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Wonderfloor is the flagship brand of RMG Polyvinyl India Limited. Wonderfloor offers flooring solutions for a wide range of commercial and residential applications. The range has flooring for every application. The range has flooring for every usage, For every application. Starting from Healthcare flooring to sports flooring, restaurant flooring to supermarket flooring, transport flooring to dance flooring. The Wonderfloor meets all the varied requirements of modern-day living and workspaces: homes, offices, factories, sports complexes, metro trains, hospitals, hotels, portacabins etc.


  • Durability

  • Non-Porous​

  • Accessibility

  • Maintenance

  • Softer Floors

  • Cushions Fall

  • Easy Cleaning



A core of vinyl sits over a backing of felt or fiberglass. It is the inner or central layer of a vinyl floor. The center layer is a high density buffer layer that reinforces the insulation and comfort of the vinyl floor. In a click vinyl it contains the click system.


The the printed or decorative layer is where designs are printed on a vinyl floor. Rotogravure is the printing process that allows manufacturers to create the look of wood and many other patterns and designs.


The top layer of a vinyl floor that has a UV coating. The thicker the wear layer, the more durable the flooring.. The wear layer determines the properties of a vinyl floor such as anti-slip, wear resistance, resistance to fading & anti- scratch.


The first thing anyone notices when they visit your home is the floors. So, it is highly recommended to have the best floor that looks beautiful to the eye, lasts longs, and comes in your budget. It should not only make the visitors feel great but also improve the whole state of being in the house.

If these are the properties you are looking for in your home or your commercial office, vinyl tiles are definitely what you are looking for.

The two most common types of vinyl flooring are inlaid vinyl flooring and printed vinyl flooring. Inlaid flooring follows the pattern of embedding color granules into the flooring sheet to get a copious look. Whereas printed vinyl has a thin protective coating on the vinyl base.


Also Checkout Our Laminate Flooring Collection

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  • Why Buy Laminate Wood Floors?
    Laminate wood flooring is a popular flooring trend for homeowners and commercial contractors. Also known as, a floating wood tile, laminate flooring is made of a multi-layer synthetic flooring solution fused together with a lamination process. At Interior Solutions our floor laminate products meet or exceed all environmental, health and safety requirements, including formaldehyde emissions.
  • How Much Extra Laminate Flooring Should You Buy?
    When you're ready to replace your flooring, you need to put in an order for the right amount. If you're planning to use laminate, that means adding a little extra to your purchase: an additional percentage added on to the exact measurement of the flooring you need. Many homeowners, however, struggle to determine exactly how much they need.
  • Why Order Extra?
    When you place your laminate order, allow an additional 5-15% of your initial flooring measurement to account for waste. If the room is relatively simple--a square with no extra corners or features in the middle of the room that you need to work around--you can probably get away with 5% waste, especially with an experienced contractor installing your flooring. On the other hand, if you have a complicated room--or if the room is particularly small--you may need to go as high as 15% waste. You can be sure of consistency within the lot. While laminate flooring usually has few differences between one lot and the next, you may notice some differences--and you'd rather have a room with a consistent appearance. Ordering extra for waste prevents delays. If you don't order enough flooring in the first place, you may find yourself waiting around for more to come in. This can mean wasted time for your contractor or even result in your project getting pushed back, since the contractor may need to work on other projects while waiting for your materials to come in
  • What If the Box Doesn't Come with the Right Measurement?
    You need an extra 25 square feet of flooring, but each box only comes with 20 square feet. Can you get away with not ordering that extra five square feet of flooring, or should you take the plunge and order the extra box? Short answer? Ordering the extra box has several benefits. When it comes to flooring, too much is always better than too little. If you don't need to use all of the extra floorings you ordered when you install it, you can set the laminate flooring to the side, ideally in an area climate-controlled approximately the same way as the room where the flooring is installed. Then, if there is damage to the laminate in the future, you can easily use the extra flooring to make repairs--and it will be a better match for your existing flooring than if you try to buy a new batch. On the other hand, if you're working with an experienced contractor in a relatively simple room, you may be able to get by without buying that extra box--especially if you're on a tight budget. Before deciding to leave that extra box sitting on the shelf--virtual or otherwise--talk with your contractor about how much waste laminate they feel they will need for your room. Talking with your contractor can also give you a better idea of how much waste laminate they expect to need in general, which can help you make better buying choices
  • Is it Easy to Install Laminate Flooring?
    Yes, when it comes to flooring installation; it doesn't get much easier than laminate wood flooring installation. Installing laminate planks does require a few tools like a saw and a hammer but other than cutting the boards it doesn't require a professional installer. We do recommend if you have it in your budget to hire a laminate flooring installer in your area. However, if you can't afford to pay several dollars per square foot for a pro to install your new floors then don't worry you can easily do it yourself.
  • How to Decide Which Way to Lay Laminate Flooring?
    There is no one right direction to lay laminate flooring. Each home and each space has its distinctive characteristics, such as size, decor, and lighting. Deciding which way to lay laminate flooring depends on those characteristics. Below you can find information on common ways to lay your flooring, different types of patterns, and tips on avoiding laminate flooring installation fails. Google Images and Pinterest serve as great resources, too, if you are stuck or need some more ideas.


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