What Tools Are Required for DIY Flooring

DIY flooring, such as loose lay vinyl flooring, Hybrid click, glue down vinyl flooring and self adhesive vinyl flooring are designed to be user-friendly and quite simple to install. If you can follow instructions and take your time, then there’s no reason you can’t install your vinyl flooring successfully.

However, while not a lot of accessories are required to get the job done, there are some tools and items that you may need to accomplish the task.

What Tools Are Required for DIY Flooring

At ID Flooring in Helensvale on the Gold Coast, we are your local one stop supplier of a vast array of vinyl flooring products, as well as the tools necessary to install your new floor.

For a budget price we offer a DIY installation kit that is comprised of the following:

  • High Grade Chalk Line Set 30m
  • Retractable Cutting Knife (2 Blades included)
  • Steel Measuring Tape 10m
  • Roller Kit 10 Piece
  • Plastic Adhesive spreader
  • Steel Combination Set Square 300mm
  • PPC Double sided Tape 23M x 48mm wide

Aside from this pack – which includes everything required to successfully install any flooring products we supply – you can also purchase items separately. This includes items like:

  • Various adhesives
  • Adhesive spreaders
  • Chalk lines
  • Measuring tapes
  • Roller kits
  • Knives and tape

You really don’t need a lot in the way of tools and kit to accomplish the task, and you certainly don’t need to be a carpenter or a tradie to install your very own, DIY vinyl flooring that will last you for many years to come.

It doesn’t matter whether you choose:

The tools and accessories listed above will do the job from start to finish.

If you are building a new home or planning some renovations which includes the floor coverings, then seriously consider the vast range of DIY vinyl flooring options available from the friendly and expert team at ID Flooring on the Gold Coast. We’ve been in business for nearly two decades and we’re ready to discuss your project and help you out with your choices. Not only that, we’ll offer tips and advice on how best to install your new vinyl flooring if you decide to perform the installation yourself rather than hire a professional installer.