Discontinued Vinyl Flooring Tiles – Self-Adhesive Savings!

Discontinued vinyl flooring tiles, whether glue down or self-adhesive, can help you save a lot of money on your home remodeling projects. There are many ways to find this type of deeply discounted floor tiling, and there are some things you must do to ensure you don’t spend more money than you need. In this article, I’ll go over some of these points, so you can get the best deal possible and not spend a penny more than you need.

Buying Cheap Floor Tiles

There is a bit of a process to getting the absolute best deal. While comparison shopping and reviews are a great way to ensure you get a bargain price, there are some places that will generally yield the very best prices on vinyl.

Online: It’s pretty obvious, but you must search online in most cases, especially if you are looking for a specific style of discontinued linoleum. Search by brand name and see what you can find for the best results. Be sure to take shipping and handling into consideration, since it adds to the overall cost. You’ll find cheap floor tiles on Amazon and other sites.

Clearance Racks: When you go to local home improvement stores, it’s often best to check out their clearance flooring department section for the best prices. You’ll find discounts of 50% off or more, in many instances.

Unusual Sources: Going beyond stores and online flooring vendors, you can find great deals. Call local builders and carpenters in your area to see what they have to offer. Some have extras on hand, which for a small room, can really save you a lot of money.

Buy Too Much

When you find what you need, it’s important to remember that it has been discontinued. This means that it will only get harder to find down the road. For this reason, you must buy more than you need. Not only will you need to allow for waste, which is totally unavoidable, you must also account for repairs that could be needed with any peel and stick flooring. In general, you will have 10% to 15% waste. It’s also a good idea to have at least one extra case, perhaps 10 square feet of peel and stick tiles, just in case a repair is needed, or a tile gets faded or scratched and you need to replace it.

Glue Down or Self-Adhesive?

This is a personal choice. Discontinued peel and stick vinyl tile is easier to install, but is somewhat less sturdy and permanent in nature. Both types will require proper surface prep of the subfloor, generally including a primer, to properly adhere and last for years to come.

When it comes to discontinued vinyl flooring tiles, you have lots of options to consider.