VINYL 
 

Vinyl flooring is made from synthetic materials. It is a perfect fit for public interior. It means that you will be able to use Vinyl flooring in a shopping centre, offices, doctor's offices, and other premises. Vinyl floors have become one of the most popular surfaces for public interior because of its easy maintenance and longevity. Even several years later Vinyl flooring looks as new as on the day of laying. Vinyl floors are also easy to install. Vinyl surface will also be perfectly suitable for other spaces with significant movement. Vinyl flooring comes in many textures, which means that Vinyl floors can even resemble ceramic tiles or parquet. Another benefit of Vinyl floors is that Vinyl surface is also suitable for heated floors.

 

 

LINOLEUM

 

Natural linoleum is made exclusively from natural, chemically unprocessed materials. It even contains linseed oil, natural gum, cork, limestone and other materials. Linoleum is eco-friendly flooring. Linoleum will also help to maintain hygiene, as it does not support the growth of bacteria and fungi. Furthermore, linoleum has even more advantages. First of all, linoleum is durable. It is also easy to maintain. Besides, it is resistant to furniture wheels, mechanical load, chemicals, and heat. Linoleum is excellent for hospitals, kindergartens, schools. It can also be adjusted to residential premises or commercial spaces.

 

 

CARPET

 

Carpet provides a sense of comfort and cosiness. Carpet is also cheaper than, for example, parquet. These are not the only benefits of carpet. Carpet does not cause allergies and improves sound and heat isolation. Carpet not only creates cosy environment, but is also perfectly suitable for underfloor heating. Another important factor is the fact that carpet is non-slippery, which reduces the possibility of slips and accidents. Carpet is easy to customize to interior, since carpet selection nowadays is really generous. Carpet is durable, long-lasting and practical flooring. It is important to know that carpet flooring should be selected according to wear resistance classes. For example, carpets with higher resistance should be selected for premises where the movement of people is more significant.