Lino / Vinyl Flooring

Considering vinyl flooring or lino flooring for your home? You’ve come to the right place.

Here at British Flooring, we provide lino and vinyl flooring in a variety of styles and colours, with prices to suit all budgets.

Whether you’d prefer authentic wood-look planks or a tile effect, you want to completely overhaul the kitchen or spruce up the bathroom, we’re confident you’ll find your ideal flooring within our extensive collection.

So, why not take a look today?

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Top-quality lino and vinyl flooring

Vinyl flooring is the go-to choice for many homeowners these days. It’s one of the most practical and versatile options on the market and offers endless design possibilities.

Renowned for its hardwearing properties, vinyl is an excellent choice for high traffic areas in the home and office. Another thing worth noting is that it can resemble almost any other type of flooring – be it real wood or stone tiles.

Though typically used in schools and hospitals, lino (short for linoleum) is a great option for the home. Made from natural and renewable materials, such as linseed oil, cork, and wood, it’s guaranteed to give any room a new lease of life – particularly the kitchen or bathroom.

Lino and vinyl flooring are durable and easy to clean. Vinyl tends to be the easiest to maintain as the planks are non-porous, so can resist moisture and spillages. Lino floors are more susceptible to moisture damage and will require slightly more upkeep than their vinyl counterparts.

Order vinyl and lino flooring online

At British Flooring, we appreciate that many of our customers are looking for lino or vinyl flooring that will transform their homes without breaking the bank. That’s why we stock a wide selection of styles, colours, thicknesses, and lengths at affordable prices.

Regardless of whether you’re a DIY expert or a beginner, you’ll be pleased to know that all of our lino flooring and vinyl flooring is easy to fit and simply needs gluing down.

If you’d like to find out more about the products we stock at British Flooring, be sure to click through for more information. Here you should find details regarding the condition, shade, room suitability, style, material, installation, width and length options, etc.

Get in touch

If you’ve got a question about lino and vinyl flooring, or you’re spoilt for choice and could do with an expert opinion, don’t hesitate to contact the team at British Flooring today.

Always on hand to share our expertise and offer guidance and advice, we’d love to hear from you.

Either give us a call on 0203 325 9082 or email, and we’ll get back to you as soon as we can.

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What’s the difference between lino and vinyl flooring?

Lino – short for linoleum – and vinyl floors are both durable, long-lasting, and affordable flooring options – but they are not to be confused with one another. They are totally different, and each offers a unique set of benefits for your home.

The simple, most obvious difference is the materials they are both made from.

Lino is manufactured with natural, renewable materials – including linseed oil, cork and wood – whilst vinyl flooring is made from synthetic, manmade materials, such as ethylene and chlorine.

Both are excellent choices. They’re easy to install and maintain, and they’re one of the most budget-friendly options on the market.

Not sure which is best for your flooring project? The experts here at British Flooring are here to help!

Get in touch with us today by calling 0203 325 9082 or emailing us at, and we’ll be in touch with you shortly with our recommendations.

Is lino/vinyl flooring easy to clean?

Part of the beauty of these flooring options is how easy they are to clean and maintain.

Gently vacuum or sweep away any loose debris, dust, and dirt every couple of days – and use a damp microfibre cloth and a light soap to scrub away any stubborn stains once a week with an appropriate cleaning solution.

Not all cleaning chemicals are suitable for lino and vinyl flooring, so you should always read the label before using anything new.

Try to opt for natural cleaning products – like a homemade apple cider vinegar and water solution, for example – and avoid using abrasive scrubbing tools, as they can cause permanent damage to your floor surfaces.

Need more maintenance tips?

Give our experts a call – we’re always happy to help!

How long does lino/vinyl flooring last?

Both vinyl and lino floors are extremely durable, but thanks to their higher price points, lino tends to last about twice as long as vinyl does.

They can last anywhere from 20 to 40 years if taken good care of, whereas vinyl lasts between 10 and 20.

With proper maintenance and care, both vinyl and lino flooring will serve your home or office space for years to come – but it’s important to think about where exactly they’ll be going.

Lino, for example, won’t last as long as it usually would in a moisture-rich environment – like a kitchen or bathroom, for example, as its planks are porous and, therefore, unable to resist serious spillages. For these kinds of areas, vinyl floor is a much more suitable option.

For help, advice, or expert recommendations on which type of flooring is best for your space, you’re more than welcome to get in touch with our team.

Do I need an underlay for lino/vinyl floors?

Regardless of whether you decide to install lino or vinyl flooring, you shouldn’t need to fit underlay beforehand.

Both are designed to eliminate the need for an underlay, and so long as the surface it’s being laid on top of is smooth and level, a well-cushioned vinyl or lino floor should be fine by itself – which is another reason why they’re so cost-effective.

Of course, if you wish, you can still install an underlay, and we have a selection of fantastic options here at British Flooring. But the vinyl or lino should be enough on its own.

Need help choosing the perfect vinyl or lino flooring for your home or office space? Don’t hesitate to get in touch with our team.

We can point you in the right direction as far as styles, materials, and room suitability goes, and we’d be more than happy to share some of our expert tips.

Give us a call today on 0203 325 9082, or send us a message via our online contact form, and we’ll get back to you as soon as possible.