We believe everyone is familiar with epoxy floor and PVC flooring. We mainly use epoxy floors in factory workshops, warehouses, laboratories, parking lots, and other places. It is one of the more popular floor decoration materials. Epoxy floors are resistant to strong acids and alkalies, wear resistance, and pressure resistance, impact resistance, mildew resistance, waterproof, dust-proof, and other characteristics that determine their position in the ground decoration are unquestionable. However, with the popularity of PVC flooring in recent years, more and more consumers are more inclined to PVC floorings. So how should epoxy flooring and PVC flooring be chosen?

Epoxy Floor and PVC Flooring

Here are three tips:

  • Performance comparison

The epoxy floor has strong acid and alkali resistance, wear and pressure resistance, impact resistance, mildew resistance, and waterproof and dust-proof characteristics. However, the emergence of PVC flooring has threatened the position of the epoxy floor in industrial places. PVC floor has the advantages of acid and alkali resistance, wear resistance and pressure resistance, fire and flame retardant, waterproof and moisture-proof, antibacterial and mildew proof, green and non-toxic, and anti-indentation. It is easy to clean. Compared with epoxy floors, the advantages are pretty obvious.

  • The price comparison

The price of PVC flooring is mainly affected by the production process and the thickness. When we compare prices, it is either the same process with different thicknesses or the comparison between other methods with the same thickness. There is no reference value for price comparisons between different processes and thicknesses. Similarly, if we compare the price of PVC flooring and epoxy floor, we also need to compare the same thickness. Usually, an epoxy floor of the same thickness is slightly more expensive than PVC flooring.

  • Comparison of construction time

We have two methods to install the PVC flooring. Complete glue laying and tape laying. The glue laying method needs to brush glue to dry glue, needs to be flattened by rollers, and needs to be welded. It is a little more complicated and requires professional construction masters to pave. The construction process of epoxy floors is complex, and the construction period is relatively long. Compared with the ready-to-use PVC flooring, after the epoxy is paved, it needs to be dried and put into use after various experiments.

The comparison between epoxy floor and PVC flooring is the collision of new and traditional floor materials. Each has its advantages. How to choose it depends on your own needs.

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PVC flooring and epoxy floors