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Linoleum has been around for nearly 150 years, and was a very fashionable
flooring choice up until the 1950s. Today, linoleum is enjoying a return to popularity. Made entirely of natural materials,
linoleum is commended for its durability and eco–friendliness.
The flooring buying guides we've created at FindAnyFloor.com have been done so in collaboration with our flooring
professionals, who include certified installers and retail flooring sales managers from across the country. We've also
created helpful checklists and worksheets to assist you in the linoleum buying process. After all, at FindAnyFloor.com,
"we've got flooring covered."
NOTE: Using This Buying Guide To navigate through the Buying Guide, click "next" at
the bottom of each page or use the tabs at the top of the section. For your convenience, you also have the option to print
the complete Linoleum Buying Guide as well as our helpful checklists and worksheets.
We'll start with the basics of linoleum and how it fits into your environment and lifestyle. Our guide
covers everything from pets, special mobility needs, to basic care and cleaning. After learning these linoleum floor basics,
you'll be able to better determine what type of linoleum is right for your home.
Plan and organize your flooring project using our helpful list of questions. Our printable worksheet can assist you when
meeting with a flooring sales or installation professional.
This section highlights the various types of linoleum and the three different linoleum installation methods.
Choosing the type of linoleum is just the first step. Linoleum floor accessories can protect, enhance and extend the life
of your new flooring. In this section we discuss the importance of:
Are you planning to hire a professional flooring installer, or get down on your hands and knees and
"do–it–yourself" (DIY)? This section provides tips for either scenario, enabling you to make the choice that is
best for your flooring project.
Linoleum is available at many local flooring retail establishments and online outlets. We cover the important differences
of buying from your local retail store vs. an online retailer. After all, the best decisions are well–informed ones,
and we strive to help you make the best possible decision for your flooring project.
The price of linoleum is affected by both its construction and its durability. We'll show you how to distinguish the
difference between pricier linoleum and more economical designs.
In this section, you'll be able to review and print a convenient checklist to ensure all the details are covered when
buying your linoleum flooring.
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