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Wholesale Vinyl Flooring Is Perfect For Wherever You Need It

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Wholesale vinyl flooring is the perfect solution for people who are looking for flooring that is inexpensive, good looking, and made with high quality. Wholesale vinyl flooring is designed specifically for use in commercial, general and civil aviation applications and facilities, and it contains a hidden Tuff-Seal? interlock system and is backed by a five-year warranty. No carpet will be able to match that performance.

For almost all uses, no adhesive, installation expertise, or uncommon tools are needed. Wholesale vinyl flooring can be used in virtually any aviation building or application, including kit aircraft builders, hangers and terminals, workshops, safety and security areas, basements and below-grade areas baggage claim, concourses, ground support and maintenance, passenger bridges, emergency, repair and overhaul areas.

Wholesale vinyl flooring will stay in place and does not shift even under heavy point loads. It can be used for wayfinding and to brighten cold and uninviting hangers and other areas, such as those used by visitors, customers and employees. Vinyl flooring's cushioned feel has been shown to improve productivity and comfort, while reducing noise and dust.

Wholesale Vinyl Flooring is easily installed

Unlike other forms of flooring, wholesale vinyl flooring is easily installed over any level, clean, structurally sound surface, including tainted, moisture-problem or uncured concrete subfloors. With proper instruction, the tiles can be quickly and easily removed and re-laid in other areas as needed or moved to other sites in the case of rental facilities. Tested and resistant to most fluids, all wholesale vinyl flooring tiles are impact, fire, chemical and stain-resistant.

Most wholesale vinyl flooring meets ADA slip-resistance recommendations and ASTM specifications for F-1700 solid vinyl tile, is 100% recyclable, easy to maintain and helps meet LEED criteria. Since CenturyAVX tiles are generally not adhered to the subfloor, their cost may be fully deductible in the first year.

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