Vinyl flooring is a resilient floor, the same as artificial composite floors such as rubber, PVC, plastic and linoleum. This synthetic flooring act as a cost-effective alternative to natural floors such as concrete, ceramic, marble and wood. They can be used in kitchens and around indoor pools.

Vinyl floors reduce the worry of water damage as it a 100% waterproof product.

It is thinner than conventional floors and helps with height restricted areas.

Vinyl floors are easy to clean and maintain.

High-end vinyl floors are made of 100% virgin vinyl pulp and come with new glue less installation system. Vinyl floors can also be used o clad internal feature walls.

Cleaning and Maintaining a Vinyl Floor

  • Sweep the floor daily with a broom or vacuum cleaner.
  • Wash with a damp mop, lukewarm water and a neutral detergent.
  • Clean stains immediately by hand with a nylon pad and neutral detergent. Rinse and wipe with clean water.
  • Remove lemon, vinegar and oil stains immediately as it may discolour your floor.
  • Use very diluted alcohol on blood, ink and tomato stains for a few minutes. Rinse with clean water.
  • Rubbing white spirit on marks will remove the stain.
  • Do not sand.
  • Use protective pads under furniture legs.
  • Doormats will trap most of the dirt and dust.
  • Keep hot items away from your vinyl floor.
  • Don’t clean your vinyl floor with abrasive powders, steam cleaners, acetone, and solvents. Varnish, wax or oil based products.