• 15 - 35 Year warranty
  • 100% sustainable

MEGAMAT© and strong Vinyl? Floer’s versatile Village Vinyl flooring collection has these characteristics. The Vinyl planks are 121.9 cm long and 22.86 cm wide. The various quality labels such as FloorScore, Emission Class A+, Eurofins Gold and GreenGuard Gold show that these Vinyl floors are safe to use and are also phthalate-free! It has a tactile wood texture and comes with a 20 year manufacturer’s warranty. In addition, its extremely low thermal resistance of 0.019 m2K/W makes it ideal for use with underfloor heating and cooling. With the realistic oak design and the MEGAMAT finish, you can take your interior to Dutch heights with one of the Floer Village Vinyl floors.

Vinyl Floors

Floer-dealer-kart-netherlands-picture-9The Floer Dutch Village Vinyl floors are produced eco-friendly and sustainably, and are suitable for intensive domestic use. It is important to make sure that the subfloor is levelled before installing dryback vinyl strips. Inconsistencies in the subfloor will become visible in the flexible vinyl strips over time. We therefore recommend that you consult a specialist when installing dryback vinyl. The oak vinyl floors are available in various colours, from light oak to natural untreated oak. Did you know that the oak Village Vinyl floors have a lot of advantages? The floors are 100% water-resistant, are perfectly suitable for underfloor heating and cooling, and can also be installed in a herringbone or other floor patterns! Curious about the advantages of vinyl floors? Discover them all!

Sustainable Vinyl

Floer Village Vinyl floors do not contain any harmful plasticisers and are therefore produced ‘phthalate-free’. But then which material is used as a plasticiser during the production of Village Vinyl floors? For the production, the oil from soybeans is used as a plasticiser. As mentioned before, the floorboards have a REACH certificate and fall under emission class A+. These characteristics indicate that the floors are not harmful to your or other people’s health!

Vinyl and Underfloor Heating

Are you curious which floor is ideally suitable to combine with underfloor heating? Or do you want to watch one of the many FloerTube videos? Curious about the advantages of vinyl floors? Or discover everything about the differences between dryback and rigid click vinyl floors.

Vinyl and laminate: which one is better?

It’s hard to say which is better, vinyl or laminate flooring, as it depends on what you need and what you like. Do you live in a house with a big family, pets or children? If you have a big family, pets or kids, you’ll probably want a floor that’s waterproof and low maintenance. If you have a big family, lots of pets or kids, you’ll probably go for a wide vinyl floor. These vinyl floors are really durable and waterproof, so you can even put them in the bathroom. Vinyl floors are really easy to clean and can take a lot of wear and tear. Are you living on your own or in a smaller household, or do you want to lay a floor in the bedroom? Or maybe you’d prefer a different material? Laminate flooring is another good option. Laminate floors are pretty scratch-resistant and easy to maintain, but they’re not 100% waterproof. So it all comes down to personal preference: vinyl or laminate?

Installing Dryback Vinyl

Would you like a Village Vinyl floor at home? We always recommend having a dryback vinyl floor installed by a professional floorer. Installing vinyl is a very specialised job and requires a certain amount of experience. Before the floor can be installed, you should first check whether the subfloor is level enough. If this not the case, then the subfloor needs to be levelled before the dryback floor can be installed. If you have enough experience yourself, or if you know someone who does, then this does not apply. Looking for tips and advice on how to install a vinyl floor? Please read the Floer blog articles and watch the FloerTube videos to get started!

Installing Village Vinyl Floors

Want to know exactly how to lay a Village Vinyl floor? Watch the FloerTube video below in which Guido explains everything in detail!


Psst… Have you heard? There’s a new gloss value ! We haven’t introduced this gloss value for no reason. In fact, the MEGAMAT finish offers lots of benefits to homeowners, businesses and interior designers! The new, super-low gloss value means that vinyl floors have a non-reflective surface, which makes them look great. Plus, the matt look makes oak look and feel more realistic, and gives the room a more spacious feel. What’s more, the new PU coating on MEGAMAT floors is made with ceramic bead technology, making floors with a MEGAMAT finish even stronger. Not sure which floors have this new finish? You can check out collections like the Whalebone Click Vinyl at floer.eu/megamat.

Orca Untreated in XL format

Are you head over heels for the look and feel of the iconic Whalebone Vinyl in Orca Untreated, but actually want a straight plank floor? We’ve got some great news for you! You’ll be pleased to hear that this XL herringbone vinyl floor is also available in an XL straight plank floor. The Casares Cream White Oak from the Village Vinyl collection has the same design and colour as the Orca, but it’s a bit longer and wider than a whalebone plank. Is it even bigger than a whale? At 121.9 cm long and 22.8 cm wide, it’s a pretty big deal! Take a look at it in the collection.

Do-It-Yourself Floor

Are you looking for a do-it-yourself vinyl floor? If you’re looking for something a bit more advanced alternative than a dryback vinyl floor, check out the Floer Click Vinyl floors! Thanks to the click connection, you can lay it yourself in no time! You might also want to check out the pattern click vinyl floors and the tile click vinyl floors. All you need to lay these handy vinyl click floors is a Rigid Click underlay, a white rubber hammer and, of course, feet to walk on your herringbone click vinyl floor!

Waterproof wood floors

It’s a fact: water-resistant wood and laminate exist! Take a look at the amazing Hybrid Wood collection. It’s a one-of-a-kind product that brings together the best of laminate, vinyl and oak wood. For instance, these floors are made from real oak wood, which is combined with the unique Wood Powder technology. This technology makes the wooden floor really hard-wearing, scratch-resistant and dirt- and moisture-resistant! What’s more, the floors are waterproof for 24 hours, so they’re ideal for large families with children and pets. Get your hands on a sample and go hybrid!

Laminate Floors

In addition to vinyl floors, you will also find a big assortment of laminate floors in the assortment. Would you like a wide laminate floor? Check out the Country House Laminate collection. This realistic wood look design floors consist of floorboards that are at least 32 cm wide. Laminate floors with an aged look? The Reclaimed Wood Laminate collection has a beautiful vintage design and used appearance. Were you looking for a long laminate floor? Go for Authentic Laminate. These straight plank laminate floors come in planks with a length of 220 cm. The extra-long laminate floors are available in white oak to black oak and are also thicker than other laminate floors. This is because the planks have a thickness of 9 mm.

Herringbone pattern laminate

How do I lay a herringbone laminate floor? You can do it all yourself! Thanks to our handy installation guide, video and step-by-step plan. And how do you lay a whalebone laminate floor? In exactly the same way! Thanks to the handy Fastclick connection. The beauty of this XL herringbone laminate floor is that it is waterproof for up to 4 hours, right down to the groove. The extra-large herringbone planks are over 85cm long and 14cm wide. These dimensions make them considerably larger than a ‘standard’ herringbone laminate floor. Both herringbone and whalebone laminate floors have a tactile texture that makes them indistinguishable from a real oak floor!

Light oak wooden floors

Prefer a real wood design floor? Then choose a parquet floor. Engineered wood floors come in a range of colours and finishes. You can choose the finish and wood grading yourself. Oak floors are also available with a herringbone pattern. Could you use some extra help choosing a new floor? Check out the inspiration page for ideas for all kinds of interiors. You can also visit the Floer Blogs website or visit one of our dealers. You can see all the floors in the catalogue, which you can order free of charge. Would you like to know what a Floer floor would look like in your home? Order a sample and find out! If you have any questions, please contact us.

Maintaining a vinyl floor is easy. Sand is the biggest culprit for damaging vinyl floors, so use a cleaning mat and regularly vacuum. If you want to mop a vinyl floor, don’t use an all-purpose cleaner, opt for a simple soak instead. One of the advantages of vinyl is how easy it is to maintain and clean.

The Village Vinyl floors, available in Winssen White Grey, Untreated, Nispen Natural, and Lexmond Light Oak colours, offer a natural-looking light oak appearance.

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.

Forest Vinyl floors are not self-adhesive and should be glued down during installation.

For instance, the Village Vinyl flooring collection offers Nispen Natural Oak, Winssen White Grey Oak, and Onnen Untreated Oak.

Absolutely! You can request installation service through your nearest Floer dealer. If your Floer dealer doesn’t offer this service, they can usually submit a request for the Floer laying service on your behalf.

Once the vinyl floor has been laid and rolled, it can be walked on immediately.

Certainly, it is essential to allow your Vinyl floor to acclimatise for at least 48 hours. Make sure that the packages of planks are laid out in a (#) bond for the acclimatisation process.

Vinyl floors always feel warm on your feet, with or without underfloor heating.