1.Raw materials are 100% environmental friendly.
2. Anti-slip, Anti-mildew, High grade anti-abrasion and anti-bacterial.
3.Warm and Comfortable.
4.Easy to clean.
5.100% Waterproof and Damp-proof.
7.Sound Absorption and Noise Reduction.
9.Easy to install.
10.Low maintenance cost, no-wax needed.
11.Various colors are offered to match different situations.
|Name||Vinyl flooring (LVT Dry Back floors)|
|Color||regular color or as your samples|
|Board thickness||2.0mm, 2.5mm, 3.0mm, 5.0mm or customized|
|Wear layer thickness||0.07mm, 0.1mm, 0.2mm, 0.3mm, 0.5mm, 0.7mm as regular|
|Surface Design||Veneer (Hard/Softwood)grain, marble, stone, carpet.|
|Surface Texture||Deep embossed, Light embossed, Crystal, Handscraped.|
|Finish||UV (Matt, Semi-Matt, Glossy)|
|Lead time||1 Month|
|(Or Customized)||6″ * 36″||152*914.4|
|6″ * 48″||152*1219|
|7″ * 48″||178*1219|
|8″ * 48″||203*1219|
|9″ * 48″||228*1219|
Glue down Luxury Vinyl Tiles tends to have a slight thinner design. It needs to be glued down during installation in order to provide a more stable, long-lasting floor. You’ll need to ensure the subfloor you’re installing it onto, is flat and even. If there are any imperfections in the subfloor, it’s going to show in your new LVT floor. Similarly, you’ll need to ensure the subfloor isn’t prone to moisture before you glue the tiles down.
As each tile will need to be glued down, it can take a lot longer to install this type of luxury vinyl. It can also be more difficult to do it yourself, with many homeowners choosing to hire a professional to fit it for them.
• More affordable than click interlock LVT
• Increased stability
• Less likely to be affected by changes in moisture and temperature
• More durable in heavy traffic areas
Although LVT flooring isn’t typically impacted by changes in moisture and temperature like wooden flooring, it can still pose some problems for the floor. So, if you’re planning on installing in high-moisture areas, Glue down is generally the better option.