Linoleum is one of the more resilient floor-covering materials you can choose. Marmoleum by Forbo is linoleum designed for high-traffic areas and requires low maintenance. Unlike regular linoleum floors, Marmoleumo does not require any adhesive during installation. Commercial-grade linoleum sheets are commonly used in business offices, medical facilities, and retail spaces.
Floor City offers hundreds of water-resistant linoleum tiles, like the Forbo Marmoleum flooring sheet rolls or modular tile squares and rectangles. Marmoleum and linoleum are sold in modular tiles or rolls that can be cut to fit the coverage needed. Standard Marmoleum/linoleum rolls come in 6 to 7-foot widths and usually require a minimum of 10 feet in length or a maximum of up to 105 feet in total length.
We offer commercial- and residential-use linoleum:
The average width of linoleum flooring rolls is between six and seven feet. However, the average length of linoleum sheet rolls varies widely depending on the manufacturer. Although most sheet rolls are sold around 50 feet, some may be as long as 120 feet and can be cut into pieces.
Below are typical sizes of tile sizes:
50 x 50 cm (19.685" x 19.685")
50 x 25 cm (19.685" x 9.48")
100 x 25 cm (39.37" x 9.48")
Heavy-duty linoleum, also known as “Battleship” commercial-grade linoleum flooring, is a high-quality sheet or tile material designed for high-traffic areas and commonly used in educational settings like a classroom or a kitchen for residential use.
Commercial linoleum flooring rolls are popular for spaces looking to have a solid sheet with no seams. However, these will more likely cause an issue if future repairs are needed. Industrial linoleum tile squares have slightly noticeable seams but are much easier to create unique patterns than cutting a roll of real linoleum.
Armstrong (now discontinued brand) linoleum includes Marmorette, Linorette, Granette, Colorette, and Uni Walton collections. There are many crossovers to the new Forbo flooring if you want to replace or find a close match to the linoleum previously made by Armstrong.
Yes, linoleum manufacturers still make true linoleum flooring. See how in the video below:
If you’re ready to get a colorful linoleum floor, just give us a call or shop this collection for Forbo Marmoleum modular flooring.
When installing linoleum floors, consider the size of the space, as the width of the sheet is usually six to seven feet. If your new floor installation requires the fewest seams in a 12-foot-wide hallway, consider installing Marmoleum tiles on the perimeter and rolled linoleum in the middle. Combine eco-friendly tile and natural sheet linoleum flooring to create a modern yet classic feel.