Installing Vinyl Flooring is Simple with Stone Barn® Floors
How to Install Vinyl Plank and Tile Flooring
Installers should thoroughly read our detailed instructions before beginning installation.
We do our best to ensure that every piece that we ship is of the highest quality, with no deviations in dimension or appearance. Installers should not use any pieces found to be irregular. Please contact us and we will send a replacement in a timely fashion.
It’s important to also ensure you have the proper subfloor to match the luxury vinyl flooring product you’ve chosen. Carefully examine the site conditions before installation, as we are not responsible for the existing wear of site conditions or the impact this will have on the vinyl flooring product.
Tips for Installing Vinyl Plank and Tile
- Inspect all product prior to beginning installation. Stone Barn® vinyl plank and tile can be installed over wood or concrete subfloors, or directly over existing floor coverings.
- Underlayments are not required when installing Stone Barn® vinyl plank and tile flooring.
- For best visual effect, shuffle planks or tiles from several different cartons and do not install similar planks or tiles next to one another.
Our installation guides below contain detailed installation instructions for glue down luxury vinyl plank and tile, click locking luxury vinyl plank and tile on wood plastic composite (WPC) and stone plastic composite (SPC) structures, subfloor preparation, and more. For further assistance installing your vinyl flooring product, please contact us at 602-431-6581.
Wood Plastic Composite
Brandywine Valley Collection
Stone Plastic Composite
Luxury Vinyl Plank & Tile
Mountain Pass Collection
Protection and Maintenance Guidelines
Lasting beauty can be achieved by purchasing a quality vinyl flooring product and providing proper ongoing maintenance. Stone Barn® Floors are easy to clean and maintain! Still, there are things you can do to prolong the beauty of your luxury vinyl plank and tile: place floor protectors under furniture, mats at entrances to prevent dirt and grit from being tracked onto the floor, and sweep and vacuum (with one that does not use a beater bar), or damp mop as needed using clean water and a diluted floor cleaner.