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Installation Guide

Preparation Underlayment and Subfloor

Tools for the job
Material for the job
People for the job
Crawl spaces
Over existing vinyl floors

Installation Vinyl Sheet & Tile

Setting the first panel
Fastening all other panels
Final check
Installing the new vinyl floor covering
Avoid Going Wrong

Installation Ceramic Tile

Setting the first panel
Fastening all other panels
Installation - mortar
Installation - setting tile

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Installation Guide and Warranty
English (PDF)
Guide de pose et garantie

French (PDF)
Guía de instalación y garantía
Spanish (PDF)

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Installation Vinyl Sheet & Tile


Use patching compound only where necessary. It has been the Industry experience patching and flashing joints between panels increases the risk of seam telegraphing, tunneling and ridging. With careful installation patching can be avoided.

  • Fill voids 1/16” or greater, gaps, chipped edges, dents and gouges.

  • Use a patching compound approved by the vinyl flooring manufacturer. This is usually a hard-setting acrylic cement based product.

  • Patch must be completely cured before sanding.

Do NOT use an electric fan to speed up the drying time. This creates a “surface cure” that, while dry enough to sand, traps water below the surface and prevents a proper cure. The panel edges absorb the moisture, expand slightly and force the patch out of the joint as a bead that can later be seen through the vinyl.

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