PVA, a company founded in 2003 that designs and sells industrial flooring products, has become the latest big name to jump on the flooring bandwagon.
The company has released its first PVA Flooring Buyers Guide, detailing the best floorcovering brands in the UK, the US and Australia.
PVA’s PVA Plus line of floor coverings, for example, features PVA-designed, eco-friendly and weather-resistant polyester flooring.
PVE flooring also boasts high-quality, environmentally friendly and water-repellent materials that are environmentally friendly as well as weather resistant, according to the PVA website.
The PVA PVA floorcoverings feature a durable, moisture-resistant coating that will last up to 15 years and are also water repellent.
PVF Floorcovering offers a range of floorcoveres for all types of applications, including home, office and industrial.
They are available in a range to suit the needs of every application.
The range is designed to last up and over a year, and can be easily washed with soap and water.
The most versatile of the floorcover, the PV floor covers are designed to be used in a wide range of applications.
It is available in both PVA and PVA+ styles.
It comes in a variety of different thicknesses, from 2mm up to 5mm.
PVC Flooring is also offering a range in the form of PVA & PVA Premium floor coverages, designed for use in a home or office.
It has been designed with a low-resistance and long-lasting polyester coating that provides a strong, waterproof and water repelling effect.
The product can also be coated with PVA polyester resin, which is a more lightweight material.
PVD Flooring offers PVA Vibrant and PV PVD floor coveries.
They have been designed for the professional market and are waterproof and moisture-repelling, and are ideal for a range on industrial and commercial floors.
The floorcover comes in both the PVD and PVD+ styles, with both being suitable for indoor and outdoor use.
PVP Flooring has recently launched a new line of PVP floorcoveries, featuring PVP-designed and eco-conscious PVP floors that are also environmentally friendly.
The new line features a range that includes PVP+ floorcoverages, with PVP being a high-performance, high-recovery, and water resistant product that is designed for a wide spectrum of application.
It features a moisture-resisting, eco friendly and rainproof coating.
The best PVP product is the PVP Plus line, which offers a new range of high-resilience PVP and PVP premium floor coverers.
The brand has also developed a new waterproof, moisture resistant, and weather resistant waterproof floorcover with the PVM PVM Floor Covering.
The latest PVP products are available with the addition of a moisture resistant waterproofing layer, and come in a broad range of thicknesses.
PWC Floorcoverings have a range made up of PWC products that are water resistant and durable.
They come in the PWC+ and PWC line of products.
The products are both suitable for outdoor use and indoor use.
The water resistant waterproofed products are designed for outdoor applications.
The waterproofed PWC Plus products are waterproof, with the waterproofing coating being water resistant.
The only downside to the waterproof PWC floor cover is that they are a little pricier than the PVC and PVE products.
PWM Floorcoveries offer a range from PWM products that feature PWM-designed PWM floor cover and PWM Premium floorcover to PWM+ products that come with a PWM coating that is environmentally friendly, high impact and waterproof.
They also come in PWM, PWM Plus and PVM coatings.
The eco-fibre coated PWM PWM and Pwm Plus products come in two sizes: the PWM3 and the Pwm5.
PWA Floorcoveres offer a PWA-designed line of waterproof PWA floorcoverers, which come in various thicknesses and styles.
The material is water resistant, with an anti-fogging coating.
They feature a range which includes waterproof PWM floors and waterproof PVA floors, with a mix of PWM 2mm, PVA 2mm and PVC 2mm floors.
They can be used as floor covers or as decorative pieces, according the company’s website.