Vinyl Flooring

Vinyl flooring started regaining its popularity in the last few years. Vinyl flooring can be produced in several thicknesses with normally the thickest being the most expensive.
One of the most important characteristics is its flexibility. This flexibility allows vinyl flooring to be installed in areas of the room where ceramic tiles are likely to crack.

Real linoleum (vinyl flooring) is an all-natural flooring option made of linseed oil, cork dust, wood flour, tree resins, ground limestone and pigments, all pressed onto a jute backing. It’s long-lasting, easy to clean, and often contains recycled content.

The word “linoleum” is often used incorrectly to describe any kind of sheet flooring, like PVC-based sheet vinyl, which is a very different product and without any of the eco-friendly, durable qualities of traditional linoleum.
Traditional linoleum is biodegradable, non-toxic, and formaldehyde-free, so it won’t off-gas noxious chemicals into your home.

Durable, naturally anti-static and anti-microbial, over 120+ colors and designs to choose from, non-toxic, biodegradable, made from renewable resources, easy to install and maintain, colours deepen and patinas get richer when exposed to sunlight.

Vinyl flooring from MJV Flooring

We offer vinyl flooring in a large variety of colours and patterns. Due to the thickness, scratches and chips are barely noticeable which makes this type of flooring more versatile and hard wearing than wooden flooring.
It’s the variety of colours and styles that also allows vinyl floors to mimic other materials. For example you can have a kitchen floor that looks like wood or marble when it’s actually vinyl. You get the look without the high price and all the inconveniences.  Contact MJV Flooring for free advice and quotation.

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