PVC flooring (tile and roll)

PVC flooring consists of several compact layers. To make this flooring, a kind of plastic material such as polyvinyl chloride is used.
The top layer of these floors is anti-UV and does not lose its color in sunlight. Moisture resistance makes it a great choice for wet places.
Scratch and stain resistance, ensuring high durability and worry-free maintenance are other advantages of these floors. Also, its price is much more suitable compared to the laminate and parquet floors.
These floors are, to some extent, sound and heat insulation. They can be easily disinfected with the help of a Squeegee and detergents. This flooring can be easily repaired due to the easy replacement of its tiles. It is also very easy to install.
These floors have a lot of variety. They are non-slip and have a relatively good fire resistance compared to other floors. Disadvantages of PVC flooring include the following:
PVC flooring is made from oil derivatives, so they look relatively unnatural and are not environmentally friendly. Also, the chemicals used in this flooring can cause problems due to contact with the eyes and other parts of the body.
Placing heavy objects on PVC floors for a long time causes the deformation of that part of the floor.