PVC Garage Flooring Rolls UK
100% premium grade polyvinyl Smooth pattern or coin pattern floor rolls
Designed for covering areas quickly – our best value floor covering per square metre
Available in Black and Grey – 1.2m x 5m x 3mm lengths
Two finishes – Smooth Roll and Coin Roll
Thickness (Coin Roll)
premium grade polyvinyl
Thickness (Smooth Roll)
Area covered by each roll
Easy to install
Simply roll out the PVC roll after measuring and cutting to size. A step by step guide is provided below for more in-depth info on the easy install process.
Tough and Durable
The 3.5 mm commercial grade sheet is made of 100% premium grade polyvinyl , which is a resistant and strong material, suitable for your garage and workshop.
Mix & Match
The PVC roll range comes in two colours: Black and Grey, which can be combined to create different zones in your garage.
Note: Due to the manufacturing process, patterns of two pieces of flooring may not match or align exactly along the seam when two mats are laid side by side. You may need to turn the mats to meet both machine-cut edges together and enable better alignment when fitting. This product is not recommended for use over unsealed epoxy paint.
Material – Each roll is constructed of 100% premium grade virgin polyvinyl.
Size – Coin and Smooth surface PVC rolls are available in pre-cut widths 120cm and 5m lengths for your convenience.
Thickness – Commercial grade base thickness at 3mm and the total thickness is 3.5mm. (0.12″).
Weight – 28kg
Recommended Uses – PVC rolls are used as roll out garage flooring, for wall to wall garage areas and workshop flooring, and inside storage garden sheds as industrial anti slip flooring, and more.
Garage floor rolls are easy to clean and maintain. Cleaning of this roll out flooring / matting typically includes:
- Sweeping, blowing off, or vacuuming any loose crumbs, dust, or debris from the tiles when necessary.
- For more difficult or liquid stains, the product can be cleaned inside or outside the garage using a mild soap and water solution and a broom or vinyl brush to scrub the floor surface.
Note: This is not a stain proof product. Leaving certain harsh chemicals on the rolls for an extended period of time may cause some staining and/or damage. Street tar can cause staining to light colored rolls and in most instances this staining can be remedied with a cleaner called Vanish. If you have performance tires, staining can occur with light colored rolls. In most instances this may not be remedied with a cleaner.
Installation of our Garage Rolls is very simple and commonly done by most customers. Typical installation of rolled garage flooring consists of:
- First, clean your floor. Make sure your garage floor is clean, dry and free of debris. Sweep dirt out of your garage and remove any lumps or excess cement/debris that might cause a bump on the surface.
- A dry surface is particularly important as adhesive will not bond to the PVC properly if the floor is damp. If you are concerned about adhesion issues we advise ordering a small sample to test out first.
- Next, unroll your flooring. Position your flooring at the front of your garage, one roll at a time. Roll the flooring out front-to-back and position carefully. Use a push broom to push out any air underneath the roll.
- In cooler months you will need to leave the unrolled flooring out for around 24-48 hours to acclimatize. You can accelerate this by leaving them in a warm room.
- If you notice the edges and corners of the rolls are lifting up when left to acclimatise you can use heavy objects to assist in holding these down at the edges.
- When installing multiple rolls wall-to-wall, you can make one of two joints: and overlap joint or a butt joint.
- For overlap joints, one roll will be placed over another about 19mm to create a virtually seamless floor.
- For butt joints, you will want to fold back the edge of roll #1 and wipe clean. Apply PVC adhesive along the roll #1’s edge leaving 2” of adhesive exposed and fold the roll back into position. Next you will want to fold back roll #2 and wipe the bottom edge clean. Carefully align along the edge of roll #1, making sure not to stretch the mat when applying.
- PVC suitable adhesives can be used to bond these to the floor. One option we recommend is by the company ‘CT1’ and features an adhesive designed for PVC. Other options are acrylic based adhesives for PVC.
- You can leave suitably heavy items on the roll, particularly its corners to assist in holding the edges down whilst the adhesive is curing.
- When cutting material for wall-to-wall installations, make sure to trim edges around exterior walls, poles boards, etc. with a sharp utility knife while leaving a 5mm gap to allow for expansion and contraction of your floor.
- After the product has been allowed to relax in place, hold down the edges or seam between two floor protectors with adhesive for perimeter or full spread adhered floors
- If you are having issues with the rolls not flattening down you can use a heat source to assist. Ideally this would be a heat gun or something similar, but in a pinch a hairdryer can be used. This should be attempted before using any adhesive if possible.
- When dealing with issues with adhering the floor to the concrete we advise testing a small section in a discrete area first. This is because on rare occasion, some concrete subfloors are too dry (or too damp) to bond properly with the PVC when adhered together.
- For best adhesion it is worth applying to both the floor and the underside of the PVC roll. You can leave these for a short period of time before bonding together.