Vinyl flooring is very durable and fits over most surfaces, including concrete, although the flooring comes in a variety of forms, planks are install-able with a minimal amount of tools and measuring. The hardest part of the job is often cleaning and leveling the concrete base. After the concrete base is ready, lock the vinyl planks together to install your new floor.
Preparation for installation :-
Step 1 : Remove the base board
Step 2 : Cut vinyl plank on face with utility knife or band saw.
Step 3 : The next step is to flip the board over so that the finish surface is facing down.
Step 4 : Connecting planks end to end.
Step 5 : Create cut outs for protrusion.
Step 6 : Fitting planks around protrusions.
Step 7 : Remove trim before installing vinyl plank.
Step 8 : Backwards-installing vinyl planks.
Step 9 : After the floor is laid, re-attach your base boards and trim, preferably using an electric brad nailed.
Vinyl is water resistant making it perfect for bathrooms and kitchens floors, giving you the look of real wood without the hassle. Vinyl flooring can stain, so be sure to wipe up spills before they dry.