High-quality luxury vinyl flooring (whether plank or tile) may last up to 30 years with proper care and maintenance throughout its lifetime.
One of the most long-lasting materials for flooring is high-end vinyl. It is durable and impervious to moisture and wear and tear. Additionally, it resists scratches and stains. Because of its resilience, it is an excellent choice for basements, bathrooms, and other high-traffic areas, as well as places where water may be a problem.
Scratching dirt and grit should be swept or vacuumed regularly, and any spills should be cleaned up as soon as possible using a moist cloth or mop and a light detergent. After sweeping, mopping, and applying two or three coats of floor refinishing polish, your floor will look as good as new.
In the glue-down process, you may use either a firm set or a pressure-sensitive adhesive. The vinyl flooring is secured to the subfloor with a hard set adhesive like a broadloom carpet glue.