Estimate how much vinyl surface is needed to measure room area (square code). To get square yards, first calculate the square feet:
Measure the length and width of the room.
L (ft.) x w (ft.) = SF
Square feet / 9 (square feet in yard) = square yards
For example, a 12 foot x 8 foot room is 96 square feet and 10.67 square yards.
You need to do some preparation in the room before the vinyl floor room starts to put down the vinyl record.
Step 1 remove furniture, appliances or toilets.
Step 2 remove the door from the hinge.
Step 3 remove the floor trim with a crowbar. Wedge the crowbar slowly between the trim and the wall, and insert a small piece of wood behind the crowbar. Wood protects the walls from damage and provides leverage when prying open the trim.
Step four remove the nails from the wall with pliers. If the nail is embedded in the mold and you intend to reuse the same trim, pulling the nail out of the back of the molding will prevent it from splitting.
Prepare vinyl sheet concrete for floor: vinyl sheet can be installed on concrete if the concrete surface is clean, smooth and dry. Repair any holes or cracks. You can use the grinder to lower the high point. Any slight turbulence can be removed with a masonry chisel and a sledgehammer. (wear safety glasses. )
Linoleum floor or vinyl floor: if the existing floor is in good condition, you can put a layer of vinyl floor on the old linoleum floor or vinyl floor. If the old floor is rough or dented, use embossing compound. When the embosser is used with a straight edge trowel, it will produce a smooth surface to support the new floor. Damaged or loose vinyl flooring should be removed.
Floor to be padded: if you are using hardwood, embossed, cushioned, curved or uneven flooring, you need a pad. Eventually, the bumps on the old floor will show up on the new floor. As time goes on, the new floor will get the texture of the floor below. If it is impractical to remove the old floor or the rough area is too serious to use the embossing leveler, please cover it with a new plywood cushion.
Unless otherwise specified by local regulations, 1 / 4 inch BC plywood is a good cushion. Ensure that any plywood used is of lining grade. If a new plywood liner is used, remember that the floor will rise.
The door frame must be cut at the bottom to fit the new thickness and the threshold value needs to be replaced. If the new floor is in the kitchen, some cupboards may have to be raised to accommodate the raised refrigerator height.
When the installation area is ready, you can begin to lower the pad.
Step 1: to secure the door frame, cut through the bottom edge of the door trim to make room for the new lining to slide underneath. Use a small piece of lining as a guide for spacing.
Step 2 nail all old, loose floors with ring nails. Place nails under the floor surface and fill in any holes or cracks.
Step 3 when installing the new lining, stagger the plywood joints and leave a 1 / 32 inch gap between the plates for expansion. Leave a 1 / 8 inch gap in the wall. Always use fasteners and tightening methods recommended by vinyl flooring and plywood manufacturers.
Step 4 if necessary, use ready mixed floor leveling agent or cement patching agent to smooth any uneven areas where the lining plates meet. Wait for it to dry before grinding. Clean the floor thoroughly. The surface must be smooth and free of debris, grease or wax.
Warning: always follow the manufacturer's instructions and specifications. Failure to do so may void the product warranty.
Cut the floor to fit the vinyl floor with a width of 6 and 12 feet, allowing seamless flooring to be installed in smaller rooms such as bathrooms, lobbies and kitchens.
After placing the new vinyl floor in the room to be installed for at least 24 hours, adapt it to the room.
There are two ways to measure and install vinyl. You can measure the entire building area. Cut vinyl into three inches wider floors than all sides, then place excess vinyl in place and trim. This method is suitable for rooms that are easy to install and have few angles or obstacles.
Or, make a template for the floor layout. Transfer the template to vinyl and cut properly before placing it in place. Use this method for thicker vinyl or rooms that are difficult to install due to angles or recesses. Provide mounting kit, including paper, markers, tape, cutting blades and complete instructions to form accurate patterns.
Draw a plan use grid paper to draw a plan to scale. Don't forget to include these areas in your closet and under your mobile device. If you plan to trim and try on instead of using a template, add 3 inches along the outside. Fit the sheet vinyl by trimming to the appropriate location if you plan to trim and install the floor after it is placed in place, perform the following steps. Use instruction step 1 to use your plan sketch and use a washable marker to transfer it to the vinyl substrate.
Step 2, step 3, step 4, step 5, step 6, step 7 the same principle is used for the shoe mold and the skirting line. When reinstalling them, leave them slightly off the floor for expansion. Nail the molding to the wall, not to the floor. Changes in humidity will cause the floor to bond firmly to the mold.
Step 8 if your new floor requires seams and you want to apply them to the old floor, offset the new seam by at least 6 inches from the old seam.
Using templates or mounting kits to fit sheet vinyl these steps tell you how to install a vinyl sheet if you plan to cut it before placing it. Use instruction step 1 to place the builder's paper on the floor. To hold the paper in place, cut triangular holes in it and tape it. Leave 1 / 8 inch (for expansion) between the edge of the paper and the wall.