• 15 - 35 Year warranty
  • 100% sustainable

Discover the Floer Tile Vinyl collection, which consists of soft stone format vinyl floors that feel comfortable and warm. Do you want a tile floor in your home, but do you think real tiles are too cold and bleak? The Floer vinyl is flexible, feels soft to the touch and allows heat to pass through excellently: optimal efficiency for your underfloor heating! Moreover, the Floer vinyl tiles have a beautiful textured surface and a micro bevel all around. This results in an unprecedented realistic result! The Floer Tile Vinyl floors are available in sizes of 121,9 x 60,9 cm, and 91,4 x 45,7 cm. The Floer Tile Vinyl collection is produced eco-friendly with a natural bio-plasticiser derived from soybeans and comes with a 20-year manufacturer’s warranty! The dryback tile vinyl floors are water- and scratch-resistant and come with a 20 year warranty. This makes them extremely suitable for damp rooms, such as bathrooms and kitchens!

Tile Vinyl Floors

Floer-dealer-kart-netherlands-picture-6Tile Vinyl floors feel warm and soft to the touch. Did you know that these vinyl tile floors are very suitable for underfloor heating? The tile vinyl floors have a heat resistance of 0,028 m2K/W, which allows you to get the highest efficiency from your underfloor heating. The stone vinyl tiles are made for the bathroom and kitchen, but also the living room and bedroom. The tough concrete look of these vinyl tiles create a charming interior. In addition to concrete look vinyl tiles, there are also tiles with a stone slate look, mottled granite and even vinyl tiles with a marble look!

Vinyl Tiles

Floer Tile Vinyl floors are available in various colours. Would you like to try something else? An anthracite vinyl tile floor is exactly in between black and grey. Rather have a dryback tile floor in a light grey colour? In addition to dryback vinyl tile floors in dark black, light tile vinyl floors are very wanted. Would you like to go even lighter than light? Go for a white vinyl tile floor!

Floer-Tile-Vinyl-floor-Concrete-Grey-product-11Rather have a Do-It-Yourself floor?

Are you looking for a floor that you can install yourself, but don’t want a laminate floor? Discover the realistic oak design floors from the Nature Rigid Click Vinyl floor collection. These rigid click vinyl floors are easy to install by yourself, have beautiful oak designs, oak textured surfaces and all the benefits of vinyl floors. The vinyl tile collection is also available as Rigid Click Vinyl Tile floors and Rigid Click Vinyl Herringbone floors!

Which is better: Rigid Click Vinyl or Dryback Vinyl?

Dryback tile vinyl and Rigid Click Vinyl Tiles are two different floors. The main difference is in the installation method; tile rigid click vinyl floors are fixed with a click system, while dryback vinyl tiles are glued to the subfloor. So, which one is better? Both types of flooring are superb! It depends on your subfloor and on your preferences which type of floor would best suit you. Are you curious about the differences between dryback tiles and rigid click tile floors? Watch one of the FloerTube videos below to discover all the differences between dryback vinyl floors and rigid click vinyl floors!

Sustainable Vinyl Tile Flooring

All vinyl floors from Floer are eco-friendly and sustainably produced. This makes these sturdy XL concrete look vinyl tiles ideal for any interior. You also don’t have to worry about whether this vinyl floor is safe, since it is! This is proven by the emission class A+ quality mark, REACH certificate and DIBT quality mark, among others. The REACH certificate has been granted to these floors because no harmful substances are used during production. This ensures a clean production process. Soybean oil is used as a plasticiser in the production of synthetic floors. This makes these vinyl floors ‘phthalate-free’. This indicates that no chemical softener was used during production. In addition, the tile vinyl floors are very suitable for intensive domestic use, and can even be used for industrial purposes.

Installing Tile Vinyl

We always recommend to have your vinyl tile floor installed by a professional, since this is a fairly specialised job. Before you can install the vinyl floor, you have to level the floor to avoid any irregularities. You can then install a vinyl floor using adhesive. Do you have enough experience in installing vinyl flooring? Then, of course, you can try to do this yourself and make use of the convenient installation tips from the blogs. You will not only find installation tips for laying tile floors, but also instructions on how to install laminate and Rigid Click Vinyl floors!

Tile Vinyl for the Office, Cafetaria or Showroom floor

Did you know that Tile Vinyl is very suitable for business use? Office or shop floors have to endure a lot and have to be strong enough for that. Floer Tile Vinyl has a very high usage class and is even suitable for industrial use! Are you looking for a cafetaria floor that doesn’t get dirty easily? Then choose a dark tile vinyl floor. Tile vinyl flooring is also very suitable for underfloor heating in office spaces, thanks to its low thermal resistance. Moreover, these 100% water-resistant tile floors are naturally easy to mop and keep clean.

More Dryback Vinyl Floors

In addition to vinyl tiles with a concrete look, you can also find many other dryback vinyl floors in our assortment. Are you crazy about herringbone patterned floors? Check out the Herringbone Vinyl collection! Or its bigger brother, the impressive Whalebone Vinyl! Next to these pattern floors you can find other floors with a wood look in our assortment, but in a straight pattern. You can choose from various oak design colours in the Village Vinyl floor collection. Rather have a wider vinyl floor in your home? Go for wide vinyl from the Forest Vinyl collection! These unique vinyl floors have floorboards of no less than 24,1 cm wide!

Extra-large herringbone

Floer Whalebone Vinyl – Orca Untreated

As well as the much-loved herringbone vinyl, there are other beautiful extra-large herringbone floors available! Have you heard of the XL herringbone laminate? The Whalebone Laminate is a whopping 85 cm by 14 cm. This is a lot bigger than a standard herringbone laminate floorboard! The wider floorboards create a calmer surface as there are fewer visible points. If you want to do a DIY whalebone floor but want it to be 100% water-resistant, check out the beautiful Whalebone Click Vinyl collection! These floors are a real outlier in their category thanks to the same gorgeous colours from the dryback collection. Go big and gorgeous with our extra-large herringbone floors!

Laminate instead of Tile Vinyl?

Rather have a real laminate floor? Check out the 32 cm wide laminate floors with realistic oak designs from the Country House Laminate collection! Do you prefer a patterned laminate floor? The Herringbone Laminate floors are available in 10 oak colours, from black laminate to light oak laminate in herringbone patterns! Do you want a laminate floor in a straight pattern? Take a look at the City Laminate flooring collection, which has floorboards with a width of over 24 cm, or the extra long Authentic Laminate flooring collection. In this collection, you will find laminate flooring that is almost 2 metres long! Are you looking for a laminate floor in a unique design? The floors from the Reclaimed Wood Laminate collection are available with aged and used designs.

Oak wood floors

If you’re looking for a real wood floor, we can help. Take a look at the amazing Hybrid Wood! These wooden floors are really tough, so they’re scratch-resistant, pressure-resistant and moisture- and dirt-resistant. And there’s more: they’re also waterproof for 24 hours! Not ready to go all-in on the hybrid wood? If you’re looking for something different, engineered parquet floors might be a good option for you. You can get these oak floors in different colours and finishes. You can also choose a parquet floor with a white or black oiled finish. What’s more, they’re made in the Netherlands and you can also get them in a herringbone parquet floor.

Questions about Floer Dryback Vinyl Tiles

Laying a tile vinyl floor is a complicated job! A dryback vinyl floor can only be glued down on an extremely level surface. We recommend leaving vinyl bonding and subfloor levelling to the professionals. You can make use of an installation service through a nearby floor dealer.

Floer offers several concrete-look vinyl floors, including both Tile Rigid Click Vinyl and Dryback Tile Vinyl collections. Check out the Tile Vinyl in Concrete Grey or Marble Light Grey, or discover the Rigid Click Tile Vinyl in the colour Hasseberg Anthracite. In addition to these options, there are a total of 8 industrial vinyl tile floors available. Find your favourite today!

Vinyl floors are 100% waterproof and suitable for damp rooms, making it possible to install them in a bathroom or kitchen.

By obtaining the REACH certificate and Emission Value A+ label, we demonstrate that all Floer vinyl floors are of extremely high quality and meet the strictest European requirements. Additionally, they do not release any harmful plasticisers, making Vinyl from Floer safe for any indoor environment.

A Tile Vinyl floor needs to acclimatise for at least 48 hours in the room where it will be laid. Acclimatising allows the floor to adjust to the climate in the home.

In addition to tough concrete tiles, there are vinyl tiles available that have a slate look. Floor Tile Vinyl in Slate Black has a different size than other vinyl tile floors, and its design makes the slate look super realistic.

It’s not a matter of one floor being ‘better’ than the other, as they are two different types of floors. Rigid Click Vinyl floors come with a click connection, while Dryback Vinyl floors need to be glued. So, the choice between the two depends on your personal preference.

Vinyl floors are strong, durable, and waterproof. They are also scratch-resistant and come with a warranty of at least 20 years.