PVC Flooring Our PVC interlocking floor tiles provide a high-quality, slip-resistant PVC floor covering for any high-traffic area. Easily interlink our PVC tiles to cover any area of any size, with our 2 available tile sizes: 500 mm x 500 mm wide, 6 mm thick 500 mm x 500 mm, 5 mm thick PVC interlocking tiles are ideal for any high-traffic environment, especially in closed spaces that require an odourless solution. Typical applications that benefit from PVC flooring include car service centres, tyre fitment centres, gyms, kitchens, work areas or pedestrian areas in airports, and train stations. Tapered, straight and corner edging strips are available for a clean finish. Features & Benefits of Our PVC Tiles: Easy to clean Sound absorbent Offer thermal insulation Flexible & easy to install via interlocking system Water, chemical & slip-resistant with stud finish Environmentally friendly: recyclable Customisable: any colour, logo, or pattern Competitively priced: starting from R 240 per running metre Easy & cost-effective repairs: replace individual tiles as required GET FAST DELIVERY ON PVC FLOOR TILES ANYWHERE IN SOUTH AFRICA AND AFRICA! Please note that our PVC tiles are NOT recommended for heavy impact areas Frequently Asked Questions Is PVC good for flooring? Yes, PVC flooring offers many benefits. View the benefits of Truco’s PVC tiles here. Is PVC flooring better than tiles? PVC flooring is more durable in the sense that it does not chip like ceramic tiles. PVC tiles also do not require grout and can easily be replaced, unlike other tiles – ideal for high traffic zones. PVC tiles are commonly used in car service centres, tyre fitment centres, gyms, kitchens, work areas or pedestrian areas in airports, and train stations. What is the difference between vinyl and PVC flooring? Vinyl and PVC are used interchangeably to refer to the same thing as PVC stands for polyvinyl chloride.