SQUARE FOOT FLOORING SOLUTIONS FAQ
Homogenous Vinyl Floors
Q. What is Homogeneous vinyl flooring?
Homogeneous vinyl is made of one single layer that offers vibrancy and depth of colour. Homogeneous vinyl flooring is made to withstand heavy traffic. They are incredibly durable, easy to maintain, and best suited for commercial and industrial applications.
Q. How to maintain Homogeneous vinyl flooring?
Vinyl floors are hardwearing, and water, scratch, and stain-resistant. It provides extreme protection and makes them even more durable, resistant to scratches or stains, and even easier to clean. As a result, if we follow the basic cleaning routine above, there’s very little need for any ongoing maintenance of your vinyl floors.
Q. What is the difference between homogenous and heterogenous vinyl?
The homogeneous vinyl floor covering is made of one single layer that offers vibrancy and depth of colour. On the other hand, heterogeneous vinyl flooring is a multi-layer flooring that comes in a wide variety of colors and design patterns. This feature gives a feel and a look of natural flooring materials. Heterogeneous flooring also offers low maintenance cost, which is why is the primary choice of homeowners, health care facilities, schools, etc. Both homogeneous vinyl flooring and heterogeneous flooring are affordable flooring solutions when compared with other flooring materials and are incredibly stain resistant.
Heterogeneous vinyl flooring has many options and comes with varying thicknesses. It’s also patterned or coloured and it is often used in areas with high level of moisture like laboratories and kitchens as well. This flooring option is the best solution for houses as well, especially if there are kids and/or pets. Vinyl heterogeneous flooring is available in many beautiful and unique designs that provide excellent acoustic performance and unique sound reduction properties and suitable for both commercial and residential properties.
Q. How to install homogeneous vinyl flooring?
It’s not recommended to install vinyl roll or LVT on carpet or very flexible plastic coverings with textile or foam backing such as old vinyl floors. It’s also not recommended to install vinyl roll on tile due to the telegraphing effect where the joints of the tiling become visible on the surface of the vinyl roll. If you are installing on tiles, you need to use a levelling compound to ensure the floor is level and flat.
Ensure the subfloor is dry, clean and flat.
Remove your vinyl floor from its packaging and keep it in the room where it is to be installed for at least 24 hours so that it can adjust to the room temperature.
Q. How do I clean vinyl floors?
For regular cleaning, vinyl floors can be swabbed with plain water and a damp mop, or with a product made for vinyl and other hard surfaces. You can also clean vinyl floor with a mix of one gallon water and one cup apple cider or white vinegar.
Q. What is the homogeneous vinyl flooring cost?
Homogeneous Vinyl Flooring at Rs 120 per square feet.
Q. While preparing a sub floor, what is the maximum variance you should allow?
The preparation of your sub floor is a key factor to the final finishing of your floor. You should have no more than 3-5mm over 10' variance on your sub floor.
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