Vinyl Floor Or Tiles – Which Flooring Is Better

You have to choose between the vinyl floor and tiles and do not know how to do it? We help you! In this article, we show you what is important in the two-floor coverings and what you should consider. Vinyl floor or tiles: Depending on the situation and the requirement, the other floor covering may be the better choice for you.

You Have To Know About The Vinyl Floor

Vinyl flooring is composed of a type of thermoplastic polyvinyl chloride (abbreviated PVC or vinyl), various fillers, stabilizers, and plasticizers. This composition gives the vinyl floor its typical and unique characteristics: it is very robust, elastic, and pleasantly warm to the feet. The classic PVC, which you z. B. from the hard PVC pipes, so it is distinguishable from the vinyl we know today. Also, vinyl tile flooring box price [ราคา กระเบื้อง ยาง ปู พื้น กล่อง ละ which is the term in Thai] is often referred to as a design floor.

Attention: Cheap imported products may contain harmful plasticizers. However, most well-known vinyl flooring manufacturers already use only harmless plasticizers. Nevertheless, we advise you to inform yourself before purchasing from the dealer. In our flat vinyl floors, only harmless plasticizers are use.

Which Tile Types Are There

The tiles are divided into three types: stoneware, stoneware, and porcelain stoneware. Each type of tile has its special properties and uses. 

  • Stoneware tiles (also called wall tiles) are the weakest pressed tiles. They are laid exclusively on walls, so they do not have to be so robust either. Their water absorption is up to 15%
  • Stoneware tiles (also called floor tiles) are significantly more compact than the stoneware tiles. Accordingly, they are also more robust and have a lower water absorption of only up to 3%. These tiles can be laid on floors and walls
  • Porcelain stoneware tiles (also called floor tiles) are the densest and most durable tiles. Their water absorption is a maximum of 0.5%. These tiles can be laid anywhere: on floors and walls, in bathrooms and showers, indoors and outdoors

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Scarlett Rae Coleman: Scarlett, a residential architect, shares design ideas, architectural trends, and tips for planning a home remodel.