Vinyl Flooring



  • Dimension: 180mm x 920mm (PLANK)
  • Packing: 20 pieces (36sq ft)
  • Weight: 19kg
  • Dimension: 450mm x 450mm (TILES)
  • Packing: 16 pieces (35sq ft)
  • Weight: 15.4kg

Vinyl glue down refers to a method of installing vinyl flooring where the flooring is glued directly to the subfloor or underlayment. In this method, a layer of adhesive is spread onto the subfloor using a trowel or other tool, and then the vinyl flooring is carefully placed on top of the adhesive, pressing it down to ensure a strong bond.
Vinyl glue down installation is a common method for installing luxury vinyl tile (LVT) and luxury vinyl plank (LVP) flooring. It is often used in commercial and high-traffic areas because it provides a strong and durable bond between the flooring and the subfloor. Glue down installation also helps to reduce noise and can provide a more stable surface than other installation methods. It is also versatile in terms of design, as it can mimic the look of hardwood and tiles flooring.
However, vinyl glue down installation may require more preparation of the subfloor to ensure a smooth and even surface. It is important to follow the manufacturer's instructions for adhesive application and to use a high-quality adhesive that is appropriate for the type of vinyl flooring being installed.
Another advantage of vinyl glue down is that it can be easily replaced or repaired if a section of the flooring becomes damaged or worn over time. Because the individual pieces can be removed and replaced without disturbing the surrounding flooring, it can be a cost-effective and convenient solution for maintaining a high-quality floor surface over the long term.