Before starting your kitchen renovation or cabinet refacing Anaheim project, there are some things to remember before installing luxury vinyl flooring. Even if luxury vinyl looks easy to install, you still need to ensure you get the best quality. Here are some tips to ensure that you get the best flooring for your home:

To prevent scratches and other damages on your new vinyl floor, use furniture pads to protect it. Make sure to clean the flooring thoroughly with a soft cloth or mop. Avoid using wax polish that can scratch the floor. LV flooring requires a 1/4-inch underlayment, while carpet does not. If you plan to install LV flooring in your kitchen, you should remove the carpet underlayment first, then add the underlayment.

When installing vinyl flooring, check the direction of your existing flooring and lay down an entire row at a time. This way, you’ll have a solid reference point to follow when installing the slat pattern. If you’re unsure about the direction of your existing flooring, check out the diagram provided with the vinyl floor product. If possible, you can use the suggested installation diagram that comes with the flooring.

Another great way to renew your vinyl flooring is by painting it. This is an inexpensive and effective way to refresh the floor, and it’s perfect for basement floors. It also protects against water and scratches and is easy to clean. If you’re concerned about the environmental impact, vinyl is the better choice. It’s great for homes with children and pets and is easy to clean and maintain. So, before you buy the flooring or other materials for your kitchen remodeling and cabinet refacing Aliso Viejo, check out the benefits and drawbacks of the material before you choose it.

Here’s a helpful infographic from Mr. Cabinet Care which may come handy when you decide to start your own kitchen remodeling project.

Things to Remember Before Using Vinyl Flooring