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Vinyl Flooring

Vinyl flooring is a fantastic alternative to solid wood or tiles, at a fraction of the price and with more durability. Here at Factory Direct Flooring, we offer two main types of vinyl floor; cushioned vinyl and luxury vinyl flooring tiles. Browse our collection of cheap vinyl flooring below or read on for essential information, such as how to install and care for your vinyl floor.

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The Benefits of Vinyl Flooring

Vinyl flooring is one of the cheapest floors on the market. Not only that, but it is also the easiest to install, meaning you can effortlessly replace your floor yourself if it undergoes excessive damage.

However, the chance of it suffering irreparable damage is unlikely, as vinyl can be both stain resistant and waterproof. This is why a vinyl floor is often recommended for rooms which see a lot of moisture, such as bathrooms or kitchens.

Where Should I Lay a Vinyl Floor?

Because of the versatility of vinyl, it is suited to every room of the house and even commercial spaces. The best floor vinyl for such areas is heavy duty commercial vinyl which has been designed to last longer in high traffic areas.

This flooring is particularly suited to rooms which see excessive moisture. Vinyl tile flooring works brilliantly as your bathroom flooring solution, as other flooring types may not last long in such a humid environment. Vinyl floor tiles also work well for kitchen flooring which are often exposed to splashes of food and water. Specially designed water-resistant vinyl tiles are the best for these rooms.

Vinyl flooring is available in a wide variety of colours, textures and designs. For example, you can get vinyl wood flooring, which imitates solid wood but at the price of cheap vinyl flooring. Vinyl tiles flooring is also available, which easily replicates the look of tiles while being softer underfoot.

How to Install Vinyl Floors

Vinyl flooring rolls are the easiest type of flooring to install by yourself.

  • • Take your new flooring out of its packaging and allow it to acclimatise in its new environment for 24 hours.

  • • While this is happening, prepare your subfloor. Ensure it is clean and dry. Because floor vinyl is soft, bumps will show once your flooring is installed – a subfloor will prevents this.

  • • Once your floor has acclimatised, cut your floor to the size of your room. It’s recommended to add an extra 15cm to your dimensions in case you run short. This can always be trimmed away afterwards.

  • • Lay your sheet of vinyl flooring over the subfloor. Your method of sticking the floor down depends on the size of the room.

  • • For a small room of 12 metres squared or less, you can get away with loose installation, where no glue or tape is required.

  • • For rooms between 12 and 25 metres squared, it’s recommended to use tape. A double-sided tape underneath the sheet of vinyl will suffice.

  • • For rooms over 25 metres squared, glue is best to keep the vinyl in place.

  • • After fixing your vinyl down, add skirting or beading around the perimeter of the room. This can be fixed with a hammer and nails.

How to Maintain Vinyl Flooring

While vinyl floor is the easiest type of flooring to care for, it still needs a little TLC if damage is to be avoided. Most of these are precautious methods to avoid damage. For example, it’s helpful to use a flooring vinyl covering such as a door mat to avoid any dirt getting in and scratching your floor. With any heavy furniture, you can place padded floor protectors underneath – for example, under the legs of chairs that could tear your vinyl.

When it comes to cleaning your vinyl floor, water and a mop will do the trick. If you want an extra sparkle, a mild cleanser will help clean without damaging the floor.

Read more here: The Best Way to Clean Vinyl Floors

If you are unsure which flooring is best for you, please take advantage of our free samples and test them in your home. We have an extensive range of cheap floor vinyl, so you’re sure to find one that suits your home. Alternatively, if you have any further enquiries regarding our range of vinyl flooring, please don’t hesitate to contact one of our flooring experts by calling 0330 100 00 15.

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