Resilients – Portland, Maine Flooring – Paul White Company



Look to Paul White Company for Maine’s largest selection of vinyl and laminate flooring. We offer the complete Mannington, Armstrong and Congoleum collections. Reslients are versatile, affordable, easy to maintain, and ideal where moisture is present. And with hundreds of styles available, they add beauty to any room. Design choices range from realistic stone and wood grain to textured tile, graphic patterns and solids.

Browse through our showroom to find the flooring that fits your lifestyle, taste and budget. Design consultants and in-house installers are ready to offer assistance.

Sheet Vinyl

Today’s vinyl sheet flooring is more attractive, durable and worry-free than ever. Recent improvements have increased it’s resistance to stains, scratches, moisture and fading. And because it’s supple, vinyl is comfortable and quiet underfoot. Installing takes just a few simple steps. Vinyl sheets are available in 6’ or 12’ widths for virtually seamless installations.

Vinyl Tile

Vinyl tile lets you change the look of a room in practically no time. We have premium glue down tiles for professional installation as well as floating tiles for do-it-yourselfers. Both are available in a wide range of styles to complement any décor. You can alternate tiles to create your own pattern or opt for a single color. In addition to squares we offer planks that simulate hardwood flooring.


Enjoy the appearance of exotic wood and expensive stone at a fraction of the cost. Laminates make it easy. Manufacturers use detailed photography and special embossing techniques to replicate the look and texture of natural materials. While laminates look just like wood, stone or brick, there is an important difference. They are easy to clean and extremely resistant to scratches, stains, moisture and wear. So you get the beauty of nature in a durable floor that stands up to active living.

Laminates, available in planks and tiles, are installed without nails or glue. They are designed to be laid as a “floating floor” above your existing floor (except carpet).