The thickness of vinyl flooring can vary depending on the specific product and manufacturer. However, most vinyl flooring typically ranges from 2mm to 8mm in thickness.
Thinner vinyl flooring, typically in the range of 2mm to 4mm, is often referred to as “resilient flooring” and is commonly used in residential applications, such as kitchens, bathrooms, and entryways, and usually comes at a much lower price point.
Luxury Vinyl is typically thicker, in the range of 5mm to 8mm.
The thickness of vinyl flooring can also affect its durability and performance. Thicker flooring is generally more durable and can provide better sound insulation and resistance to foot traffic.
However, thicker flooring can also be more difficult to install and may require additional preparation of the subfloor to ensure proper adhesion and stability.
Overall, when choosing vinyl flooring, it’s important to consider the intended use of the space, as well as the durability requirements and installation considerations of the specific product. The thickness of the flooring can be an important factor to consider in this decision-making process.