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Cushion Vinyl from Kingfisher Flooring 

This type of flooring is the easiest way to add more colour or pattern into a room.
The Lifestyle Flooring brand offers an extensive selection of vinyls, some of which are the traditional tile designs which are current within interior design, as pictured below. Other styles are more contemporary, inspired by polished concrete for a minimal home. The rest are inspired by natural wood and stone effect; there is something to suit everyones taste and budget within the cushion vinyl ranges we offer.

Kingfisher Flooring also supplies vinyl from Tarkett, Gerflor, Beauflor and Avenue, amongst other own brands from our suppliers.

Vinyl Flooring has an almost endless range of styles, is good quality, soft under-foot, easy to clean and slip resistent so it is suitable for hallways, conservatories, bathrooms and kitchens.

Cushion vinyl is usually available in widths of 2,3 & 4 metres so it is ideal for small spaces.

Once your cushion vinyl is fitted it is very simple to maintain. Regularly sweep with a soft broom or hoover. Mop when necessary with a floor cleaner which does not contain bleach. Cushion vinyl is a soft floor so try to avoid dragging heavy furniture across it, or furniture on castors, wearing stiletto heels. Please be aware it is likely to dent if sharp or heavy objects get dropped on it.

Preparation Work
As kitchens and bathrooms tend to be the most likely rooms to have cushion vinyl it is common for our fitters to move white goods and kickboards in order to lay the vinyl underneath to leave our customers with the neatest finish possible, this is something that can be discussed at consultation.

Cushion vinyl must be laid on to a flat, smooth, solid surface to keep it looking its best for longer. Our fitters are able to carry out any preparation work that may be required to save having to hire any other tradesmen.

Concrete sub-floors occassionally need a thin layer of self levelling screed, this is common in rooms that have had ceramic tiles and have been left with a bumpy surface. Screeding is a process that is best done a day or two ahead of fitting to allow it to thoroughly set, however, a fast setting option is available in certain circumstances. Where the sub-floor is boarded it is standard to have a layer of hardboard or plywood where necessary before laying the vinyl.

If you need further advice on the fitting of cushion vinyl feel free to contact us 

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"Very pleased with the service. The floor fitters who attended my house were very helpful, efficient and laid the vinyl floor very competitively. I was very pleased with the service and work done." 
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