Pros and Cons of Commercial Vinyl Flooring

Vinyl is a popular flooring choice that has great utility in rooms such as the kitchen, bathroom, waiting areas, retail shops, dentists’ office etc. Additionally, there are different types of vinyl being either sheets or tiles also coming in different sizes. Sometimes commercial vinyl flooring is the perfect fit for a building and other times not, the pros and cons of Vinyl will be discussed below.


  • Durable under heavy foot traffic:

Commercial vinyl flooring available in Sydney is extremely durable and flexible. It is able to withstand mass amounts of traffic and stress.

  • 100% Water resistant:

One of the biggest advantages of Vinyl Flooring that customers look for in commercial floors is water resistance. In areas where water spillage is common or wetness guaranteed vinyl flooring is highly advised.

  • Ease of maintenance:

Commercially vinyl flooring is efficient and affordable as it is super easer to clean. Just a regular sweep and weekly mop is as far as you need to go to keep your floors looking fresh.


  • Prone to punctures

Vinyl flooring is one of the softer types of commercial flooring.  Softer than woods and tiles, vinyl can easily be punctured by very sharp objects.

  • Discoloration/fading

This is more common with plank flooring as the top layer of vinyl is not UV resistant meaning areas that are exposed to significant  sunlight are prone to fading.

  • Difficult to recycle

It is very rare to find a recycler for vinyl. This is because vinyl is not biodegradable and a great challenge to recycle. Lots of vinyl can be wasted for commercial flooring leaving it stagnant in a tip.  


Recent Posts



Our Suppliers

  • vinyl
  • carpet
  • timber
  • rubber