Dryback LVT is a bonded floor
A leveled subfloor is very important for installing a dryback floor. Dryback LVT is suitable for intensive domestic use, but also for project applications.
The bottom part of the floor is the LVT backing. This backing provides the strength of the floor and the proper sound dampening.
Our LVT floors are very suitable in rooms with underfloor heating. The thermal resistance is low compared to other material types, such as laminate. The thickness of the LVT floor allows heat to pass through well. The conductivity ensures that the underfloor heating comes into its own.
A dryback glued LVT floor does not require a subfloor. However, it is very important that the substrate is leveled. After the leveled substrate is dry and dust free, the dryback LVT floor can be installed.
Dryback LVT is well suited for areas of heavy use. In addition, LVT has many advantages; it is low maintenance, suitable for underfloor heating and cooling and can be used in humid areas. The possibilities are endless due to the dimensions of the boards, and the large variety of colour palettes.