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12 ft. Wide Royelle Sheffley Black and White Residential Sheet Vinyl

$4.68 /square yard
  • Installs over most subfloors
  • Classic design compliments any décor
  • Easy to clean and maintain

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Designed for installation with a premium, multi-purpose sheet-flooring adhesive, the Armstrong Royelle Sheet Vinyl is suitable for use over many subfloor surfaces. The high-gloss vinyl sheet features a no-wax wear layer that is easy to clean and is recommended for use in interior residential applications.

  • Diamond design with black and white color, gray grout lines and a high-gloss finish complements many home interiors
  • No-wax wear layer for easy cleaning and care
  • Install with a multi-purpose, sheet-flooring adhesive
  • Can be used over most subfloor materials

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How do I calculate how many square yards I will need

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room 1 is 11.5 ft wide by 22 ft long, room 2 is 8 ft wide by 12 ft long
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to calculate square yardage, you have to divide the square footage by 9. So, for room 1, 11.5 x 22 = 253 sq. ft, next divide that by 9. 253 / 9 = 28.1 square yards. room 2 would be 8 x12 =96 sq. ft. next divide by 9, 96 / 9 = 10.7 square yards.
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For room 1 you will need 24 square yards and for room 2 you will need 12 square yards. You should include 10% over to allow for cuts.
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To figure out the area of your room you multiply width times length. You will need to discuss with your installer if any seams will be necessary, and also which direction the product will be installed. All of this information will have bearing on the amount of material you need. This is something you and your installer will need to determine.
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Can this be used as a backsplash?

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It seems very thin and light (I got a sample from the local HD) but not as thin as the peel and stick backsplashes. Also, it is not as shiny as backsplashes usually are.It would work I think, but I would go for the small peel and stick backsplashes with the smaller tiles if money and diy expertise is the object.
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The manufacture does not have specific recommendations for this flooring product to be installed as a back splash.
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do the "grout lines" have grooves?

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Are there grooves where the grout lines occur in the pattern or is it perfectly smooth?
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Yes, It has grooved grout lines. I got a sample from the store, the speckled parts feel textured, too, only the little black squares are completely smooth.
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I want to do a 13 x 13 room in this flooring, how much would that be? and how much to ask for?

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Hi Holly!
Thank you for your recent inquiry with The Home Depot regarding sheet vinyl. To calculate square yardage, you have to divide the square footage by 9. So for a Room 13 x 13 - square footage is 169 sq ft. Divide that by 9, and you get 18.78 sq yd. You should include 10% over to allow for cuts, so that comes to 21 square yards. You will need to discuss with your installer if any seams will be Read More
Hi Holly!
Thank you for your recent inquiry with The Home Depot regarding sheet vinyl. To calculate square yardage, you have to divide the square footage by 9. So for a Room 13 x 13 - square footage is 169 sq ft. Divide that by 9, and you get 18.78 sq yd. You should include 10% over to allow for cuts, so that comes to 21 square yards. You will need to discuss with your installer if any seams will be necessary, and also which direction the product will be installed. All of this information will have bearing on the amount of material you need. For further assistance, please see a flooring associate at your local store or contact our Customer Service team at 1-800-430-3376. We appreciate your business and look forward to serving you in the future. Thank you for shopping Home Depot. Read Less
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Customer Reviews

Rated 2.9 out of 5 by 16 reviewers.
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Cheap Shower surround. We actually installed the product around the tub in our bathroom. We needed a cheap alternative to tile surround and the product looks great. April 30, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by It is a little on the thin side. All other reviews of this product are accurate in my opinion. Use this only on a flat concrete surface since all irregularities in the floor will show right through the vinyl. Being thin made it easier for me to learn how to lay down vinyl sheet. The look is great, and people complimented me on the new bathroom floor the next day. I love it (while it lasts anyways.) Before you lay down vinyl sheet: 1) clean the surface really well, removing the old glue, dirt, splinters 2) fill in all gaps and cracks with the right filler material for the job 3) screw down the wood plywood a lot in order to make it solid and to stop squeaks, and 4) double your time estimate because it always takes longer than you imagine. Good luck campers! October 24, 2014
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by End Result is Iffy The flooring design pattern is great, however, the end result was less than satisfactory. Despite meticulous subfloor prep, the flooring has a distracting "orange peel" effect. It settled down somewhat over time, but the orange peel effect is still visible. I think the vinyl is just a little too flimsy. As a result, I would not recommend it. It's too bad, because the pattern is so attractive. November 4, 2014
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Nice pattern, very poor quality I am currently trying to replace this flooring in my kitchen hallway. I chose the floor for the pattern. It does not hold up very well at all, stains easily, and tears easily. Unfortunately, if you want a white/black pattern, you have very few choices. Floor manufacturers are discontinuing all bl/wh vinyl sheet/tile for the beige/stone look. All the bl/wh options not discontinued are warrantied for 5yrs or less (this Sheffley is 1 yr! -which says it all). I've scanned all websites and talked with flooring stores, and they tell me to wait 5 yrs before the bl/wh will be available.... I've emailed Armstrong asking for bl/wh vinyl sheet --without success. I will have to select a floor that is better quality, but not aesthetically attractive. July 29, 2012
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Don`t use it for flooring! Use it as a flooring for the rabbit run in the garage - fantastic for that! Wouldn`t use it for in-house flooring! January 3, 2015
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by stains I love the pattern, but as a previous reviewer said, it's cheap. within a year there are several small nicks and gouges on the kitchen floor. there's no furniture that's scooted around in there except for a small step-stool with rubber covered feet so it's not as if it gets a lot of wear. also, this flooring has no resistance to mold stains. I'm *assuming* it's mold. there are light black areas on the floor around the edges of the bathtub where water might drip, and a similar area next to the sink. same thing in the kitchen where the pet bowls are. I've tried scrubbing the stains with bleach, but they won't come up. this item is warranteed for a year, but unless you plan to replace it every year, I'd opt for a different product. November 25, 2010
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Alternate use I wouldn't recommend this for use for flooring, but what it is good for is lining shelves and cabinets. Because it is so thin, it is easy to cut. I used it for lining my wire shelves in my pantry, now my items sit nicely on the shelves and things don't fall through the wire racks. I used this to line my shoe shelves in my closet which get dirty from my shoes and now can be easily wiped off. It's also good for lining drawers! March 23, 2013
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by You Get What You Pay For The saying is true. This is a low end flooring for a low end price. If you choose this flooring, make sure that the floor its self is flat and no cracks as this is very thin flooring and will settle into any groove and obvious to the eye. This flooring tears easily while trying to lay it. I would not use it in a high traffic area and I would not try to lay this flooring if the area isn't square because it will rip if you cant lay it out flat. February 8, 2011
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