Installing Groutable Luxury Vinyl Tile


Luxury Vinyl Tile that can be grouted is a fantastic alternative to ceramic tile. It's affordable, durable, easy-to-install, and start to finish can be done in ONE DAY! It looks just like ceramic tile without the headache. I just finished my foyer floor and I LOVE the result!

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  • Beachbren12
    on Apr 15, 2017

    Will these stick to sub-flooring after broken stone tiles and old grout has been removed? Suggestions to remove old residue so vinyl tiles can be used as replacement. Mfr. home - movement needs flexibility and vinyl would hold up better than current stone tiles and grouting that breaks apart.
    • Spacey
      on Sep 6, 2018

      Grout still will have the same issue as did with stone tiles. There are vinyl floating floorings that look like wood planks now that may work for you.

  • Kathy Jenson
    on Jan 29, 2018

    Can this be put down on a second or third level of your home without cement board being put down? Is the grout the same as used with tile, or is there a special product for vinyl tiles?

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  • Kimlevah
    on Apr 15, 2017

    Nice 😊
  • Elaine DiAntonio
    on Jul 18, 2017

    it is really nice- we used luxury vinyl tile to go over ceramic. Our tile, however, was expensive, used an installer and acrylic. so durable, authentic and easy to keep! cost really was $10 grand. Not sorry, just sayin'....Armstrong.
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