What are the benefits of Rhinoflooring?
As stated, this type of flooring is both tough and resilient, so it will, therefore, stand the test of time. A lot of vinyl flooring can be prone to scratches and even tears. However, Rhinofloor offers strong layers which won’t show signs of damage and are resistant to scuffs. Therefore this type of flooring is incredibly low maintenance and is suitable for homes with young children or pets. Alternatively, it can be used in commercial spaces as a low cost and stylish solution. No matter how much footfall this flooring endures, it will look stunning for years to come.
On top of that, this type of flooring is also waterproof, so you don’t need to worry about spills or stains. This is why it’s a popular solution for bathrooms and kitchens. Because of the soft materials used, Rhinofloor is also comfortable underfoot and comes with slip resistance, so you won’t need to worry about any accidents.
Another benefit is the aesthetic. Rhinofloor vinyl can easily recreate the look of solid wood or tiles while being a fraction of the cost and significantly easier to look after. Whether you’re after a stunning oak finish or glossy black and white tiles, vinyl can help you achieve your vision.
Where can I lay Rhinoflooring?
As stated, this type of flooring is waterproof, so unlike solid wood or engineered wood, your options are endless when it comes to laying your floor. This type of flooring works well in bathrooms, kitchens, conservatories, but also living rooms and dining rooms or offices. It’s suitable for any room in the house.
It’s also incredibly easy to lay yourself and can be installed with a loose installation method, or double-sided tape, or glue depending on the size of the room. Read more about vinyl installation methods here.
Rhinofloor ranges and styles
Rhinofloor offers several ranges to ensure you can find the perfect floor for you, including Rhinofloor Original, Contemporary, Elite, Super Delux and Rhinofloor XL grip. There’s also further choice when it comes to colours, styles and textures.
For example, Rhinofloor’s wide range of wood designs feature a walnut, a light oak, a dark oak and a maple shade with the typical characteristics of real wood but without the hefty price tag. This way you can achieve a rustic wooden look in rooms which you cannot typically lay wood, such as oak effect flooring in the bathroom.
If you prefer the look of tiles, Rhinofloor has tile vinyl flooring in all shapes and sizes, whether you’d like the look of small quirky tiles or bigger pieces. These are again available in neutral colours such as white, black and beige which can seamlessly blend into your existing colour schemes and offer a classic and evergreen style. For something a little more unique, the tile vinyl flooring is also available in bold blues, bronzes or even geometric prints. Whether you prefer a traditional aesthetic or want a contemporary room, you can find the perfect floor for you.
If you have any questions about the Rhinofloor products we offer, or if you’re unsure which one may be best for your needs, please don’t hesitate to get in touch with our friendly sales team by calling 03301000015. Remember you can also test samples in your home for free.