Luxury Vinyl Tiles (LVT) Edging Options and Adhesives

Luxury Vinyl Tiles (LVT) Edging Options

Our luxury vinyl floors come with 3 different edging options, bevelled, microbevelled and square edge. You may have heard the term "bevelled edge" before, but not been sure what it means. Well a bevel is one way to finish off the edges of the board. The kind of edging you should choose depends mainly on the kind of look you'd like to achieve in your home. The below guide will help you choose the right edging for you. To help you achieve an even more unique look find out more about using design strips with your vinyl flooring.

Square Edge Vinyl

Square edge vinyl tiles give a perfectly smooth, unbroken finish. The look tends to be seen as more modern, and allows for easy maintenance. Some straight edge vinyl tiles actually come with a "bevel impression" design which creates the illusion of a bevel, but is actually square edge.

Bevelled Edge Vinyl

Vinyl tiles with a bevelled edge aren't just wood effect, they can be stone and ceramic effect too. The bevelled edge gives each board distinction and help hide tiny gaps between the boards which might appear over time.

Feature Strips

Vinyl flooring also has the unique option of feature strips, these are very thin strips of vinyl which can be laid in between your tiles. Typically these create the effect of grouting and can help create wonderful effects.

 

Vinyl Adhesives

General Use Vinyl Adhesive

Many of our adhesives are designed for general use throughout the house, but each has its own particular formula. Often, the adhesives will come with particular practical advantage, but they all create the same effect. Be sure to check that the adhesive is compatible with your floor before you buy.

High Temperature Vinyl Adhesive

These adhesives are ideal for any room which can get really hot. If you're installing in conservatories or over underfloor heating, these will hold together in the heat. Be sure to check that the adhesive is compatible with your floor before you buy.

Moisture Resistant Vinyl Adhesive

Typically 2 part, epoxy resins, these adhesives form an extra-strong bond which is designed for areas of excessive moisture such as bathrooms. Be sure to check that the adhesive is compatible with your floor before you buy.