Advanced 360 Total Floor Care Systems

Sheet Vinyl

Sheet Vinyl Can be Damaged by Improper Maintenance. We Follow Manufacturers’ Recommendations to Give You Peace of Mind.

Advanced 360 Total Floor Care Systems specializes in maintaining sheet vinyl, which is a type of resilient flooring made from synthetic material, mimics the appearance of stone and tile. Sheet vinyl resists abrasions and stains, withstands heavy foot traffic, and is easy to maintain. But it must be properly maintained. If it’s cleaned aggressively, or if harsh chemicals are used to strip away its existing finish, it will damage. Which is why we recommend that finish not be used on sheet vinyl. If floor finish has to be used on it, apply no more than a few coats of finish because excessive finish will cause build-up that will be difficult to remove in the future. 

Common Uses
Sheet vinyl is ideal for facilities with lots of traffic, so it’s often found in corporate buildings, hospitals, and schools.
Sheet vinyl:

Absorbs dirt easily and becomes dingy quickly. So it's difficult to keep clean.

Disrupts operations when maintained (because furniture has to be moved then moved back when crews have finished working). This can be avoided if work is performed after-hours or on weekends.

Emits fumes when maintained. Adversely affecting indoor air quality.

Requires lots of labor (for stripping and refinishing).

Our Solution

To look its best, sheet vinyl must be properly maintained. How do you do that? By allowing us to create a maintenance plan for your commercial facility, which we call our Maintenance of Asset Preservation (MAP) program. MAP requires regular service visits and uses soil loads and traffic habits to determine how often sheet vinyl should be maintained. MAP may cost more initially, but it’s been proven to save our clients money in the long-run by preventing damage to their sheet vinyl and by extending the life of their sheet vinyl.

How to Maintain It
Sheet vinyl must be cleaned daily, but it must also be restored periodically. 
How Much It Costs
Sheet vinyl in Kansas City is between 60 and 95 cents per square-foot.
We Can Help

Advanced 360 Total Floor Care Systems has used its Maintenance of Asset Preservation Program to provide worry-free floor care to commercial clients and general contractors across Kansas City for 20 years. Our system allows us to keep commercial carpets and floors looking their absolute best. In addition, MAP allows us to extend the life expectancy of our clients’ indoor surfaces. Maximizing their returns on investment. Do you have questions about sheet vinyl flooring or any type of flooring, or do you simply want to know more? Call today at 913-322-6200 and speak with one of our Facility Service Consultants.

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