Materials You Need from Start to Finish
IIC is used to determine the amount of impact noise isolation. The higher the IIC rating, the more effective it is at isolating vibrations and absorbing sound.56
STC is used to determine airborne sound transmission. The higher the STC rating the greater the effectiveness to reduce the transmission of airborne sound.62
Thicker Vinyl and Resilient flooring offers higher durability and an enhanced appearance.3mm
Wear Layer is measured in mils and refers to the top surface that provides the durability, stain, and scratch resistance for vinyl and resilient flooring products. The thicker the wear layer the more durable the floor is.6mil
The look & feel of products vary from smooth to high gloss to hand scraped giving you a wide selection to fit your personal style.Textured
Helps you determine at which elevation a product is best suited from basement to upper levels.On/ Above/ Below
Waterproof and water-resistant designations refer to the product’s ability to withstand moisture and spills. Waterproof or water-resistant vinyl and resilient flooring is suitable for all rooms in the house including kitchens, basements, and bathrooms.Waterproof
The surface for which the product can be installed upon. The surface should be clean, stable, and meet installation and warranty guidelines prior to installation.Floor Only
Sunrooms (also known as three season rooms or indoor porches) are rooms that permit daylight and views of the landscape while sheltering from adverse weather. Please see warranty instructions for detailed information on product usage.Yes
The minimum required amount of time in order for the product to be acclimated to the installation environment. Please see the installation and warranty documents for more details.No Acclimation Required
The subfloor is the base surface that the floor covering is installed upon. Approved subfloor types are listed. Please see installation documents for more details.Concrete, Vinyl, Plywood, Tile
The use of underlayment provides sound absorption, moisture protection, thermal protection, and softness underfoot. 6mil poly vapor barrier is needed when installing over concrete subfloors. Please see installation document for more details.Recommended
A transition molding is required in doorways in order to allow for integrity and expansion of the floor. Please see the installation and warranty documents for more details.No
The approved options available for routine cleaning in order to maintain your flooring. Please see installation documents for more details.Vacuum, Wet Mop and Jet Mop
Commercial and/or Residential manufacturer product guarantee to give you peace of mind.30 Year Residential
GREENGUARD Certified products are certified to GREENGUARD standards for low chemical emissions into indoor air during product usage. Visit ul.com/gg
Vapor Barriers provide additional protection between the subflooring and flooring by preventing the emission of vapors and moisture to the inside of the home. See installation instructions and warranty information for more guidance.Always over Concrete Subfloor
This states whether a product is compatible for use with radiant heat kits. See installation instructions and warranty for more details.Yes
Our vinyl and resilient flooring products offer installation type choices of floating/locking, glue-down and self-stick options, which provide varying levels of durability and ease of installation to suit your project needs.Floating/ Locking
Luxury vinyl flooring is 100% waterproof and stands up to most anything life throws its way! 3mm DuraLux Astoria Rigid Core Luxury Vinyl Plank is a highly durable and waterproof flooring option that is suitable for any room in the house, including basements, sunrooms, and full bathrooms. Plus, its rigid stone-based core makes each plank dent-resistant and scratch-resistant, and it’s backed by a 30 year residential warranty, so DuraLux is perfect for high-traffic areas.
- Install up to 4,225 square feet—No need for transition molding.
- You can install it right away—Pre-installation acclimation is unnecessary.
- Can be installed on, above, and below grade-level (perfect for basements!) and over most existing hard-surface flooring, including slightly irregular subfloors.