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Vinyl Flooring

Vinyl flooring is a type of synthetic flooring material that is made from polyvinyl chloride (PVC) and other additives. It is known for its versatility, durability, and wide range of design options. Vinyl flooring can be found in both residential and commercial spaces and is a popular choice for various reasons. Here are some key characteristics and information about vinyl flooring:

1. Composition: Vinyl flooring is made from layers of PVC, which is a type of plastic. These layers typically include:

  • A wear layer: This topmost layer provides resistance to scratches, stains, and wear and tear.

  • A printed or decorative layer: This layer features high-quality printing technology to create various patterns and designs, including wood, stone, tile, and more.

  • A core layer: This layer provides structural stability to the flooring. In some cases, it may contain added materials like fiberglass for increased strength.

  • A backing layer: The backing layer adds support and stability to the flooring and can also provide some insulation.

2. Types of Vinyl Flooring:

  • Vinyl Sheet Flooring: Vinyl sheets come in large rolls and are typically installed in one continuous piece, minimizing seams. This type is commonly used in areas like bathrooms and kitchens.

  • Vinyl Tile Flooring: Vinyl tiles are individual pieces that can be arranged in various patterns, mimicking the look of ceramic or stone tiles.

  • Luxury Vinyl Plank (LVP) Flooring: LVP resembles hardwood flooring and comes in plank shapes. It often features realistic wood textures and grain patterns.

  • Luxury Vinyl Tile (LVT) Flooring: LVT is similar to LVP but resembles natural stone or ceramic tile. It is available in tile-shaped pieces and offers a wide range of design options.

3.  Durability: Vinyl flooring is highly durable and resistant to common forms of damage such as scratches, dents, and stains. This makes it suitable  for high-traffic areas in both residential and commercial spaces.

4. Water Resistance: One of vinyl flooring's significant advantages is its inherent water resistance. It can withstand moisture without warping or damage, making it a popular choice for bathrooms, kitchens, and basements.

5. Easy Maintenance: Vinyl flooring is easy to clean and maintain. Regular sweeping or vacuuming, along with occasional mopping, is typically all that's needed to keep it looking its best.

6. Comfort Underfoot: Many vinyl flooring products come with a cushioned backing or an additional underlayment, providing some comfort underfoot and helping to reduce noise.

7. Affordability: Vinyl flooring is generally more budget-friendly than natural materials like hardwood, stone, or ceramic tile.


8. Design Options: Vinyl flooring offers a wide variety of colors, patterns, and styles. It can replicate the appearance of natural materials, allowing for a wide range of design possibilities.


  1. Easy Installation: Many vinyl flooring products are designed for easy installation, including options like peel-and-stick, click-and-lock, or glue-down methods. This makes it a practical choice for DIY projects.

​​In summary, vinyl flooring is a versatile and practical flooring choice known for its durability, water resistance, affordability, and design flexibility. It is suitable for a wide range of applications and is a popular flooring option in today's market.



Commonly installed in offices, residentials, schools, commercial buildings, retail outlets, etc.


Vinyl Flooring 

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2mm / 3mm Luxury Vinyl

SIZE   : 3MM X 152.4MM X 914.4MM

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