ADDICTION SERIES PAGE 1-20 ADDICTION SPECIFICATIONS PAGE 3
EXOTICA SPECIFICATIONS PAGE 22
ADDICTION 903 ADDICTION 904 ADDICTION 905 ADDICTION 906 ADDICTION 907 ADDICTION 908 ADDICTION 909 ADDICTION 910 ADDICTION 911 ADDICTION 912 ADDICTION 913 ADDICTION 914 ADDICTION 915 ADDICTION 916 ADDICTION 917 ADDICTION 918 ADDICTION 919
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EXOTICA 306 EXOTICA 307 EXOTICA 308 EXOTICA 326 EXOTICA 381 EXOTICA 390 EXOTICA 392 EXOTICA 393 EXOTICA 394 EXOTICA 395 EXOTICA 396 EXOTICA 399 EXOTICA 701 EXOTICA 702 EXOTICA 703 EXOTICA 704 EXOTICA 705
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HARVEST SPECIFICATIONS HARVEST ROOM SCENE HARVEST DETAILS AND TRIM
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REJUVENATION SERIES PAGE 45-58 REJUVENATION SPECIFICATIONS PAGE 46
RESTORATION 107 RESTORATION 111 RESTORATION 112 RESTORATION 120 RESTORATION 290 RESTORATION 291 RESTORATION 297 RESTORATION 382 RESTORATION 385 RESTORATION 402 RESTORATION 706 RESTORATION 707 RESTORATION 708 RESTORATION 709 RESTORATION 710
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REJUVENATION 523 REJUVENATION 532 REJUVENATION 535 REJUVENATION 536 REJUVENATION 538 REJUVENATION 563 REJUVENATION 564 REJUVENATION 565 REJUVENATION 566 REJUVENATION 567 REJUVENATION 568 REJUVENATION 569
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RESTORATION SERIES PAGE 59-78 RESTORATION SPECIFICATIONS PAGE 60
RESTORATION 104 RESTORATION 106
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SIMPLISTIC SPECIFICATIONS PAGE 80 SIMPLISTIC ROOM SCENES PAGE 81-85
PRODUCT DETAILS AND TRIM WARRANTY AND MAINTENANCE
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Addiction (Embossed in Registery)
Our all-new line of Embossed Regisry was designed to enrich any room setting with high definition luxurious wood looks and state of the art patterns in an assortment of stylish colors for any type of home design.
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Warning : This product cannot be installed in exterior installa � ons, seasonal porches, boats, campers, RV’s, sunrooms, or non-temperature-controlled rooms or homes. Warranty - This product comes with a Manufacturer’s Limited Warranty. The warranty applies only to the original purchaser from date of purchase (not date of installa � on). Contact our customer service department to request a wri � en copy of the warranty which provides details of coverage and limita � ons. Pre-Installa � on Flooring to be installed in one large area must all be purchased at the same � me to insure uniformity and consistency in quality, color, texture and sheen. This product is manufactured according to strict quality standards. In the event that a defect is discovered, the industry standard permits a defect tolerance not to exceed 5%. It is recommended to order an addi � onal 10% for cuts, waste and grading allowances. During installa � on, inspect the planks/ � les con � nuously. Defects that can be seen from a standing posi � on, should be cut o ff or culled from the installa � on. Installing visibly defec � ve planks/ � les cons � tutes acceptance of these pieces. To assure the warranty is not inadvertently voided, you should contact Customer Support prior to installa � on, at 800-827- 8246 with any ques � on or concerns related the product or the installa � on of the product, not covered in this installa � on guide. Concrete Sub fl oor Requirements Concrete sub fl oors must meet the following criteria:
Must have minimum rated strength of 3000psi Must be level to within 3/16-inch in a 10-foot radius; no bumps or low spots; high spots can be removed by grinding; depressions can be fi lled with fl oor patching compound. Must be clean, with no construc � on debris, nails, soil, mud and or any other objects on or adhering to the fl oor. New concrete slabs must cure for at least 30 days prior to moisture tes � ng and installa � on. It must have a minimum 10 mil polyethylene sheet between the ground and the concrete. Must be free from moisture related condi � ons which can damage the installed fl ooring. Do not install over concrete with a history of high moisture or hydrosta � c condi � ons. Concrete Moisture This product is waterproof against topical spills; however, it is not a moisture barrier and does not prevent or protect against moisture coming up from the sub fl oor. Excessive moisture in the sub fl oor could promote mold, mildew, and other moisture related issues, such as trapping of moisture emissions underneath the fl ooring, which may contribute to an unhealthy environment. Moisture from the sub fl oor can cause damage to the fl ooring system, causing buckling, warping, and the tongue and groove locking system to fail. A moisture barrier consis � ng of at least a Class I 6mil polyethylene fi lm or other vapor retarder is required under this product over concrete sub fl oors. All concrete sub fl oors must be tested for moisture content and the results of this test must be documented prior to installa � on and must be submi � ed with any claim fi led. Visual checks are not reliable. Test should be performed at loca � ons around exterior doorways, near walls containing plumbing,
near founda � on walls and in the center of the room. Minimal sample size is 3 samples per 1,000 sq. � . of area and one test for every 1,000 sq. � . therea � er. Moisture content should meet the following criteria: Ph level of concrete should be between 5-9 Rela � ve Humidity Tes � ng should be less than 85% max. when u � lizing in-situ probe (ASTM F2170). Less than 8 pounds per 1,000 sq. � . per 24 hours MVER (Moisture Vapor Emission Ra � ng) when u � lizing a Calcium Chloride test (ASTM F1869). The fi nal responsibility for determining if the concrete is dry enough for installa � on of resilient fl ooring (LVP) lies with the fl oor covering installer. Note: Concrete moisture content may be acceptable at the � me of the test, but these tests do not guarantee a perpetual “dry” concrete slab. The concrete slab moisture content can vary at di ff erent � mes of the year. Manufacturer and distributor are not responsible for moisture related damage to installed fl ooring. Wood Sub fl oor Requirements The sub fl oor must be clean with no construc � on debris, nails, soil, mud and any other objects on or adhering to the fl oor. Floor should be swept clean before the installa � on. The sub fl oor must be structurally sound and stable with no movements or squeaks, no loose panels or nails and no signs of delamina � on or other damage. The sub fl oor must be fl at to within 3/16-in in a 10 � . span with no visible bumps or low spots. Test for moisture using a reliable meter. Perform tests at loca � ons around exterior
doorways, near founda � on walls, near walls containing plumbing and also in the center of the room. Measure 20 loca � ons per 1,000 sq. � . Moisture content of the subfloor should be less than 12%. Plywood or Oriented Strand Board (OSB) Speci fi ca � ons On truss/joist spacing of 16-inches (406mm) O/C or less, the industry standard for single panel sub fl ooring is a minimum 5/8-inch (19/32-in, 15.1mm) C-D Exposure 1 plywood sub fl oor panels or 23/32-inch OSB Exposure 1 sub fl oor panels 4 � . x 8 � . sheets. The expansion gap between panels should be 1/8- inch (3mm). If panels are not tongued and grooved and there is not su ffi cient spacing or spacing is inadequate, cut in the required spacing with a circular saw. Do not cut in expansion space on tongue and groove panels. Exis � ng Floors Installa � on over an exis � ng fl oor requires the installer to consider poten � al issues related to moisture damage, adhesive failure, fastener failure and hidden issues with the sub fl oor under the exis � ng fl ooring. Acceptable fl oor coverings include solid hardwood, linoleum (1 layer only), terrazzo, ceramic, porcelain and stone � le. Tile fl oors with grout lines larger than ¼-inch will require a cemen �� ous leveling compound to fi ll in any grout lines, voids, or cracks. Unacceptable fl oor coverings include carpet (all types) foam underlayment, cushioned back vinyl, rubber, cork, laminates, free fl oa � ng fl oors and wooden fl oors over concrete.
Job Site Condi � ons Prior to installa � on, the installer must ensure, that at the � me of installa � on, the job site condi � ons including sub fl oor/substrate, ambient temperature, rela � ve humidity and all impac � ng variables will not nega � vely a ff ect the fl oor. The manufacturer will decline responsibility for damages associated with improper installa � on or poor site condi � ons. Storage and Condi � ons Rigid Core SPC fl ooring should be acclimated to the temperature of the environment in which it will be installed for a minimum of 24 hours. We recommend installa � on in rooms with a temperature between 50°F & 100°F (10°C & 38°C) . The HVAC system must be on and func � onal before, during and a � er installa � on. Product should be stored horizontally in a dry area away from direct sunlight. Do not leave next to heat or cooling ducts. Ensure that all trades have been completed to eliminate drywall dust, paints etc. Do not store fl ooring in uncontrolled environmental condi � ons (for example, garages and exterior pa � os). Flooring stored on a concrete slab should be elevated at least 4-in. to allow air circula � on under cartons. Exis � ng Home An exis � ng home should have a consistent room temperature between 50°F & 100°F (10°C & 38°C) and rela � ve humidity (RH) of 40%-60%. Con � nual devia � on from these condi � ons will a ff ect the dimensions of fl ooring. When using a heater during colder months, humidity may be much lower than the acceptable range. During the warmer months, maintain humidity levels using an air condi � oner or dehumidi fi er.
Recommended Installa � on Area This product should be installed with staggered joints. Do not install SPC fl ooring over carpet or any foam underlayment. This product is not suitable for any outside use, sunrooms, solariums, saunas, seasonal porches, camping trailers, boats, RV’s or rooms that have a poten � al of fl ooding. Do not install in rooms or homes that are not temperature controlled. Exposure to long term sunlight can cause damage to the fl oor. Failure to properly shade or UV � nt windows, can discolor, fade or buckle the planks. Use window treatments or UV � n � ng on windows. SPC fl ooring is not intended for use on ver � cal surfaces. Do not glue, nail, screw or fasten planks to the substrate . Do no install cabinetry, islands, peninsula counters, vani � es, tubs and showers or other non-movable objects on top of this fl ooring. (Transi � onal trim pieces should not be glued, nailed or adhered to the SPC fl ooring in any way.) Quarter round and baseboards should not be fastened � ght to the fl ooring restric � ng the fl oor’s movement. Basements and Crawl Spaces Concrete slab or ground must be dry. Ensure that crawl spaces have open vents year-round to ensure proper air circula � on and to prevent moisture build up. The ground in the crawl spaces must be completely covered using 6 mil polyethylene. Crawl space clearance between the ground and underside of joists should be no less than 18-inches and the perimeter vent area should be equal to 1.5% of the total square footage of the crawl space or as mandated by code. Sound Control Underlayment Restora � on SPC fl ooring includes a pre-a � ached 1.5mm Ethylene vinyl acetate (EVA) sound mi � ga � ng underlayment
pad. Do not use any addi � onal foam cushioned underlayment, as it will void the product warranty. Expansion Gap A required expansion gap width of minimum 1/4-inch is required around the en � re perimeter of the fl oor and between the fl oor and all ver � cal par �� ons/obstruc � ons including all doorjambs. This minimum must be increased to 5/16” for areas larger than 1000 sq � . Do not place permanently mounted structures such as kitchen/bathroom cabinets or counters on the installed fl oor. The minimum expansion gap is de fi ned as the smallest gap between product and sta � c fi xture that can be measured at ANY point around the perimeter. In order to allow for thermal expansion, door frames should either be removed or undercut. Transi � on Molding Rooms larger than 1500 square feet (50 � .x30 � .) require the use of a coordina � ng t-mold transi � on piece. (Transi � on pieces must not be adhered to the luxury vinyl fl ooring in any way.) Perimeter Trim Par � cular care should be used when installing perimeter trim such as quarter round and baseboards, being careful not to install them too � ghtly to the luxury vinyl fl ooring. Fasteners should not be installed through or against the luxury vinyl fl ooring binding it. A spacing of .10” (.254mm) shall be kept above the surface of the fl ooring when installing moldings over the surface of the fl oor to allow the fl oor to move freely ( fl oat). Perimeter trim installed too � ghtly will cause the fl ooring to buckle and/or peak.
together in the last row. Pull bars should only be used on the cut edge of the � les. Factory edges can be damaged if the pull bar is used directly against the tongue or groove. Clean the fl oor and install or re-install all wall trim pieces. Wall trim pieces should be nailed to the wall, not to the sub fl oor or fl ooring, to avoid restric � ng the expansion gap. If the fl oor is to be covered, use a breathable material such as cardboard. Do not cover with plas � c. Note: Rooms larger than 1500 square feet (50 � .x30 � .) and all doorways 5 � wide or less, require the use of a coordina � ng T-mold transi � on piece. (Transi � on pieces must NOT be adhered to the luxury vinyl fl ooring in any way.) Note: save any le � over pieces. Do not discard them as they are color matched to your fl oor. They can be used for replacement/repairs in the event you need to replace a piece in the future. Care and Maintenance Daily Maintenance- Sweep, dust, damp mop, or vacuum your fl oor regularly to remove any par � cles that could cause abrasion or scratch your fl ooring. CAUTION: Vacuums with a beater bar or power rotary brush head can damage the fl oor and should never be used.
Use a damp mop to remove spots and soil. Use any high quality, PH-neutral vinyl cleaner. Alterna � vely, use a non- rinsing biodegradable cleaner that leaves no residue or haze. For lightly soiled area, clean with dis � lled water. For best results, clean the fl oor in the same direc � on of the pieces. Do not clean with dirty or soiled dust cloths or mops. Using a clean cloth or mop will remove residual streak marks and spots. Avoid spills of acidic products (juice, so � drinks, wine, etc.) on the fl oor. Clean spots immediately. Do NOT use a steam cleaner. Do NOT use any cleaning agents containing wax, oil or polish. Le � over residue will form a dull fi lm. Do NOT use steel wool or scouring powder which will scratch the fl oor. Do NOT use any dust cleaners, as they may cause your fl oor to become slick or damage the fi nish. Avoid spills of paints, dyes, or harsh chemicals. Avoid long term exposure to direct sunlight. Use window treatments or UV � n � ng on windows. Use of painter’s tape should be avoided with this fl ooring as it is known to leave a s � cky residue on the fl ooring. Preven � ve Maintenance This fl ooring is beau � ful and durable, but it is NOT indestruc � ble. Here are some � ps to keep your fl oor looking its best. Protect your fl oor when using a dolly for moving furniture or appliances. Protec � ve shee � ng may be needed. Never slide or roll heavy furniture or appliances across the fl oor. Floor
protectors (nylon or felt) should be used on all furniture legs. Clean protectors periodically to remove grit that may become embedded and cause scratching. Use NON-RUBBER backed mats at all entrances to avoid discolora � on from asphalt driveways and prevent dirt and grit from being tracked onto your fl oor. Rubber backed mats can discolor your fl oor. Avoid excessive exposure to water being tracked in during periods of inclement weather. Minimize abrasive material and dirt by placing mats (non- rubber backed) on both sides of exterior doors and by using area rugs (non-rubber backed) in high tra ffi c areas. Rearrange furniture and rugs periodically to avoid uneven color and shade changes from light exposure. Use protec � ve mats beneath rolling chairs and keep furniture casters clean. We recommend the use of a non-studded, non- rubber, hard surface mat to protect your fl oor from o ffi ce chairs with casters. Light, rolling furniture should be ou � i � ed with broad surface, non-staining casters that have been engineered for hard surface fl oors. Such casters should be a minimum of 1-inch (2.5 cm) wide and a t least 2-inches (5.1cm) in diameter. Keep pet’s nails trimmed. Remove shoes with cleats, spikes or pointy heels before walking on the fl oor as they could cause inden � ons. Floa � ng fl oors should not be installed in loca � ons that u � lize wheelchairs of motorized mobility devices This fl ooring is beau � ful and durable, but it is NOT indestruc � ble. Here are some � ps to keep your fl oor looking its best.Page 1 Page 2 Page 3 Page 4 Page 5 Page 6 Page 7 Page 8 Page 9 Page 10 Page 11 Page 12 Page 13 Page 14 Page 15 Page 16 Page 17 Page 18 Page 19 Page 20 Page 21 Page 22 Page 23 Page 24 Page 25 Page 26 Page 27 Page 28 Page 29 Page 30 Page 31 Page 32 Page 33 Page 34 Page 35 Page 36 Page 37 Page 38 Page 39 Page 40 Page 41 Page 42 Page 43 Page 44 Page 45 Page 46 Page 47 Page 48 Page 49 Page 50 Page 51 Page 52 Page 53 Page 54 Page 55 Page 56 Page 57 Page 58 Page 59 Page 60 Page 61 Page 62 Page 63 Page 64 Page 65 Page 66 Page 67 Page 68 Page 69 Page 70 Page 71 Page 72 Page 73 Page 74 Page 75 Page 76 Page 77 Page 78 Page 79 Page 80 Page 81 Page 82 Page 83 Page 84 Page 85 Page 86 Page 87 Page 88 Page 89 Page 90 Page 91 Page 92 Page 93 Page 94 Page 95 Page 96
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