Why choose vinyl?
Vinyl, or PVC, is a supple plastic with attractive benefits for flooring. Vinyl used to be supplied as floor covering on rolls, but its full potential is reached in the form of boards and tiles. Viligno LVT flooring offers many obvious advantages over other types of floor covering, such as carpeting, parquet and laminate. It is ideally suitable for ‘wet’ areas such as kitchens, bathrooms and toilets and can be combined with floor heating.
The exceptional walking comfort of a Viligno Vinyl floor Walking barefoot on a tiled floor in winter is not a pleasant feeling. After all, a tiled floor is hard and will always feel cold to the touch. Viligno floors, on the other hand, retain a degree of pliability, so that your body weight doesn’t press so hard on your feet. Viligno floors feel naturally warm and prevent the ‘cold feet syndrome’, so that your general feeling of wellbeing increases considerably. Viligno opens up a whole new world of comfort. Unrivalled acoustic comfort with Viligno Noise is one of the biggest nuisances of our time – external noises, but also those disturbing contact noises within the home. Sound travels so easily from one room to another. The problem is even worse in flats. Neighbours moving tables and chairs, the constant walking around and various other contact noises can be very annoying. Viligno soundproofing floors put an end to this auditory discomfort.
They are remarkably sound-absorbing and footsteps as well as shifting chairs and falling objects become almost inaudible. The soundproofing qualities of a Viligno floor are demonstrably better than those of the average laminate floor provided with a special subfloor. Renovation is easy with Viligno You do not need to worry about renovation projects – at least, not as far as the flooring is concerned. Viligno floors, despite their extreme durability, are only 2.5 or 4 mm thick, which is considerably thinner than the thinnest laminate. So you don’t need to break up the old floor.