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Plank vinyl flooring is commonly manufactured four or six inches wide by three or four feet long. It has the look of hardwood but is much easier to install and maintain, and is a lot less expensive. It has the look of hardwood but is much easier to install and maintain, and is a lot less expensive.
The Flooring Decor is a Singapore-based company, specializing in both wood and vinyl floorings. We provide flooring products and services ranging from vinyl and laminate to engineered wood and hardwood, in Singapore as well as across the Asian region.
NOX (www.noxprime.com) NOX, an unique brand from Korea, has been a leading company in the world of vinyl flooring tiles today. The brand has made its achievements by getting international certification such as ISO 9001, Japan Industrial Standard (JIS) and Korean standard (KS).
Vinyl flooring is one of the most durable flooring and a rising star in the Singapore flooring market. It is manufactured using a type of plastic called polyvinyl chloride (PVC). PVC is an extremely versatile material which is used in the manufacturing process of products such as insulation for electric cables, handbags, clothing and furniture.
Jotterwood best flooring company Singapore is the sole distributor for RAV. Floor, designer wood floor and tiles for commercial, homes, retails and projects.
We are a supplier of vinyl floor distributing resilient vinyl flooring, vinyl sheet, click and lock vinyl flooring and carpet tiles in Singapore.