Most vinyl flooring products are different in that they are sold in sheet or tile form. They can be rolled up in one large piece throughout the project area, or glued side-by-side. However, each vinyl plank floor can be installed in a similar location to the actual hardwood, staggered across the project area so that the plank seams do not line up and each One piece is connected by interlocking pieces.
The strips are made of durable polyurethane, assembled in layers. The subfloor is usually designed to interact with an adhesive, whether it's glue that the installer has to apply by hand, or a pre-made sticky surface that attaches to the subfloor simply by pressing it into place.
The top layer is printed with the same picture as the hardwood and is generally scratch and scratch resistant to prevent wear and tear over time. Just as real hardwood floors come in many different kinds of wood and stains of various colors, vinyl Flooring comes in just as many shades and designs.