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Choosing the right PVC flooring

PVC flooring includes a variety of coverings such as vinyl or lino. There is an infinite range of visual aspects: natural wood and parquet effect, mineral look or coloured geometric patterns. Highly appreciated by private individuals and professionals alike, they are easy to install and use, and offer decorative effects that can be used to personalise homes, events and business premises.

PVC flooring: what do you need to know?

PVC was originally a plastic with unbeatable value for money. Very easy to use and produce, it is available in a wide range of floor coverings. When it comes to decoration and design, PVC can be used to create original compositions, including colours, patterns and natural visual effects.

PVC is available in several types of floor covering: mainly vinyl and lino. It can be used to create much-appreciated decorative effects on the floor, as well as providing acoustic and even thermal protection.

Contrary to popular belief, PVC is a material with minimal ecological impact. Today's PVC coverings are generally made from recycled plastics. They are also very economical, as they are made from reusable plastic components. Please note that the price of PVC vinyl siding depends on the visual effects (stone, wood, parquet or decorative), patterns and design of each type of product.

What are the different types of PVC flooring?

This floor covering, popular with private individuals and professionals alike, can be packaged in the form of tiles to be laid on the floor, strips or rolls to be cut by the metre (in length or width). The value for money of PVC flooring is excellent, whether vinyl or linoleum, which explains the wide variety of product choices available and the excellent consumer reviews.

PVC is used in classrooms, professional events, children's bedrooms, kitchens and reception halls. Individuals who want a natural parquet effect in their kitchen can opt for vinyl or PVC strips and install the clip-in tiles in the same way as a traditional parquet floor. If, on the other hand, you're looking for a more modern design, you can opt for a roll of PVC with a mineral look or printed patterns.

PVC flooring and decorative effects

PVC floors can be used to give any space a real personal touch. There are lino models that reproduce real wood floors to perfection: oak effect, natural effect, etc. Vinyl with a parquet look is also widely used in children's bedrooms and living rooms. PVC products can be used to create unique styles and looks: stone, marble, etc. Some vinyl coverings (also available in cut-to-size rolls) can be used to create paving that reproduces the visual appearance of tiles. You can also take advantage of PVC products pre-printed with themed decorative motifs: children's rooms, wedding themes, etc.

With the right professionals, you can ask for a sample of vinyl or lino to get a good idea of the visual appearance of the flooring so you can make the right choice. A complete range of PVC tiles can be used to create a unique, trendy design scheme. We can imagine serene communal spaces and create a natural atmosphere, or prefer a modern, classic design in a hotel room or customer reception area.

A closer look at the benefits of PVC flooring

PVC on a roll can be used to create floor coverings for all types of business premises, private homes and temporary events. Vinyl, for example, considerably reduces walking noise and attenuates the acoustic disturbance caused by the footsteps of people in offices, open spaces and communal housing.

As a protective material, PVC can be used to create classrooms or children's bedrooms that are stylish and safe. PVC flooring is also extremely hard-wearing, making it an essential choice for high-traffic areas such as reception halls and waiting rooms. Parquet-type PVC products are widely used to create waiting rooms or lobbies with a serene design and atmosphere.

Durable and easy to maintain, PVC can be cleaned with water and the usual cleaning products. The other advantages of PVC vinyl flooring are numerous: it is moisture-resistant, making it suitable for bathroom areas, stain-resistant and adds softness and warmth to floors. These technical advantages mean that PVC is used in many structures, including hospitals and town halls.

Installing a PVC floor

It's very easy to lay PVC flooring on rolls: simply place the tiles on the floor and fix them with a suitable adhesive if necessary. Some models are clip-on and can also be installed directly on cement slabs. This is one of the reasons why PVC flooring is so popular for renovation projects.

Very quick to glue, PVC flooring is suitable for both small and large spaces and can be installed in three main ways:

  • The technique of clip-on floorboards and tiles, which are easy to handle and clip in place.
  • The fish-laying technique, which offers great stability and is ideal for positioning PVC vinyl tiles.
  • Loose laying is a technique that is only used for laying PVC flooring on rolls.

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