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PVC Flooring, short for polyvinyl chloride, is a popular style of plastic flooring that is available in firm to flexible interlocking tiles and soft open grid rolls.
PVC plastic flooring is generally flexible. There are many types of PVC flooring products, from interlocking garage tile and decking to workout flooring, entryway and anti-fatigue mat options, and raised modular products. In areas in the home exposed to dampness, such as a shower or a basement, you’ll appreciate the waterproof features of PVC plastic flooring, as it will resist the formation of mold and mildew.
Top Q & A's
- Can you use PVC floor tiles for home gym or exercise flooring? Yes! Ashley Radetich uses our Staylock Orange Peel Tiles for her home gym setup in her basement.
- What are the Pros and Cons of PVC flooring? For customers who are seeking to install PVC flooring, read about the pros and cons of PVC before making the purchase.
- Where is PVC flooring being used? PVC flooring is used in many different settings, from a garage, gym, basement, pool deck, and patio, to roof decks, balconies, factories, warehouses, and more.
- Is PVC flooring waterproof and can it be used outdoors? Yes and Yes! Some types of PVC floor tiles are made to be used outdoors and can be used in areas that would repeatedly get wet. These tiles may have perforations that run through the entire thickness of the material, allowing water to drain through to the subfloor or ground underneath.
InstallationWhere to Install: PVC Flooring can be installed over concrete, wood, dirt or gravel as long as you install on a firm and flat surface. Doug installed the Patio Outdoor Tile over his existing wood deck and the result was ''phenomenal!''
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