You’ve calculated your square footage, and are ready to begin looking for the perfect floor for your new home renovation project. You know that there are several planks inside a box of vinyl flooring, but what is the length of vinyl flooring?
Well, It Varies…
Unfortunately, there is no set answer to this questions. Because there are so many different manufacturer’s of vinyl flooring, the length tends to differ widely. The good news is that the length of vinyl flooring does not play a crucial role in your vinyl flooring installation. The length of vinyl flooring is generally decided upon the look and feel the manufacturer is trying to replicate. Vinyl flooring typically ranges anywhere from 20” – 50” in length; the shorter lengths typically being vinyl tile and the longer vinyl planks being a wood design.
What Should I Be Looking For Then?
If you are concerned about how much vinyl floor you will need or if you are trying to calculate boxes, you should pay attention to the vinyl flooring width, and the planks per box. However, the most important things you will need to look out for is the vinyl flooring thickness and the wear layer. These two work together to give you a vinyl floor that will last you a long time to come.
Check out the selection of vinyl flooring on Bestlaminate to see which length looks best to you! If you have questions in regards to placing an order, call us at 1-800-520-0961. If you have any other questions, write them in the comments below!
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