Vinyl floors can be permanent, semi-permanent or portable.
Permanent Installation- the vinyl floor is glued and seam-welded into place and can't be removed without risking damage.
Semi-permanent- the vinyl floor is loose-laid using double-sided tape and then welded at the seams. The seams can later be cut and the vinyl floor be taken up and moved.
Portable- simply roll out the vinyl, tape over the top joins and secure on the underside with double-sided tape for temporary use.
Our vinyl flooring can be laid onto a range of sub-floors such as: concrete, wood or plywood. All floors must be level and we do not recommend that our vinyl floors are laid over carpet.
In most cases, we recommend that a vinyl floor is used in conjunction with our ActiSprung system to give maximum piece of mind and performance.
Click here for Sprung Floors:Sprung Floors