HOW TO INSTALL VINYL FLOORING SIMPLE STEPS TO FOLLOW

See how easy it is to Install Vinyl Flooring. Just follow these simple and easy steps and you can have a new floor in your home before you know it. Having a new floor makes a huge difference in your home.

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AFRICANwithCURLS says:

Thanks for posting. What I was looking for. Do you dwell in the Rochester, NY area?? Because I need my floor done. Thx again.

Maureen Garry says:

Thanks for the video, it helped a lot. Suggestion for next time: slow down the panning on the video a bit. It was too fast for the camera to focus and a little hard to watch. But that’s minor; appreciate the tips.

S Clear says:

I just got an estimate for $375 for a 5’6 laundry. I will definitely do it myself. thanks so much!

Mathew Eszenyi says:

Awesome video, thanks for taking the time to record and share. Insightful and to the point tutorial.

Also, thanks for keeping the video and comments professional, it is nice to be able to show to the wife and kids before starting the project to have a better collective idea of what is going on. I love DIY projects with my sons, it teaches them and saves the family a whole lot of money. You’re the man, thanks!

charles johnson says:

Nicely done…..wish l had watched this first….put down drywall screws….now it’s loosen….should’ve used staples…

Kyle Anderson says:

What flooring mud did you use?

tronarat says:

what if you have a cement slab

Jayleen Sam says:

very informative! thank you so much. and wish me luck! I. redoing the vinyl flooring in my kitchen all by my lonesome while my hubby is away for a nice surprise when he gets home!

Mata Butta says:

thanks for sharing! This was a lot easier to follow than some videos.

charredskeleton says:

3/8 or 1/2 inch ply instead of underlayment would have saved some time. Could have went right over all your problems. Yes you can use bc ply as underlayment the stuff with exterior glue is listed. Advice screw every inch on any seams and try to screw into joists where you can with ply if the sheets shift the seams are where it destroys the vinyl.

BahamianPrincess2009 says:

Hi, can I waterproof the plywood before I Lay the linoleum?

EDWARD DAVILA says:

Great video, thanks

Chibuzor Iheme says:

so nice how much does it cost?

Green Hornet says:

I followed your advice for my 8×27 foot cargo trailer which is being remodeled into a camper for my wife and I. The vinyl we picked turned out to be real soft/thin which posed problems and I got off straight/true enough that I had to cut it off at the fenderwells and realign. I’ll use a transition over the cut (it was my wife’s idea). If….IF I ever did this again, I’d have help and probably use vinyl tiles, but it was a fun experience. Thanks!

Abraham Alonzo Velázquez says:

Thanks!, dude

John Farias says:

hola

Jian Mei says:

what kind glue were you using to glue the vinyl flooring?

julio palacios salgado says:

When ya setting a new one on to off vinyl use the other side of the trowel or buy a flat one use no teeth put very little on it and spread if you got a small extra viniyl from a cut (trash) roll it whit the good side showing and use it to flat it whit that not the hands you use teeth when setting in concrete but its always good whit no teeth . Tools needed
Carpet spatula to run it on the sides to cut
Carpet knife to cut faster and not struggle
Carpet mini machete for beginners to help cut sides

World Scum says:

short and to the point, great vid,I wish more people would use this approach when making vids

Joshua Boteler says:

…don’t forget to roll it

Bad Alice says:

staples?

julio palacios salgado says:

When ya setting a new one on to off vinyl use the other side of the trowel or buy a flat one use no teeth put very little on it and spread if you got a small extra viniyl from a cut (trash) roll it whit the good side showing and use it to flat it whit that not the hands you use teeth when setting in concrete but its always good whit no teeth . Tools needed
Carpet spatula to run it on the sides to cut
Carpet knife to cut faster and not struggle
Carpet mini machete for beginners to help cut sides

YAH's Princess says:

what glue did you use?

Carrie Beth says:

Thank you for such an informative video! I do have a question. We are looking at installing vinyl flooring in a large room where we will have a seam. We’ve laid vinyl flooring before, but the seam part is making us a little nervous, and unfortunately, we can’t find any manufacturer’s recommendations for installation. Do you have any suggestions for the installation of it, in regards to gluing down versus leaving it as a floating floor (going off memory, I think that’s what the sales guy suggested, and just not so sure how comfortable we feel about that), and also for the seam? Never done the seaming before.
Here is the description for the flooring we have:
Comfort Foam double encapsulated fiberglass structure provides strength and dimensional stability. Modified loose-lay installation option,offers easy-in, easy-out flexibility. 105 gauge with 10 mil wear layer. Super Guard Urethane finish for stain protection and easy cleaning. Recommended full spread with releasable adhesive.

sindart says:

Wash room without a drain in the floor. Noob project

lg point says:

priyantha

Mason Ry says:

best vinyl vid on you tube

Iwillkillyourgoats says:

you should have mentioned that you need to let the glue flash before laying the vinyl back into it.

Elvi ALT-A says:

One thing i would’ve like to see is how you trimmed the excess flooring.

Dan Getica says:

what glue did you use?

Shanez Veganess TM says:

I reckon someone might have been murdered in that bathroom 😮

mike s says:

I see alot of trowls with differing depths of cuts, ( or grooves) which should I use ?

Amy says:

I would have liked to seen how to repair the water damaged spots, sealing it and replacing the plywood. I have a mobile home and want to try my own projects to save money.

Anthony M says:

Cool Video, I saw some waterprrof epoxy stuff at http://www.seamlessfloorsny.com is this the same stuff?

wRwwD says:

You don’t need to glue vinyl flooring at all.. and if you ever get bubbles from moving stuff arround you give your vinyl some space to move back in position.. use glue for edges or when u come up short, to glue the sides on eachother.

-saving you some money-

BahamianPrincess2009 says:

Hi, can I waterproof the plywood before I Lay the linoleum?

Voitcu says:

Wow! 4th Vinyl vid i watched in a row and not one shows how to actually cut the lino in to “FIT.” Not one used a Poly knife nor even a stanley blade. Most just used carpet blades (what!?) This vid doesn’t even show him cutting it in. Like that’s the easy part. All had some form of wall base, one even had all the walls elevated so it’s idiot proof to just tuck it beneath the wall, yet he still managed to cut it short. That’s ok he said, wall base will cover. Really??? Folks, these are not lino guys. I cut the vinyl to fit. In other words, you cannot squeeze a drop of water through. Most vinyl jobs do not come with the convenience of space between the wall and floor, nor the call for quarter round (yuck)? If you can see a hair deviation between the lino and wall, then you are not a vinyl guy. Sorry. And you won’t last in the field a week.

Mildred Kimberly Dawn Lee says:

Thank you for the glue pointer I would of should have surly over glued

awpatt says:

Maybe a stupid question, but what is the best way to trim the excess around the edges? Having some trouble with that and screwed up a DIY project.

Bad Alice says:

Plywood? lol

Darcy B says:

ty for good instructions. what kind of glue? and any advise for stairs?

KRAKEN91O says:

slow down with that camera movement i almost sicked myself, but good video.

ljuc says:

But don’t you need a time for vinyl to “rest” and adjust?

Alessio Trabelsi says:

i feel like these seamless floors are good, but they dont stick like a good epoxy floor does. Check out this company they do good prep work in nyc for epoxy and vct and sheet. Epoxy Flooring NYC

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