco Plus is the low maintenance flooring option for you. Perfect for at-home entertainers, households with kids and pets and rental properties. It’s also eco-friendly and comes in a wide range of stylish colours and textures.
- Lifetime Pet Guarantee*
- Enriched Softness
- Wear resistance
- Stain protection
- Strength and softness
- Comprehensive guarantees
Vinyl Tile and Plank
If you’re pressed for time and the thought of cleaning makes you shudder, vinyl flooring could be for you. It’s easier to clean than carpet and completely water-resistant – the perfect option for your kitchen and bathroom.
Quality vinyl flooring that’s properly installed can last for more than 20 years, with little maintenance required. One of the great benefits of vinyl tile and plank flooring is that in the event that the floor is damaged in some way you don’t have to replace the whole floor just the effected plank or planks. Find vinyl tile and plank products.
- Only replace single planks/tiles
- Appearance of timber
Luxury Sheet Vinyl
Sheet vinyl has come a long way since the 70s! Luxury sheet vinyl is another great easy-care flooring option for those wanting low maintenance. Vinyl sheet flooring is waterproof, durable and easy to clean. It’s also incredibly affordable and very versatile, coming in a wide range of styles – you can bring the outside in with Australian timbers, create a ceramic look with tile designs, or make a statement with modern geometric designs. Explore the Vastscapes Luxury Sheet Vinyl collection to get a sense of the range of styles and textures on offer.
- Easy to clean
- Soft underfoot
- Very affordable
Considering new flooring options for your home, office or rental property? Contact your local Carpet One store to get expert flooring advice tailored to your needs.