Vinyl floor on HDF carrier

Vinyl floor on Hdf carrier - robust and hard-wearing

Vinyl floor coverings are very much in vogue, and not only in the commercial sector. Vinyl is the floor covering of choice wherever high durability must go hand in hand with insensitivity to dirt and little cleaning effort. One such area of application is, for example, kindergartens, but also households where children are not only allowed to play in the children's room

How quickly does a glass of paint or a glass of water fall over with the brushes when painting. On an unvarnished parquet floor, that would be a medium apocalypse. On a vinyl floor, one wipe with a damp mop is enough to remove the dirt. Water cannot penetrate and the floor looks just as flawless afterwards as it did before.

You have the choice between the most diverse, expressive designs, whether it is the reproduction of wood, stone or other natural materials. At first glance, each of our vinyl floors looks so authentic that your visitors often save themselves the trouble of taking a second look

Then they make a surprising discovery: their floor is wonderfully resilient and quiet. The latter is due to the integrated cork layer. When walked on barefoot, the floor is pleasantly warm to the feet, even in winter

Our top class vinyl floors are simply home friendly. By the way, you do not need to worry about her health either. Our vinyl floors do not contain any harmful plasticizers.

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What is so special about a vinyl floor on HDF carrier?

This type of vinyl floor is reinforced with a so-called "high density fibreboard" (HDF). These are wood fibres that have been specially compressed with the help of glue and under the influence of pressure and heat. Which makes the floor covering extremely robust and dimensionally stable. In addition, it can also be used to level out punctual unevenness that has formed on the subfloor

This makes it easier to install the vinyl floor in your home. You can also lay vinyl floors with HDF reinforcement on existing tiles or wooden floorboards. However, you should not lay this floor covering in damp rooms. The boards could swell due to the influence of moisture regularly acting on them.

Very easy to install - can be walked on immediately

Since most vinyl floors of this type have an integrated cork layer, you can save yourself additional impact sound insulation. However, if you lay the floor directly on the screed, we recommend protecting the floor with a special foil, which you can order with the floor covering. The film acts as a so-called vapour barrier

It is possible that there is still a certain residual moisture in the screed. It may also absorb humidity in high summer temperatures

This danger exists above all when you lay the floor on the ground floor. With the foil you protect not only the floor but also the screed. By the way, these floors are perfectly suitable for installation over underfloor heating.

We recommend that you install a vinyl floor on an HDF substrate as a floating installation because of the impact sound absorbing cork layer. The installation will be easy for the do-it-yourself layman, if you don't have two left hands. The integrated click system makes your work easy. You only have to join the individual floor segments together and you can enjoy your new vinyl floor a little later.