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3 m and 4 m wide vinyls In store now

Carpet Factory stocks various styles of sheet vinyl in 2m wide, 3m wide and 4 m wide rolls.


We also have vinyl planks and vinyl tiles for various domestic and commercial applications.

With a broad range of styles from timber look, ceramic tiles, polished concrete,  slate, terracotta and marble.

Our stock vinyls are a great solution to get the natural flooring look you want, without having to brave the inherent winter time cold of stone, tile or concrete floors.


New 4 m wide Vinyls in Store Now! 



including Terracotta vinyl, Black and White tile vinyl, Rustic Stone vinyl, Distressed Timber vinyl and Ironbark vinyl styles. 

Plus there’s many more…. Available with cushion backing and in lay flat vinyl. These vinyls can be either glued, or “loose laid” on any flat surface.

For a cheap and easy Vinyl flooring solution, come and see us today to see all the available options. All on display in full vinyl rolls at our Canberra Vinyl Flooring Showroom. 




These and many more vinyls are in stock and ready to go today!!

Polished concrete style cushion backed vinyl sheet flooring by Gerfloor

cushion felt backed vinyl sheet light grey wood - 3 m wide

cushion felt backed vinyl sheet Colour: Rustic Oak - 3 m wide

Rustic Stone



Our vinyls are available is various specifications including cushion back and felt back.

We also have R9, R10, R11, R12 slip rated options if required. 

Did you know?

Customers often refer to vinyl sheet as “Lino” or “Linoleum.” The correct term for this product term is vinyl sheet.

Linoleum is actually made from solidified linseed oil (linoxyn), ground cork dust, wood flour, and mineral fillers such as calcium carbonate etc. 

In the new form of sheet vinyl many people still call it “Lino.” However sheet vinyl is made from vinyl and synthetic compounds.

Sheet Vinyls now often have some form of cushion or felt backing for comfort underfoot.

Lino still exists and is sold in Australia as Marmoleum. Marmoleum is said to have natiral anti-bacterial qialities, however generally can be more difficult to install than even commercial vinyl. It is also a much higher priced flooring than synthetic sheet vinyl.

Marmoleum is also available in modular tiles that can be  much more cost effective to install in difficult to access areas..



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