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10 ft. Wide Diamond Metallic Silver Vinyl Universal Flooring Your Choice Length
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10 ft. Wide Diamond Metallic Silver Vinyl Universal Flooring Your Choice Length

$2670 /linear foot
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Model # HK70DT1022MS

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Husky 10 ft. x 22 ft. Diamond Metallic Universal Flooring

Discontinued Husky

10 ft. x 22 ft. Diamond Metallic Universal Flooring

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The Husky Universal Flooring is manufactured from tough, specially formulated polyvinyl that is resistant to most contaminants commonly found in garage and work environments. Helps prevent concrete deterioration, hides cracks and stains, prevents staining on newer floors and creates a moisture barrier. Husky flooring is 100% high quality polyvinyl, not layered with filler material that can crack, split, peel and deteriorate. Perfect DIY flooring. Just roll the product out onto your designated area and enjoy, or for a glue option use an acrylic base vinyl adhesive such as Roberts 2310 or 2315 or tape edges with an acrylic based double sided tape such as Roberts MaxGrip. The Husky flooring can be trimmed to a perfect fit using a utility knife. Use a single mat for focused area protection or multiple mats to provide wall to wall coverage. Tough enough to be used in the garage, attractive enough to be used everywhere; basements, laundry rooms, trailers, vehicles, schools, stores, workshops, warehouses, exercise rooms, offices and equipment rooms. Anywhere you need attractive high quality flooring that protects.

  • Raised diamond surface pattern provides a rugged appearance and great slip resistance
  • Perfect for residential and commercial use, resistant to common chemicals and contaminants
  • Appropriate for flooring installations on, above or below grade; great for garages, basements, kitchens, bathrooms, offices, etc
  • Can be installed over concrete and wood subfloors, with or without adhesive
  • Simply clean up with damp mop or for deeper cleaning, use a vinyl floor cleaner
  • Made in the USA

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I have an issue with dampness and water seepage of my concrete subfloor. Would I be able to lay ...

I have an issue with dampness and water seepage of my concrete subfloor. Would I be able to lay this flooring over it?
Asked by: Susan
It is recommended that the subfloor be clean and dry before installing the flooring. In some situations a concrete sealer or waterproofing can be utilized to seal the concrete before the flooring is installed.
Answered by: Terry
Date published: 2016-12-08

How does the flooring respond to wheel turning? Does it buckle up?

How does the flooring respond to wheel turning? Does it buckle up?
Asked by: Susan
It is not recommended to turn your wheels while the car is stationary. If the wheels are turned when the car is sitting still the flooring may move or buckle. It will lay back down flat after the vehicle is moved and the flooring is allowed to relax.
Answered by: Terry
Date published: 2016-12-08

How much does it expand in warm weather

I would install this floor when temperatures are about 70 degrees F. On the garage wall sides, do I leave room, maybe 3/8", for expansion of the floor during the summer when it can get to 100 degrees F, and contraction in winter months when temperatures go 20 degrees F below zero?
Asked by: GarageGuy
You might be interested in full glue down install, if you do this it would reduce possible expansion/contraction. Loose lay is also a great option with this floor, the weight of the product will help keep it in place, you are correct about leaving room around the outside for possible expansion and 70-80 degrees are great install temperatures.
Answered by: Terry
Date published: 2015-09-20

Do I need to tape the center seam together

I have a 22 ft by 20 ft garage. I would need to put down two pieces with a seam down the middle. Do I tape the seam on the bottom side to hold it together?
Asked by: GarageGuy
If you are going to loose lay the floor then using seam tape on the two floors would be a great option, item 203451272 is a one sided seaming tape that is very strong and will keep your mats together.
Answered by: Terry
Date published: 2015-11-10
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