Flooring Materials and Mats Manufacturing Dubai






PROFILE OF Flooring Materials and Mats Manufacturing

Flooring plays a very important role in the look, feel and functionality of any living space. Many types of flooring tiles and materials are available and choosing the most suitable option should be done considering different aspects, such as the design of your home, your lifestyle and your budget.

There are a great number of companies in Dubai that are specialized in flooring materials and mats manufacturing. They provide an extensive range of solutions that are able to meet the needs of clients both in the private, as well as in the business sector. Their offer of products includes a variety of flooring options, such as hardwood, laminate, vinyl, ceramic flooring tiles, concrete, natural stone, linoleum, cork and bamboo, among others.

Since an increasingly diverse range of materials and flooring tiles are available nowadays, choosing the best solution might be difficult, if you are not familiar with the characteristics of each of the options. Most of the people prefer to purchase flooring tiles, which can be made of materials like vinyl, linoleum, ceramic, porcelain, laminate or bamboo.

Vinyl and linoleum are available in sheets or flooring tiles, being sold at a relatively low price, compared to other options, and being low maintenance. They are mostly recommended for damp areas, like bathroom floors. However, they are vulnerable to scratches, tears, stains and wear and might not suit all types of décor.

Ceramic and porcelain flooring tiles are available in a huge selection of colors, styles and sizes, in order to suit any type of décor. They are also considered a low maintenance and durable option and are preferred in many cases, especially for kitchen and bathroom floors. The only drawback could be that they require a level subfloor.

Laminate and bamboo flooring tiles are also available in different styles and colors and are usually resistant to stains, scratches or dents. They can be easily installed, even on top of an already existing floor. However, they are not recommended for areas with increased humidity.