Description - Bear Foot is a new line of SPC Waterproof Luxury Flooring. This line will give you everything you need from your waterproof luxury flooring with 20mil wear layer, painted bevel edges, deep embossed feel and large planks. It is not only wateproof, but also kid and life proof. Is easy to install and is great for all experience levels from experts to the DIY home renovators. It is Greenguard rated for the eco friendly home. Bear Foot offers a variety of colors, each that will perfectly fit in with your decor.
Note: For the high variation floors, we recommend that you loose lay it before installation to ensure the plank arrangement is appealing to the eye.
||SPC Rigid Core Vinyl
||9" x 60”
||.5mm (20 mil)
||On, Above, Below
||UNILIN Joint System
|Radiant Heating Approved
||15 Year Limited
Recommended Uses – Bear Foot Planks have been successfully installed throughout the home, in bedrooms, bathrooms, basements, hallways, foyers, kitchens and more.
In Stock - Ships between Dec 14 - 18
Vinyl planks are easy to keep clean and maintain. Maintenance typically includes:
- Daily or weekly vacuuming/mopping of dirt, grit, and dust.
- Use felt pads under chairs and furniture legs to prevent scratching of the flooring surface.
- Place doormats at all entrances to prevent tracked-in dirt, rocks, moisture, and other debris.
- Avoid using rubber-backed mats as they can stain the flooring surface over time.
- When mopping, use a damp mop – never a wet mop.
- Clean up spills immediately to prevent damage to the floor.
Installation is simple and is commonly done by our customers. Installation is as follows:
- Complete any necessary floor prep.
- Start with the tongue side facing the wall.
- After the initial starter board, press the end seam of the second plank into the end seam of the first plank and then lock them together by laying the plank down. Continue working left to right.
- Install the first plank in the second row by inserting the tongue into the groove of the plank in the first row. This is best done with a low angle of the plank.
- Insert the long side seam at a slight angle first. As the top surfaces meet, rotate the plank down into the locked position. Engage the end seam, using a rubber mallet if necessary.
- Continue installing planks removing any gaps using a tapping block and a scrap of flooring to cover the tapping block. Be careful not to damage the tongue and groove.
- Protect all exposed edges by installing wall molding and/or transition strips. Make sure that no plank will be secured in any way to the subfloor.