Fade-Resistant Vinyl Floors are Built to Stand up to the Sun's Harmful UV Rays
Vinyl floors from Empire Today® are often chosen for their combination of durability and affordability. While they are usually less expensive than tile, wood, and laminate options, vinyl flooring products can still be built to last just as long as those other materials. Part of this resilience means standing up to not just physical wear, but also intangible sources of damage, like the sun's ultraviolet (UV) rays. Long-term exposure to the sun can fade the finish of your floors, just like it would fade your favorite baseball cap or the exterior paint on your home. Fade-resistant vinyl flooring is built with a special surface coating that is engineered to withstand prolonged exposure to UV rays.
Many Empire® customers choose vinyl floors for rooms that see lots of activity, like the kitchen or den. The rooms that people spend lots of time in also tend to have large windows that let in lots of sunlight. Over the course of a vinyl floor's lifetime, the sun exposure can really add up, dulling the hue of your floors. Fade-resistant vinyl floors help ensure that the areas exposed to the sun will continue looking great over the long haul. And it's an especially important consideration in rooms where direct sunlight only hits part of the room, which would cause uneven fade patterns in unprotected flooring products.
Learn More About the Fade-Resistant Vinyl Flooring Products Available at Empire
Fade-resistant vinyl flooring can be found in a variety of styles and types, with products from Empire's luxury vinyl plank, luxury vinyl tile, and sheet vinyl categories all offering fade-resistant options. When speaking to a flooring professional from Empire, ask if the vinyl floor products on your list are built with a fade-resistant finish. They can also give you information on each product's wear warranty. Floors from Empire are covered by some of the best warranties in the industry, with some vinyl floors warrantied against fade and wear for life!