You can only expect optimal performance from your new LVT flooring if the subfloor has been adequately prepared. Since the subfloor will be visible through the smooth flooring, you should ensure that it is dry, smooth, structurally sound, and clear of debris before installing the soft flooring. By reading our guide, you may learn all you need to know to get your subfloor ready.
LVT flooring with a Pine Effect may be installed directly over a subfloor. Dryback LVT may be installed using HT adhesive or our LVT flexible self-adhesive ‘underlay’, a sticky sheet that can be cut to size and installed in no time. In addition to being compatible with click LVT, our flexi underlay may be used with any existing click LVT collections.
You should have a great sigh of relief! Pine-effect LVT floors need to be improved. Thanks to a PU protective barrier layer, they don’t let water in and are resistant to wear and tear stains and scratches.
Pine Effect Luxury Vinyl Tile Flooring may be a better long-term investment for your home because it is durable and has the other benefits I mentioned above. Although LVT’s cost will rise as its quality does, it is likely to outlast many other flooring choices for your home.