Choosing the Right Vinyl Floor

What kind of vinyl should I use?
When would I use vinyl flooring?
How does the humidity of the ground affect the glue/adhesive used in floor covering installation?
When would I use luxury vinyl planks (LVP)?



What kind of vinyl should I use?

Vinyl Composite Tiles

Vinyl Luxury Planks

Vinyl sheets

 

 

 

Method of Installation according to your needs

  • With or without vapor barrier underneath  to limit moisture to seep from the bottom
  • Installation over other vinyl tiles
  • Direct glued down:
    • Permanent installation
    • Pressure sensitive

Method of Installation according to your needs

  • Direct glue to groun

Method of Installation according to your needs

  • Wall to wall
  • Direct glued down:
    • Permanent installation

Ecological impact

Ecological impact

Ecological impact

Specialized Product
Static Dissipative Tiles (SDT)

 

Specialized Product

Specialized Product

Manufacturers:
Azrock- Johnsonite/Tarkett - Prosol
Shnier-Armstrong
Mannington - Melmart
Citadel Elements - Centura

Manufacturers:
Johnsonite / Tarkett
Mannington - Melmart

Manufacturers:
Johnsonite / Tarkett

When would I use vinyl flooring?
      Flexibility and an endless choice of colour are advantages of the vinyl flooring goods. Its low maintenance only requires wax. High durability is decent. Price-ratio

How does the humidity of the ground affect the glue/adhesive used in floor covering installation?

When would I use luxury vinyl planks (LVP)?
      If your budget is limited but want to give it a classy look with hardwood flooring or ceramic. A solution is to install luxury vinyl planks. Photogravure creates realistic 3-D photo replica of natural materials such as ceramic, textile and wood on the vinyl. Luxury vinyl plank is at a fraction of the price of ceramic and hardwood flooring. Used in commercial settings it can be installed in board rooms or offices. LVP is suitable for a variety of areas with high traffic. It’s durability is due to a coating on top layer is resistant to scuff, dent, scratch and stain.