Our installers do not install peel and stick vinyl tiles. These types of tiles tend to be inexpensive and are designed for short-term projects such as homes for rent or sale. These types of tiles are not designed to last for extended use and tend to lose adhesion over time. For this reason we leave this product to the do-it-yourself-ers.
Articles in this section
- What type of cushion/ pad should I use under my carpet?
- Do you put quarter round on top of carpet?
- Can you put laminate on top of tile?
- Can you install laminate on top of the peel and stick vinyl I currently have in my bathroom?
- I have a particle board subfloor. What kind of flooring can I put on top of it?
- I want perfectly smooth tile flooring. What should I choose?
- What does "natural stone tile" mean?
- What are the pros and cons of Cali Bamboo flooring?
- Does Lowe's offer waterproof flooring?
- What is the difference between vinyl and linoleum?