Vinyl Flooring

Seeking affordable luxury that mimics marble?  

 Vinyl tiles provide an elegant, budget-friendly choice.

Want a contemporary whitewashed wood appearance?   

Consider vinyl flooring. The appeal of luxury waterproof vinyl plank flooring lies in its stunning variety of styles and designs.

Waterproof vinyl plank flooring offers exquisite natural aesthetics at a fraction of the price of real stone and wood. They come with a waterproof and highly robust core layer, coupled with a protective surface that shields against daily scuffs and scratches.

Types of Vinyl Flooring

LVT Vinyl Flooring

1. Offers high-end stone and hardwood aesthetics without the high cost.
2. Features a thicker, durable wear layer for water and scratch resistance.
3. Ease of Installation: LVT can be installed with glue or as a loose-lay floor, reducing installation time and costs.
4. Comfort and Affordability: LVT flooring provides a comfortable, sound-reducing surface.
5. Easy to clean, moisture-resistant, and chip-resistant.

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SPC Vinyl Plank Flooring

1. Our waterproof SPC vinyl plank floorings are crafted from super-strong stone plastic composite, combining strength, durability, flexibility, and easy installation.
2. These planks snap effortlessly into place. 100% waterproof with a denser, stone-reinforced core, 40% denser than any other SPC vinyl plank flooring.

SPC flooring

WPC Vinyl Flooring

While ‘W’ means wood, it’s a composite blend, not traditional wood.
It combines wood flour or fibers with heated thermoplastic resins.
This combo excels in care, durability, and water resistance.

1. Offers a genuine wood appearance.
2. Known for durability and longevity.
3. Maintains dimensional stability.
4. Waterproof by nature.
2. Simple care and maintenance.

Main Features

Waterproof Core

Sound Reducing Pad

Sound Reducing Pad

Fast&Secure Clip System

Fast&Secure Clip System

Beveled Edge

Beveled Edge

Vinyl Flooring Care

1.Regularly sweep or vacuum to remove dirt and debris.
2.Active households should pay attention to the wear layer.
3.The wear layer shields against scratches, scuffs, and stains.
4.In busy homes, opt for a thicker wear layer.

More Styles

How it Works

You decide

Choose a system that suits your style

We help you design

Customize your system to fit your space

We take care of the rest

Engineering, Production, Delivery


Vinyl suits almost any room! Wood-look vinyl planks enhance open layouts, and vinyl tiles replicating natural stone create a spa-like bathroom retreat.

Vinyl and laminate have no inherent superiority. The superior choice depends on your lifestyle and aesthetic preferences. Both offer durability, numerous color options, and water resistance, making cleanup simple.

Vinyl flooring, like all flooring choices, has its advantages and disadvantages. Some of its benefits are affordability, water resistance, underfoot comfort, resilience, and a wide range of design possibilities.

Vinyl flooring is recognized for its outstanding strength. It’s crafted to endure constant foot traffic, making it perfect for busy zones like hallways, kitchens, and living spaces. This type of flooring resists scratches, stains, and dents, ensuring its long-lasting, attractive look.

Vinyl flooring can handle hefty furniture and appliances, but it’s wise to employ furniture pads or gliders to evenly disperse weight and thwart any impressions. With these steps, you’ll maintain your vinyl flooring in top-notch shape even with substantial loads.

Vinyl flooring is impressively tough and can endure daily use without issue. It features a protective wear layer that functions as a barrier against scratches, marks, and spills, preserving the original look of your vinyl flooring, even in busy spots.

Vinyl flooring is UV-resistant, ensuring it can endure extended exposure to sunlight without fading or changing color. This quality makes it ideal for rooms with substantial windows or areas that receive abundant daylight.

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