The floor is open below, but will be spray foamed. Temperatures will range from -40F in cold snaps to 95 in the summer. We have thought about vinyl and linoleum but wonder how it will do over time.
I know that some construction adhesives don't do well under freezing, but I can't imagine why the vinyl itself would crack. In my own coop I just primed/painted the plywood floor. It cleans up slick as a whistle.
Vinyl Plank Flooring in a true 3 season room Discussion in 'Vinyl I have looked at vinyl plank - peel and stick type 4'x6" each tile . but I am afraid the the extreme temps will ruin the glue. beautiful porch jetway really reminds me of my grandfather's screened in porch in Aliquippa, PA.
I have been considering the Trafficmaster interlocking vinyl planks for a bedroom and bathroom floor in a seasonal cottage. I am told that when this cottage is closed down for the winter and subjected to extreme cold, the expansion/contraction factors will cause the planks to seperate.
3 season room / enclosed porch flooring options self.HomeImprovement that being said, i just did a glue down style vinyl plank floor in our kitchen, and found it easy enough to do providing subfloor is flat/smooth , and if i ever redo our sunroom, that is what i'll use.
I have a 13' x 6.5' porch that I want to put a vinyl floor in since my son plays there and it would be easy to clean and warmer on the feet than the concrete but wonder if there would be any advantage to sheet vinyl as opposed to the individual tiles.
We are redoing the living room floor in our cottage in New York's Finger Lakes area. We don't heat the place in the winter, and although the lake has a moderating effect on temperature, it does go below freezing in the winter.
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I live in a row home with a small covered porch and have been trying to find a good material to use to protect my floor since my basement is underneath it. The subfloor has a little bit of give to it because it's a 100 year old house and I want something that can withstand the elements.