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Vesdura Vinyl Planks - 5mm PVC Click Lock - Renaissance Collection

Sienna / 5mm / PVC / Click Lock

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Style: Sienna

Thickness: 5mm

Core Type: PVC

Installation Method: Click Lock


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Product Overview

Authentic wood look, designed to look and feel like real wood floors, these vinyl planks exactly mimic solid wood flooring on a resilient, and easy to maintain, vinyl surface.

  • Water resistance, corrosion resistance
  • 25 year residential warranty / 3 year commercial warranty
  • PVC Core

Warranty, Installation & Other Info

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Specifications

Color Brown Shade Dark Shade
Installation Type Click Lock Core Type PVC
Underpad Attached? Underpad Not Attached Thickness (mm) 5
Width (in.) 6.44 Length (in.) 46.33
Wear Layer Thickness (mm) 0.50 Gloss Level Low-Gloss
Texture Detail Embossed in Register (EIR) Edge Type Micro Beveled Edge
Grade Above/On/Below Grade Certification FloorScore®
Radiant Heat Compatible? No Absorption 100% Waterproof
Core Type Detail Vinyl Flooring / Poly Vinyl Chloride (PVC) Residential Warranty (in years) 25
Commercial Warranty (in years) 3 Country of Origin China
Packaging Dimensions (inches) Height: 2.16 Length: 47.05 Width: 6.93 Product Dimensions (in) Height: 0.2 Length: 46.34 Width: 6.44
Sqft / Box 20.71 Proposition 65
Color Brown
Shade Dark Shade
Installation Type Click Lock
Core Type PVC
Underpad Attached? Underpad Not Attached
Thickness (mm) 5
Width (in.) 6.44
Length (in.) 46.33
Wear Layer Thickness (mm) 0.50
Gloss Level Low-Gloss
Texture Detail Embossed in Register (EIR)
Edge Type Micro Beveled Edge
Grade Above/On/Below Grade
Certification FloorScore®
Radiant Heat Compatible? No
Absorption 100% Waterproof
Core Type Detail Vinyl Flooring / Poly Vinyl Chloride (PVC)
Residential Warranty (in years) 25
Commercial Warranty (in years) 3
Country of Origin China
Packaging Dimensions (inches) Height: 2.16 Length: 47.05 Width: 6.93
Product Dimensions (in) Height: 0.2 Length: 46.34 Width: 6.44
Sqft / Box 20.71
Proposition 65

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    Product was relatively easy to install. Instructions say to join one plank at a time. Depending on the length of your floor it would be easier to connect the entire length of a row, then click it into place with the prior row. Otherwise you have to work two different angle when doing it one plank at a time. To do it this way you'd need another person to help work the entire length of the row into place. A few other thoughts. The planks are really thick. While scoring then snapping does work, it is much easier if you rent a vinyl tile cutter at your local equipment rental place. It is like a giant paper cutter. It cost $20 a day and was a lifesaver for the straight edge cuts. Plan for additional time if you have anything unusual about your floor. I had in ground air vents to deal with. The cutter didn't help as the cuts needed to be precise. So scoring and snapping was the only option. And cutting in advance also didn't work to well. So I cut out those openings after the floor was done by marking where the vents were, then using a little saw to cut out the opening. It took a lot of time. Also, my floor was adjacent to a tile floor at an angle, so all of those cuts also had to be very precise, sometimes getting the angle right was a challenge. Last, my drywall did not run all the way to the bottom of the concrete floor. So when placing my spacers, then tended to fall over, which then caused the floor to move a little when I was installing the planks.

    By wayne m. from Prior Lake, MN on Mar 13, 2017

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