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  • Laying vinyl flooring continuously without an expansion joint

    Today, we show you how to lay a vinyl floor almost completely through a space without using an expansion joint. This situation could occur in many houses or apartments: a living room and a hallway with an adjoining entrance area are to be laid with the same flooring throughout. By paying attention to a few essential details, this can be quite successful with a planeo plank. Moreover, it's visually appealing when no interruption disturbs the appearance of the floor decor.

  • Vinyl Flooring Expansion Joint - What to Consider?

    The correct expansion joint for vinyl flooring should be maintained due to the properties of the material. In this article, we highlight relevant details during installation. Why is it important to have expansion joints and to adhere to them? Where should they be maintained? Why are expansion joints so crucial for vinyl? We are happy to provide you with insights on this topic.

  • What is Vinyl? Clear Explanation for Beginners and Professionals

    Vinyl is a versatile material used in various aspects of daily life. It is particularly popular as a flooring option due to its durability, resilience, and ease of maintenance. In this guide, you'll learn everything you need to know about vinyl, from the basics and properties to the different types of vinyl flooring and design flooring. This guide will cover all the essential information about vinyl, from its fundamental properties to the different types of vinyl floors. Additionally, we'll delve into the differences between vinyl and design floors.

  • What are Vinyl Usage Classes?

    Vinyl flooring is increasingly popular due to its versatility and durability. A key factor in selecting the right vinyl floor is its usage class. This indicates how well the flooring meets the requirements of various areas of use – from living rooms to industrial halls. In this guide, we illuminate the concept of usage classes, their significance in selection, and the differences between the classes to ease your decision-making process.

  • Laying Vinyl Over Laminate: A Good Way to Save Time and Costs?

    Are you looking to give your aged laminate flooring a new look? With click and adhesive vinyl, this can be achieved quickly, cost-effectively, and without the need for significant DIY skills. However, when laying the flooring, there are several factors you need to consider. Most importantly, you should steer clear of the idea of laying the vinyl directly on top of the laminate flooring. While technically feasible and recommended in DIY magazines as a time-saving trick, it does not offer a long-term solution and can lead to a host of problems. In the worst-case scenario, a complete reinstallation of the floor may even be necessary. Below, we discuss the problems that can arise when installing vinyl flooring over laminate and how to properly approach renewing your floor from the start.

  • Rigid Vinyl (SPC Vinyl) - What makes it so special?

    You've probably heard of rigid vinyl or SPC vinyl - the latest advancement in vinyl flooring. But what is behind this designation and what exactly makes this type of vinyl flooring so special? Is Rigid Vinyl just as easy to install as conventional solid vinyl with a click system? Get answers to these and many more questions in our article. Get to know the special product SPC Vinyl and convince yourself of its advantages.

  • Vinyl flooring on tiles - what you need to know!

    Is it easy to install vinyl flooring on tiles? We are confronted with these and similar questions every day. Since they cannot be answered in a straightforward manner, in this article we will go in depth into all the important questions that have come up for us on the subject of laying vinyl flooring on tiles.

  • Vinyl flooring: Does a high wear layer protect from scratches?

    We would like to shed some light on the subject of wear layers in vinyl flooring. There are many specifications circulating on the market, such as layers with a thickness of 0.3 or 0.5 millimetres. What does this value actually mean in practice? And what exactly is the wear layer of the vinyl? What is the difference when using layers of different thicknesses? Regardless of the overall thickness of a vinyl floor covering, which is around 5 mm, the wear layer specification refers specifically to the thickness of the decor. A thicker wear layer the thickness of the decor layer, stands for a longer protection of the surface. We will now explain the significance in terms of resistance to scratches.

  • Vinyl flooring patterns, parquet flooring patterns, laminate flooring patterns and more - Discover now and order for free

    At planeo, you can’t just choose between vinyl flooring patterns, parquet patterns, or laminate patterns, our extensive sample collection consists of more than just these three types of flooring. You can also order samples of various other floor coverings as well as decking boards, wall panelling, etc. Simply follow the respective link to order a corresponding sample. The samples are sent free of charge - That’s our service!

  • Adhesive vinyl flooring - 4 ways to install adhesive vinyl

    Gluing vinyl flooring is the standard installation method for design flooring. First of all, this means laying adhesive vinyl over the entire surface of the wet bed. This is how professional installers have been doing it for decades. But the classic method of gluing vinyl flooring is also suitable for the dedicated hobby floor layer. If you are not confident with this installation method, there are other options for gluing vinyl flooring. You can also dry glue vinyl planks in different variants. This makes the installation process much easier. Because all the components for gluing vinyl flooring are already defined here. Therefore, we’ll show you the best alternatives to the usual vinyl floor gluing.
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