Think sustainable, tough and eco friendly
Think versatile and reusable
Think great design and great functionality
Think Golv, a brand new way of flooring solutions in a variety of colours.
Do you want to look different? They speak for themselves. Our Premium in the purest white.
Wouldn’t you agree that the flooring can simply make the whole atmosphere?
Want to know more about the project? Or perhaps you are busy thinking in new direction of your own? You are very welcome to email us so we can discuss your next project.
In the toughest places you can imagine. Here, for instance:
No! Golv tiles can be left outside all year round. Neither snow nor ice damage the tiles.
There is no generally expected lifetime for Golv flooring, but we have developed the flooring with a focus on both a high level of functionality and a long service life. This means, among other things, that the flooring can cope with the sun’s UV rays over a long period without bleaching. You should be happy with your purchase, both initially and for many years to come. For instance, most of the flooring we supplied around 20 years ago is still in place!
Normally, only a mallet or rubber hammer is required! You may also need a saw, yardstick and pen for adjustments. See laying instructions.
In just a few hours you can build up a special setting completely with our floors. A stand at a fair, an exhibition (and you can even use our floors on the walls!) Or in a racing depot, or why not at a sporting event in the middle of town?
And you can take the floor up again just as quickly as you can lay it. Of course, it can be used again and again and again…
A new tennis court in just a few hours. Or a perfect floor for basketball, indoor bandy or any other kind of sport.
It has that springy feel. Indoors or out, it doesn’t matter. Our flooring can withstand both or either.
We already have most parts of the world under our feet. Or what about several hundred tennis courts?
You can lay our floors without glue, screws or nails. All you need is a rubber mallet, a yardstick and a saw..
You do not need glue or special tools to put your golv floor. All you need is a rubber hammer and if necessary a yardstick and saw.
1st. Start in a corner, see Fig. Remember to always turn the loops in the same direction.
2nd. Fix the connection pins of the loops and combine them with the distinct type with a rubber hammer.
All our floors are recyclable. Our thinking is green all through the process, from the raw material (polypropylene) to the packaging. All our packaging is cardboard, which is easily reclaimable.
Even the way our floors are laid is environment friendly: no glue is needed, and there are no nails or screws.
Is there any tougher environment than a ship’s deck?
We can hardly imagine one. Sun, heat, water, salt, wind low and high temperatures. All of them combined.
We have helped ship owners and boat owners with a safe solution for indoor and ourdoor use of our floors.
So why do people choose our floors? Because of the combination of durability, function (and sometimes the non-slip properties) and design.
An ordinary compass saw works best, but an ordinary hacksaw is also OK! Avoid coarse-toothed saws, however.
Yes! Golv tiles are very durable, can cope with rough use and are therefore ideal for garages! Studded tyres present no problems, although you will have to assume greater wear and tear, of course, which is true for all flooring types!
Normally, no. The tiles adapt to the surface underneath and minor irregularities and hollows do not normally need to be dealt with.
Normally, none. In addition to a clean surface, any “large” irregularities and hollows should be evened out using a suitable material.
Yes! There is a hand tool for small installations and a special tool for effective tile removal for large areas. Normally, you do not separate all the tiles, but divide the area into sheets consisting of, for instance, 2×3 or 3×4 tiles. That also makes it quicker to re-lay them again…
That’s fine. One of the many excellent properties of Golv tiles is that an air gap is formed between the damp floor and the new flooring surface. As Golv tiles do not need to be glued or screw/nailed to the surface underneath, this allows the damp concrete floor to breathe. Unlike traditional floor coverings that seal in the moisture and can cause an unpleasant smell, you get an odour-free floor covering on which you can store boxes and furniture, safe in the knowledge they will not absorb moisture.
Yes! Combining different colours creates an attractive pattern. You can also achieve a visual effect by combining colours, e.g. for industries where you can choose a suitable colour to indicate that an area is dangerous.
No, the different tile types cannot be combined. As they have been developed for different uses and thus have different structures, they cannot be combined for technical reasons.
In general, the tiles are slightly resilient without feeling heavy to stand on, which is good from both ergonomic and psychological points of view. In addition, the perforated pattern means that shoes with rubber soles also have a better cushioning effect, compared with standing and working on a solid floor, for instance of concrete or tiles and the like. In fact Golv tiles are also sufficiently firm and strong enough to withstand the weight of a hand trolley, which cannot be run over normal rubber matting. (Please note, this means hand trolleys, not electric forklift trucks, which should not be run on Golv tiles.)
In general, when laying large areas outdoors. When the flooring is exposed to temperature fluctuations, e.g. due to strong sun which quickly breaks through and shines on the flooring. This particularly applies to any areas larger than 15 m2. For large areas indoors, expansion strips may also be required. Temperature fluctuations due to large windows or doors, where strong sunlight may affect the flooring, should be taken into account. More information is available in the Laying Instructions. Please seek advice from store personnel or contact our customer service.
Like other floor coverings, Golv tiles are not entirely non-slip if they get snow on them, but they do have the advantage that any melted snow drains away.
The difference is in the structure of the tile, particularly the underside, where Premium has stronger support legs, among other things. Golv Royal has been developed for the home environment, e.g. garages and is intended for “normal” use. Golv Premium is recommended, for instance, for workshops, where the floor is always in use and where the floor is constantly up and re-laid frequently, such as in racing contexts. Such flooring is subject to a lot of wear and Premium is required to cope with these challenges.
Yes! Both Royal and Premium can cope with this. Jacks have different types of support leg. Some are “pointed”, others less so. When you lift heavy items, if the support legs are pointed (high point load), the flooring may react causing the plastic to whiten. However, this is only the case with certain sensitive colours. If you choose one of our grey shades, for instance, this cannot happen. As jacks look different, you can make certain you will not destroy the flooring by placing a block of wood or piece of checker plate under the jack.