Vinyl flooring is a resilient plastic floor consisting of several layers: a base, a fiberglass cover, a design and a finish.

The durability of vinyl depends on the thickness of the layers and the strength of the substrate.

Additional coating increases scratch and abrasion resistance.

aesthetic possibility

Vinyl is available in countless colors and designs, and can mimic other floor coverings (e.g. tile, hardwood…) and original fantasy designs. Even designs that incorporate graphics seamlessly are possible.


Vinyl floors are very easy to maintain. Weekly vacuuming and regular cleaning with a cleaner designed for vinyl floors is sufficient.

Place it almost anywhere in your home, and even in damp places (as long as the adhesive doesn’t dissolve in water), it will still look like a million bucks.


Vinyls are available in thicknesses ranging from 1 to 3.5 mm and widths of 2, 3 and 4 meters. Remember that heavy duty floors require a stronger and thicker mass than heavy duty floors.

Advantages of vinyl floors

* Widest range of colors and designs

If you want to mimic the look and texture of natural materials like wood, stone or pottery, or if you prefer a design that only modern printing techniques can achieve, vinyl flooring offers the widest range of designs and colors of any story category.

* Excellent purchase

If you’re a dealer, vinyl panels have one of the best price-to-earnings prices for condos compared to other flooring.

* Adaptation and resistance underfoot

It is easier to stand on vinyl for extended periods of time than other hard surfaces. Its elasticity is more forgiving of containers or objects that fall to the ground. Comfortable vinyl construction for more flexible joints in children and seniors.

* low maintenance

Vinyl requires minimal maintenance, much less than any other class of units.


Vinyl sheets do not absorb liquids and are perfect for any room in your home, especially bathrooms and kitchens. It also has fewer seams than vinyl tile, so there’s less water and dirt.

* Install anywhere

Vinyl can be used below, above, or above the ground for most subfloors (except carpet).

* Vinyl sheets are available in widths of 6′ or 12′ (1.8 m or 3.6 m), which create a more uniform-looking installation.

* Sound absorbing effect

* never feel cold

Disadvantages of vinyl floors* Less durable than some other floor coverings (e.g. tile, linoleum…)

* The quality varies greatly, please make sure the quality of the floor is suitable for use

* Does not increase home value

Vinyl sheets are less likely to increase the monetary value of your home than natural floor products.

* Easier to scratch or open

The best vinyls are more susceptible to openings and other sustainability issues. For high usage areas, vinyl is best installed thicker and of better quality.

* It is not very friendly to other floors (laminated vinyl tiles without adhesive)

Vinyl board installation is not very complicated for office workers, but it requires precision and preparation. Before laying on the floor, the subsoil must be prepared, smooth, level and dry. After the floor is placed, it can be difficult to seal the seams. When a board is required, it is best to have it installed by a professional.

* Should allow expansion and contraction

Subfloors shrink and expand with changes in temperature and humidity.

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