Many benefits go along with luxury vinyl flooring, but you might wonder if an underlayment is necessary during installation. Today, we will discuss that subject in further detail, so read along to learn more about it.
What underlayment does for vinyl flooring
While underlayment is not always necessary for vinyl flooring, it can be incredibly beneficial. For instance, if you have an active, busy home with children, pets, or both, the suitable underlay could offer noise suppression that creates a quieter and more peaceful work or lounging space.
On the other hand, it also provides more comfort underfoot, with a warmer, softer touch that can be more than beneficial on cold mornings. It’s a great way to get the most out of your flooring for every room in your home.
You should know that certain subfloor materials may warrant a stronger preference for underlayment due to moisture issues and the need for extra softness. Concrete is an excellent example of a subfloor material that may cause you to lean toward a quality underlayment, and we can tell you more about it when you visit our showroom.
Visit us for the vinyl flooring you need today
If you’re looking for the perfect floor covering, Surfaces NW is a great place to shop, with a well-stocked inventory of materials and associates who are entirely dedicated to your successful results. In addition, we have years of experience in flooring and its related services, so browse, ask questions, and take advantage of what that understanding can mean for you.
From our showroom in Salem, OR, we cater to residents from communities like Salem, Dallas, Albany, Corvallis, and McMinnville, OR, and we would like to work with you as well. So be sure to visit us at your convenience for the luxury vinyl floors you’ll love for years to come.