Installing Loose-Lay Sheet Vinyl | Better Homes & Gardens
Vinyl flooring is one of the most popular floor styles for indoor use. These are stylish in nature, reflecting a real stone or wood look. The cost of this type of flooring is more favorable than for the original wooden floor, but its surface texture is very similar to that of a wood or stone floor.
The final form of this refined floor is like a one-piece, solid, continuous floor, available in a large roll. Because of this one-piece appearance, there are no gaps or gaps in the floor, so that dirt or dust can not be trapped in the spaces. The cleaning process of this vinyl flooring is also very simple and with little care, the gloss and gloss of this flooring can be easily maintained. The specific characteristics of vinyl flooring are as follows:
SPECIFIC PROPERTIES OF THE VINYL SOIL:
- moisture resistance
- No gaps, no dirt trap
- Great variety of styles
- Low maintenance
- Attributed with antimicrobial protection
The vinyl floor is designed with a 5-ply, two-ply structure, which is the reason for its longevity. The different layers of a vinyl flooring offer the following advantages:
FIRST LAYER - THE FINISHED LAYER:
This layer provides the flooring a multiple resistance to stains, scratches and extra thickness of the floor.
The appearance of real stone or wood on the surface of vinyl floors is based on this layer.
This layer offers resistance to impressions.
Fiberglass and comfort layer:
These two layers provide shine, durability and cushioning, providing a comfortable, moving surface.
For a shiny, lifelike floor, the interior designers and engineers recommend vinyl flooring.