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Since vinyl comes in 6' and 12' widths, seaming may be necessary depending on the area to be covered. Certain patterns will hide seams better. For example, tile patterns with grout lines are better able to mask seams.

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Ultimate Guide to Vinyl Sheet Flooring
...ils everything you need to know about vinyl sheet flooring. What is Vinyl Sheet? Vinyl sheet comes in a single roll that are 6-12 feet wide. This limits the number of seams seen after install. It is completely impermeable to water and is similar to linoleum. Vinyl sheet can be made to look just like wood, stone, and slate, or take on its own unique patterns. <...
What's the difference between linoleum and vinyl flooring?
...quite as well as vinyl. Water Resistance Sheet linoleum is made of natural materials that are much more susceptible to damage from water and cleaning products, so the seams must be sealed directly after installation and then re-sealed periodically. If this maintenance is skipped, the floor loses its water resistance and can also begin to curl up at the edges. Becau...
Wood-Look Vinyl Flooring
... for moisture-prone areas like bathrooms and laundry rooms, you might opt for a vinyl floor that achieves the same look. Vinyl sheet is a great choice for these spaces because it has no (or very few) seams and its surface is incredibly resilient. Luxury vinyl tiles and planks — whether traditional LVT or rigid core — are 100% waterproof so when exposed to water, they will not swell, buckle or lose...