The Sense design floors exist in 5 different versions. Each version has its advantages and disadvantages and conditions. But for every situation and circumstance a most optimal execution can be chosen. Below is the explanation per implementation.
A thin (2.5 or 2.0 mm) LVT floor that can be placed in two ways, namely: 1) glued directly, using a suitable adhesive (see adhesive advice), on a leveled (flattened) surface. Mostly used in large spaces or when laying in multiple rooms. 2) glued to the EasyFix self-adhesive underlay (suitable for self-assembly and especially for rental spaces).
SPC – click
The latest development in click-version with integrated underlay. The stable floor is placed floating (loosely). A subfloor is NOT necessary. The surface must be flat. Can be over an existing tile or natural stone floor.
A 5.5 mm thick LVT floor with click system for floating (loose) placement on a flat surface. A proper underlay ( Xtreme or Soundlezzz ) should be placed between the base and the WPC floor parts . Can be over an existing tile or natural stone floor.
The older version of a massive 5 mm LVT floor with click system. The surface must be leveled (flattened). The floor is placed on a suitable subfloor ( Xtreme or Soundlezzz ).
A 5 mm thick LVT floor without a click system. Because of the heavy weight and the anti-slip back, this floor remains on its own. The surface must be leveled (flattened). It is advisable to provide the surface with an anti-slip glue, on which the Looselay is placed.