Dozens of ideas, loads of how-tos, and the latest advice on the projects and products you need to improve your home today, plus special offers. Modern options are unique and trendy with finishes that closely resemble wood , tile and even stone. Since vinyl flooring replicates hardwood or tile, you can use it in so many ways throughout your home. Step across a vinyl floor in your stocking feet, and you’ll notice a more pliable feel to this surface that is relaxed and foot-friendly. With 1,000 stores in our buying group, we can get the lowest prices from the best flooring manufacturers — and pass the savings on to you. From muddy paws to scratches from cats and dogs, luxury vinyl resists wear and tear, and cleanup is a breeze.
Luxury vinyl flooring is soft underfoot, easy to clean, and water resistant, making it a great choice for kitchens and areas that see a lot of action. Today’s luxury vinyl tile features some of the most innovative, versatile, and high-performing flooring available. Offered in tile and plank formats, vinyl flooring boasts great designs and patterns, easy installation, and provides a high level of comfort.
Premium vinyl flooring offers the richness and texture of more expensive natural materials, such as hardwood, ceramic tile, and stone, without maxing out your budget. Luxury vinyl is strong but soft underfoot, maintaining a comfortable temperature in all seasons. Vinyl is essentially waterproof, perfect for kitchens or other high-traffic areas such as a living room or den. Mohawk’s luxury vinyl tile and plank flooring offers a durable, protective top layer that resists scratches, dents, and stains from family pets. Lay out the vinyl flooring in the room and mark the area where the excess will be cut out.
Once cool, use a flat-bladed knife to lift one side if the split, squirt a little superglue into the aperture and quickly glue the vinyl down and together wiping any excess glue away carefully. NB if there is vinyl missing from the split then a small shaving from a hidden area can be used as a patch and glued into place. Use the iron trick to flatten the vinyl out, make sure the edges meet and stick it down and together as before. Save any excess vinyl flooring for installing in a closet, laundry room, or small bathroom.
It requires spare vinyl being available, either the off-cuts or somewhere under a kitchen unit for example, where it will not show if you take a square. Cut the same sized and coloured square from the spare vinyl, try to be as exact as possible but vinyl is quite a forgiving material and will flex if the gap and patch are a milimetre or so out. This will help protect the corner from tearing as the vinyl flooring is moved into position.