Rich Oak Frontier Elementary Dryback 2.0mm

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Total Coverage (m²)Includes wastage & rounded up to nearest full box.
50.6
Total Boxes Equivalent
35
Flooring Price per m²ex. GST
$24
Installation Cost per m²Estimate only, ex. GST
$22
Flooring Total
$2400
Installation Total Estimate
$2000
Grand Total (ex GST)
$5400
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About Vinyl Plank Flooring

Vinyl plank flooring is a 100% waterproof floor covering which is suitable for both commercial and residential settings. It’s waterproof capabilities can be attributed towards the polyvinyl chloride (PVC) composition

Vinyl plank flooring is a 100% waterproof floor covering which is suitable for both commercial and residential settings. It’s waterproof capabilities can be attributed towards the polyvinyl chloride (PVC) composition as opposed to wood.

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About Rich Oak Frontier Elementary Dryback 2.0mm

Vinyl plank flooring is a 100% waterproof floor covering which is suitable for both commercial and residential settings. It’s waterproof capabilities can be attributed towards the polyvinyl chloride (PVC) composition as opposed to wood.

About Frontier Elementary Dryback 2.0mm

The Frontier Element Dryback collection features eight beautiful timber visuals and four stone-look tiles which are hugely popular with both homeowners and designers. Each plank features intricate embossing of a realistic wood grain pattern, encapsulating an authentic timber look and feel which is accentuated by the use of a high resolution decor paper. They also feature a simple glue down system which makes the installation process quick and easy. Furthermore, a polyurethane coating provides excellent scratch and wear resistance. The ranges also have specifications which are specially chosen to be able to fit a wide range of settings, whether commerical, residential, wet or dry areas. There will be something for everyone. This collection of flooring exudes class and elegance, giving your home a premium and contemporary touch without you having to break the bank.

Planks Per Box: 15
Box Coverage Area: 3.3680
Box Weight: 12.7
Profile: No Bevel
Finish: Embossed
Warranty: 10 Year Residential, 5 Year Commercial
Coatings: Polyurethane Lacquer Coating + 0.3mm PVC Wear Layer
Installation Method: Glue Down
Plank Size: 2.0 x 184 x 1219

How to DIY This Floor?

The easiest DIY floors are floating floors like this one! They click lock together and don’t need glue or nails - they're super easy to install and if you make a mistake, you can simply un-click them and redo it. Floating floors include laminate floors, hybrid floors, bamboo floors and even engineered timber (if you are after real wood).

What tools do I need to DIY this type of floor?

The most important tools are:

  • Drop Saw and / or Table Saw - to cut the floorboards and are available for $150 at most hardware stores, or you can borrow one.
  • Ruler or Set Square - to measure how much you need to cut for the end planks near the walls.
  • Pencil & Eraser - to draw the cutting lines when you reach the last planks of each row.

Other “nice-to-haves” include a DIY Flooring Kit (available at Floor venue), spirit levels, tape measures, safety equipment, and work gloves.

Pro installation tips

  • Floor Levelling - the subfloor refers to what you intend to lay the flooring directly over and is often concrete slabs, plywood, yellow tongue or even existing floorboards. Proper subfloor preparation is very important and you should:
    • Clean the subfloor
    • Check subfloor evenness (to prevent creaking and long-term joint damage)
  • Underlay - is typically a soft rubber or foam material that goes underneath the floor and provides noise protection. If you live in an apartment block, your strata may have acoustic underlay requirements that you must confirm before a project.
  • Expansion Gaps - between the floor and the walls to allow for natural expansion and shrinkage due to temperature and moisture changes. Consider:
    • Plank Width - wider planks have more expansion and should be given a slightly bigger expansion gap within the range below.
    • Environmental Moisture - if relative humidity is high, we recommend increasing the expansion gap size.

Frontier Elementary Dryback 2.0mm Vinyl Plank Flooring FAQs

Our Frontier Elementary Dryback flooring offers a contemporary and rare blend of the latest trends in fashionable colours and quality construction which allows you to create your dream interior without exceeding their budget. We also offer a wide range of colour palettes to allow maximum versatility and complements with any existing furniture perfectly. Furthermore, our planks are extremely resistant to the effects of moisture, topped off by a reliable installation system which makes the process quick and easy.

It is important not to ensure any cleaning heads are non-abrasive and will not scratch or damage the floor surface. Good examples including a dusting pad or soft broom. Steam mops should always be avoided. One useful tip for maintenance would be to install curtains, blinds, or UV resistant films on windows to prevent direct sunlight from causing the floor colour to dull over time. Also consider putting rugs in high traffic areas to minimise the impact on your floors.

Vinyl plank flooring is a synthetic floor covering which is made from polyvinyl chloride (PVC). They offer full waterproofing and high impact resistance, making vinyl planks great for both residential and commercial applications. Advanced print and embossing technology allows them to retain the natural beauty and feel of timber flooring!

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