Vinyl floors can be installed over wood, concrete or, in some cases, existing flooring. However, sub flooring should be clean, smooth, of high quality and as flat as possible.
After installation, rolling loads and heavy traffic should be avoided until the adhesive sets hard. Plywood or hardboard panels must be used to move furniture, appliances or equipment onto a recently installed vinyl floor.
There is a variety of vinyl flooring materials on the market today and the techniques used to install them. Vinyl flooring is made by pressing various fillers, such as ground-up cork and wood dust, along with pigments, into a binding material, usually linseed oil and resins. Our expert vinyl floor covering staff can help you choose from the different patterns, colors, styles, and installation choices available for vinyl flooring.
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