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Polyflor Bevel Line Wood Smoked Chestnut Vinyl Flooring 1999

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The Polyflor Bevel Line Wood Smoked Chestnut Vinyl Flooring 1999 is a luxury vinyl floor that brings out the beauty of the real thing in the most stunning manner.


The Polyflor Bevel Line Wood Smoked Chestnut Vinyl Flooring 1999 brings out the rich intricate details that are usually found in natural wood and stone floors. Once installed, it can be difficult to differentiate between this LVT and the real stuff.


Taking the authenticity of the floor to the next level are its bevelled edges. These edges enhance the texture definition and add a distinct personality to the floor. This clever design further enhances the beauty and character of the Polyflor Bevel Line Wood Smoked Chestnut Vinyl Flooring 1999.


The bevelled design also makes for an easy installation. Further, the beveled edges make the floor more accommodative of subfloors with minor flaws.


Another feature exclusive to the Polyflor Bevel Line Wood Smoked Chestnut Vinyl Flooring 1999 is the polyurethane reinforcement with a crosslink and UV-cured technology. This advanced treatment translates into immense practical benefits for you.


For one, the floor is extremely resistant to scratches, cracks and moisture. Moreover, it is resistant to chemicals. So, if you use harsh cleaning chemicals unknowingly, the chances of these chemicals seeping into the floor and damaging the internal structure are minimal.


These benefits make maintenance easy and cost-effective saving you substantial effort and money in the long run.


This Polyflor Bevel Line floor is a great choice for commercial, residential and industrial spaces.


It is ideal for a range of diverse environments including multi-purpose halls, retail stores, classrooms and corporate open-plan offices. It is also great for industrial settings that see sedentary work and infrequent use of light vehicles. The floor is great for use in any space in your home including living spaces, bathrooms and kitchens.


The Polyflor Bevel Line Wood Smoked Chestnut Vinyl Flooring 1999 is simply matchless in looks and performance. Get the best value for your money with this superior quality LVT.

Pack Size (in m2) 3.34
Product Number 1999
Manufacturer Polyflor
Vinyl Range Polyflor Bevelline
Thickness 2.5mm
Length 914mm
Width 101mm
Style Wood Effect
Floor Colour Grey
Edge Detail Bevel Edge
Wear Layer 0.70mm
Installation Method Glue Down
Underfloor Heating Suitable
Durability High Wear Resistance
Warranty 10 Years

Polyflor Bevel Line Wood Smoked Chestnut Vinyl Flooring 1999 Maintenance

Polyflor Bevel Line Wood Smoked Chestnut Vinyl Flooring 1999 Vinyl floors are extremely durable, resistant to scratches and stains, and are available in a variety of colours and designs to suit any interior décor. Vinyl floors can handle high levels of foot traffic efficiently.

Vinyl floors are soft to walk on, and are noise-absorbent. these features make them particularly attractive to commercial property owners, and home owners with pets and kids. They are affordable and can be installed easily and quickly.

To keep reaping the benefits of your Polyflor Bevel Line Wood Smoked Chestnut Vinyl Flooring 1999 for a long time, you need to maintain them well. Maintaining vinyl floors is easy compared to other flooring types. Here are a few maintenance tips for long-lasting vinyl floors:

  • Once the Polyflor Bevel Line Wood Smoked Chestnut Vinyl Flooring 1999 is installed, avoid washing your floor for a minimum period of 24 hours
  • Mop the floor as regularly as once a week. Follow your manufacturer’s floor-cleaning manual to use appropriate methods and cleaning solutions for mopping.
  • Clean your floor regularly. Use a vacuum for the purpose. You could also use a soft brush to sweep off loosely-attached dirt.
  • Use entrance mats for doors that allow people in from outside. These mats stop sharp or other damage-causing items at the door itself, keeping your floor safe from scratches and gouges.
  • Remove the finishing layer from floors and re-apply regularly if you have installed dressed floors. Stripping method and frequency must be in accordance to manufacturer guidelines.
  • Use floormats in water-prone areas to minimise floor’s contact with excess water.
  • Clean liquid spills at the earliest, to avoid unsightly stains in the long run.
  • Use felt pads beneath furniture body and legs so that they do not cause damage such as scratches or cracks upon dragging.
  • Use slow, even and careful movements, when moving appliances. Abrupt and careless movements can cause deep scratches on the floor. Use equal care when moving an any wheel-based appliance as these too, are equally damaging.
  • Keep your pet’s nails in check, regularly, to avoid scratches on your vinyl floor.

Glue Down LVT Installation GuideThe Polyflor Bevel Line Wood Smoked Chestnut Vinyl Flooring 1999 requires a glue down installation method. Glue down luxury vinyl tile installation is easy to do by yourself. While professional installation will guarantee the best-quality finish, you can still achieve aesthetically pleasing results via the DIY method.

Each luxury vinyl floor has its own installation instructions provided by the manufacturer. However, there are some general guidelines you can follow. Here, you’ll discover the basics of glue down LVT installation. 

Choosing the right adhesive

It’s important to ensure you’re using the right adhesive when gluing down luxury vinyl tiles. This will ensure a strong, long-lasting bond. You will find information regarding the type of adhesive you’ll need in the Polyflor Bevel Line Wood Smoked Chestnut Vinyl Flooring 1999 manufacturer guidelines. 

There are a number of factors to consider when choosing LVT adhesive. The room you’ll be installing the floor into plays a role in the type of adhesive you might need. For example, if you’ll be installing it in the bathroom, the adhesive is going to need to be moisture resistant. If you’ll be installing it in a room that tends to get quite hot, you’ll need a high-temperature adhesive. 

If in doubt, refer to the manufacturer guidelines, or contact our friendly team who will be able to advise you of the best adhesive to suit your installation. 

Preparing for installation

You will need to carry out a number of preparation steps before you install the floor. Firstly, you’ll want to acclimatise the luxury vinyl tiles for a period of around 48 hours. Ideally this should be done in a room with a similar temperature to the one you’re installing it in. 

While you’re waiting for the floor to be acclimatised, you can start preparing the subfloor. You’ll need to make sure it’s clean and level. Vinyl can be installed on most subfloor materials, but it does need to be flat and clean beforehand. If you’re working with a concrete floor, it should be totally cured and dry for at least six weeks prior to the installation. 

It is also a good idea to check the moisture levels of the subfloor. If it has a high-moisture content, you can use a drying screed, along with a moisture resistant adhesive to protect the LVT. 

Installation method

Once you’re ready to install your new floor, you can follow the general steps below:

Step 1: Begin in the centre of the room

With glue down LVT installation, it’s best to start installing the floor in the centre of the room. Use a chalk line to mark the subfloor where the first line will begin. You can lay out the tiles first to check whether you’ll need to cut them near the walls and around any pipework in the room. 

Once you have prepared for where the tiles will go and cut them to size if required, you can begin adding the adhesive.

Step 2: Apply the adhesive

It’s really important to follow the instructions on your chosen adhesive. Apply it where the first and second rows will be fitted and ensure you lay the tiles down before it sets. Never apply more adhesive than you can use in the space it takes to dry. 

Be sure to spread the adhesive evenly with a trowel over the designated area. Then, place the tiles for the first and second rows down securely. 

Step 3: Use a hand roller to secure the floor

After you’ve laid the first tiles, use a hand roller to securely bond them to the adhesive. This will ensure they are adequately bonded, and they won’t pop up during the rest of the installation. 

Step 4: Use a damp cloth to wipe away excess glue

As you’re laying the planks, you may find some of the adhesive gets onto the tiles. If it does ooze out onto them, use a damp cloth to simply wipe it away. Don’t allow the adhesive to set on top of the tiles. 

Step 5: Use a floor roller to ensure a great bond

Once the first and second lines have been completed, use a floor roller to further bond the tiles to the adhesive. Ideally, the roller should weigh between 50kg to 65kg. Be sure to roll in different directions for best results.

Once the first and second lines have been installed, you can install the rest of the floor repeating the steps above. 

Glue down installation does take a little longer than click installation. However, it also leaves you with a strong, stable floor. 

Important: We highly recommend contacting the manufacturer of the floor to receive an official installation guide. Failure to follow manufacturer guidelines could void the warranty.

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Can I order less than the minimum stated on the site?

Unfortunately not unless you have just ordered some flooring and decide to add an additional box / number of boxes to your order to be sent out with your existing order. If this is the case, please quote your existing order ID in a message and send it via email or the contact form on the "Contact Us" page.

Do you provide a fitting service?

No.

Where can I buy stripping?

We provide stripping and adhesive in the accessories section.

Can I return some packs if I don't use them all?

Sorry but no.

Solid Wood Floors

Are solid wood floors appropriate for bathrooms?

Installing solid floors in water-prone areas causes them to swell. Consider pre-finished solid wood floors, which come with a waterproof surface.

Do solid wood floors support underfloor heating?

No.

How resistant are solid wood floors to scratches and chipping?

Lifestyle Flooring UK offer solid wood floors reinforced with multiple layers of protective coating. Therefore, our floors are extremely resistant to scratches and chipping.

Once installed, will my floor produce squeaky sounds?

Squeaks are caused due to a wobbly sub-floor. Solid wood flooring must be installed on an even and intact subfloor to prevent squeaks.

Is it necessary to leave a gap when installing a solid wood floor?

Yes, leave a gap of 10mm at the minimum, to accommodate expansions. A decorative bead board or skirting board can serve as a good cover for the gap.

What is the acclimation period for a solid wood floor?

Lifestyle Flooring UK recommends an acclimation period of 5 days. This ensures that the solid wood is in a perfect condition for installation.

Can a solid wood floor be sanded?

A solid wood floor can be sanded and refinished several times, which makes the floor look new. The floor doesn't need sanding for the initial 10 to 15 years though.

Engineered Wood Floors

Are engineered wood floors good for bathrooms?

Standard engineered wood floors are not recommended for bathrooms as too much contact with water causes them to swell. Pre-finished types are preferable as they feature a water-resistant surface.

Do engineered wood floors support underfloor heating?

Yes.

Are engineered floors resistant to scratches?

Floors from Lifestyle Flooring UK come with multiple protective coatings, which makes them highly scratchproof.

Are engineered wood floors susceptible to squeaks?

Squeaks occur when a floor is installed on an uneven subfloor. Correct installation will not produce squeaks.

Does an engineered wood floor need an expansion gap?

Yes, a gap of a minimum 10mm is required.

What is the acclimation period for this floor?

Allow the floor to stay for a minimum of 36hrs in the room of installation for acclimation.

Do these floors support sanding?

Engineered floors can be sanded multiple times to retain their new look. They will not, however need sanding for 10 to 15 years immediately after installation.

Laminate Wood Flooring

Are laminate floors suitable for bathrooms?

Yes. But, laminate floors are water resistant only to a certain extent. So, remove excess water at the earliest.

Are laminate floors scratchproof?

Yes.

Do these floors produce squeaking noises?

Install the floors on even subfloors to prevent such noises.

Do these floors need an expansion gap?

Laminate floors are not made of natural products however we recommended a minimum expansion gap of 1/4 inch.

Do laminate floors accommodate underfloor heating?

Yes.
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