Many people have vans and don’t know what to put on the van floors to protect their van. Most vans come with a floor consisting of a metal framing topped by a thin carpet. The floors of a van can see lots of wear and tear over time. The source of this wear and tear comes from the presence of large and heavy equipment to the foot traffic from people constantly going in and out of the vehicle. Vans are expensive, so you should protect this investment by using durable and high quality van flooring.
Rubber flooring products work great for this type of application. Since they are made of recycled and reclaimed rubber materials they are durable enough to withstand all the punishment the van flooring might see. The rubber surfacing will help absorb any shock of large pieces of equipment and withstand the heavy foot traffic it could see. For vans, the most popular type of product to use are rubber rolls that can just be unrolled onto the back of a van or larger mats. Overall these rubber mats will help protect your van interior flooring and save you the trouble having to replace your whole interior flooring in the future.
If you want to consider an alternative to rubber for your van flooring, consider taking a look at PVC rolls. PVC is a popular vinyl for flooring applications and is available in the same rolled form as their rubber counterparts. Aesthetically, PVC rolls can bring a lot of options to the table. You can find PVC flooring rolls with a coin pattern on their surfaces or with diamond-plate style patterns. Just like their rubber flooring counterparts, you have options to choose from that can match your aesthetic preferences. One key feature about PVC flooring products is that they are much more chemically stable than rubber. For example, they can survive contact with oils and greases mu