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All our Vinyl flooring falls under the Spectra Luxury Vinyl Flooring range. Follow the link to find out more about this brand and the range of luxury vinyl flooring available.
Luxury Vinyl Flooring, with its water resistant properties, is an ideal bathroom flooring solution.
One of the defining characteristics of a bathroom is that it is the wettest room in the home and any floor will be subjected to frequent exposure to water, either directly through drips, splashes and spillages or indirectly though the cooling of steam that has risen from hot water being used in a bath or shower. While some kinds of flooring will expand, contract or stain if they are exposed to water in this way, bathroom vinyl flooring will not.
This also makes it a perfect flooring solution for kitchens, utility rooms or entrance halls that also tend to experience wetter conditions.
These products may or may not require adhesives for installation and in some cases may require the services of a professional, such as when full adhesion is necessary. This is not the case with most domestic installations, which will only require one sheet of floor covering material.
Cases where more than one sheet is necessary - and therefore full adhesion is needed - are essentially confined to instances where heavy appliances will be regularly dragged across the floor, which is not a common occurrence in the home. Where the floor is set to be pressed by heavy items being placed on top of it, the use of acrylic flooring adhesive such as Mapei is required.
As always when installing a new floor, care should be taken that the subfloor is even. If it is made of concrete, it should be checked to ensure it is not damp.
With a broad choice of products, specific ranges for domestic or commercial use and a variety of attractive colours to choose from, you should find that the vinyl products we stock can provide you with just the floor you are looking for.
Luxury vinyl is both hard to scratch and can be easily cleaned, making it ideal for bathrooms, kitchens, utility rooms or entrance areas of the home. Its waterproof construction means that it will be as good as new even in the wettest conditions.
The luxury vinyl flooring products we sell have lengthy warranties that reflect the material's strength, and with regular maintenance these can last for decades or even for a lifetime.
Wood effect vinyl flooring accounts for most of our luxury vinyl flooring, with a wide range of oak-themed items including traditional blonde shades as well as treated oak with a dark brown, charcoal or bleached effect.
Submitted by Jason Ashby, UKFD