When it comes to flooring such as carpet, it is usually a requirement to first add an underlay. This is so that you get more endurance from your purchase, saving you money on early replacements. An underlay will help to absorb the impact of foot traffic while providing a cushioning effect that makes the floor comfortable for your feet. However, does vinyl flooring require underlay?
When the time comes to install a new floor, it is common to forget that what you don’t see is just as important as what you do see. In other words, you should think about preparing your subfloor for vinyl before you add any new flooring. The way in which you prepare your subflooring will determine how long your new installation will last. So, keep reading to effectively prep your subfloor!