Forum Title: Vinyl Click Flooring Separating
Hi, I am hoping I can find info on a vinyl floating floor that I had installed in March 2015. It is Moduleo Vision Click LVT flooring. It's a floating floor. The question I have is, is it normal for the floor to separate in different areas? I don't think it is, but the floor has more than a dozen places where it seems to be separating.I noticed, the day it was installed, that some of the seams weren't as tight fitting as most of them were. Now, there are a lot of areas that have separated. I just want to see if anyone may know what may have caused this & what can be done to fix it. I appreciate any help Thank you
Category: Flooring Post By: CARL PHILLIPS (Pittsburg, CA), 02/18/2019

Separation like this is common for very old vinyl tiles, not for new ones, IME. I suggest you contact the manufacturer with your photos and receipts. If the floor is very cold, that could be useful information. You may want some close-up photos that include a ruler.

- BARRY MONTGOMERY (Santa Clara, CA), 04/13/2019

Couple reasons, floor is not flat to spec - pivot points and even normal traffic, direct sunlight on floor - heating it up, flooring is locked in - no expansion space or transitions locked down on it and to much weight in areas, extreme fluctuations of temp, no accliamtion. Note, they don't say anything about weight restrictions. lol Oh, forgot one, locking mechanism not fully engaged. I always give my planks a tap even though they look tight it may not be. Seeing this happened on day one or two this may be installation related.

- WESLEY WONG (Suffolk, VA), 04/25/2019

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