PVC & design flooring - durable, resistant, elastic.

Linoleum was first documented in a patent granted in the year 1627. It consists mainly of natural materials such as linseed oil, resin, wood and cork grindings, colour pigment and jute. Linoleum, which is usually of one distinct colour or marble-like in texture, is associated with a number of positive qualities. It is extremely durable and elastic and it feels warm to the human foot. It is resistant to pressure, suitable to wheelchair use, resistant to flame and resistant to the influence of oils and fatty substances. Linoleum has natural anti-static qualities, is hygienic and is biodegradable.

Vinyl and design flooring materials are pliable under the influence of heat  and long-lived. These materials are also resistant to wear and tear, easy to keep clean, elastic,  conductible and hygienic – and are used in medical facilities such as operating rooms  for this very reason. Whether they are used in wood-like  or stone décor, in one distinct colour, in a marble-like texture or in some other design, whether they are intended for private or commercial use, the most unusual and most interesting design ideas can be realized and frequently these materials are more durable than the genuine material they copy.  

Rubber-based flooring, also known as “rubber flooring”, usually consist of synthetically-produced rubber. This type of flooring combines the advantages associated with vinyl and linoleum. In addition, it offers exceptional qualities with regard to durability, slip-resistance and noise control. It is a very comfortable material to walk on.