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Linoleum floors that are properly maintained can last for up to 40 years. Linoleum is an excellent flooring choice due to its low maintenance requirements and easiness to clean. The protective top layer of linoleum floors repels dirt and scuffs, preventing buildup over time.

Linoleum is made from linseed oil, rosins, and wood flour. It’s an eco-friendly material, making it a popular flooring option. Linoleum is also very durable and quiet underfoot and comes in a wide range of colors great for both residential and commercial use. This is a great flooring option for any environmentally conscious home or business owners.

Real linoleum has been around since the mid-1800s and is becoming a more popular flooring choice for both residential and commercial use. Made from linseed oil, resins, wood flour, cork dust, and mineral fillers, linoleum is a natural and eco-friendly floor covering product. It is also extremely durable and quiet underfoot making it an ideal choice for both homes and businesses.

The linoleum flooring from Floor Factors comes in a wide range of colors ranging from subtle neutrals to bold, rich tones. Linoleum also offers endless design possibilities from simple borders to intricate laser-cut styles.


Most linoleum flooring manufacturers offer warranties for 25 or more years, but with proper care and maintenance, the material can last for up to 40 years—more than double the lifespan of vinyl floors! Linoleum floors are extremely easy to clean and maintain because the protective top layer repels buildup of dirt and scuffs. Regular cleaning with a mild, ammonia-free floor cleaner will keep your linoleum floors in good shape.

The impressive versatility of linoleum floor coverings is almost unmatchable. The many types of linoleum flooring from Floor Factors come in a wide variety of colors, patterns, and styles. The affordability, durability, and versatility of linoleum make it an appealing flooring choice for virtually any remodel.

Versatile linoleum floors are often used in:

  • Kitchens
  • Utility rooms
  • Entryways
  • Bathrooms
  • Hallways
  • Basements
  • Game rooms
  • Ballrooms
  • Schools
  • Offices
  • Studios
  • Restaurants
  • Stores
  • Event space

Linoleum Flooring Manufacturers

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To learn more about Linoleum offered at Floor Factors, contact us today! We are a trusted architectural flooring resource and can help you select the best flooring choice for your space.