What’s the difference between Norsk PVC Tiles, Epoxy Paint, and Polypropylene Tiles?

visitez leur site web Knowing what makes our products better than the other guys is important, and a question we love getting asked! Do you know the difference between Norsk PVC tiles and Epoxy paint/polypropylene tiles? You’ll see the last two types of materials in tiles made by our competitors. The below table showcases the Norsk difference: Norsk PVC Tiles vs. Epoxy Paint and Polypropylene Tiles Norsk PVC Tiles Read On »

What size are the PVC tiles and how much area does a box cover?

PVC Tiles Size = 18.3″ x 18.3″ x .250″ = 2.32 sq. ft. Package Sizes: 6-pack box covers 13.95 sq. ft. Each box weight is approximately 17 lbs. Ask Norsk: How do I calculate how many PVC tiles I need? Watch Bob Paige, Vice President of Sales at Norsk explain below: If you have further questions about our products, please feel free to browse the Read On »

What can I do to minimize waste during the flooring installation process?

No matter which flooring installation instructions you’ve choose to use, in this scenario the garage door will be considered the front of the garage and left and right will be determined based on standing at the garage door and looking in. Measure the front opening of your garage floor and mark the center. Place a single tile centered on the center point of that line. Read On »

Can we replace PVC tiles that are worn or damaged?

Trying to replace a polypropylene tile in the middle of a floor can be a real nightmare. Since most manufacturers use a male/female locking system, it is very hard to do. This can require removal of an entire row to get to that one tile. Multi-purpose PVC tiles provide ultimate flexibility, allowing you to access and replace tiles in any part of the floor without Read On »

What’s the difference between a commercial application and a garage application?

Commercial Applications The surface to be covered is defined as the “subfloor.” The subfloor condition will determine the ultimate outcome of the installation. Clean the subfloor so that it is free of moisture, dirt, grease, or other foreign materials. Remove all protrusions such as high spots, nails, bolts, sand, dirt, etc. Fill all voids or cracks that are greater than ¼” wide with an appropriate Read On »