Outdoor & Marine Vinyl Flooring Premier Alloy - NEW!

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SKU: 21-48011-05
Color: Diamond Grid
Size: 8'6" x 5'
Price:
Sale price$437.79 Regular price$551.10

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G‑Floor® Outdoor & Marine Premier Alloy is 90 mil thick non-woven flooring with a marine grade topcoat to improve stain resistance. The seamless 100% polyvinyl flooring has a durable 50 Mil wear layer. The DIY rollout flooring is durable, waterproof, and offers easy care. Slip- and odor-resistant. The UV-stable, Premier Alloy collection comes in four different options- Diamond Grid, File, Mesh, Tire Tread, Grating, and Sieve.

Inspired by rugged metal features, this collection from G-Floor® Outdoor & Marine completely breaks out of the standard elements bringing an entire new look to the marine world. The six different flooring patterns provide a versatile appearance for more than outdoor and marine. The Premier Alloy collection can be a great option for sheds, trailers, and more! The leather-like Levant™ surface enhances the beauty of any watercraft and provides the right amount of traction. This fine flooring provides effortless style, versatility, and performance on the water, along with a list of other advantages:

  • Ultra-durable polyvinyl - handles extreme weather conditions and heavy foot traffic
  • Non-woven material - won't snag, dent, crack, flake or peel
  • Seamless with superb moisture protection - resists wood rot, mold and mildew
  • Sharp, high-quality images are printed underneath the vinyl, not on top or in between, and protected by an industry-leading wear layer so they won't fade or wear off
  • UV-stable - for even longer color and image retention
  • DIY installation, trim to fit, and cushioned spun bound backing for quick grabbing of glue
  • Easy to clean, non-porous surface resists oils, gas and marine chemicals
  • Odor- and stain-resistant
  • Slip-resistant and flame retardant for safety
  • Manufactured in the USA
  • 5-year Limited Warranty, 3-year UV exposure

Protect your boat deck and outdoor surfaces from wood rot and more with slip resistant, durable, polyvinyl, G-Floor® Outdoor & Marine flooring. In a variety of patterns and colors, manufactured to fit various applications our flooring provides UV resistance for long-term color retention. Our flooring will hold its quality for years to come.

 

WHAT DOES THE WARRANTY COVER?


Better Life Technology® warrants G-Floor Outdoor & Marine flooring will remain free from defects in materials and workmanship for a period of five (5) years pro rata, beginning on the production date of the boat. This warranty is pro-rated for a period of 60 months. This warranty provides a credit allowance beginning on the purchase date. Replacement of G-Floor Outdoor & Marine flooring will be prorated based on the following formula:

Months of Use divided by 60 months = % of adjustment

G-Floor Outdoor & Marine flooring must be properly installed using exterior grade adhesive in accordance with the specifications and installation instructions of Better Life Technology. The warranty extends only to the original purchaser. Better Life Technology warrants G-Floor Outdoor & Marine flooring will not excessively degrade or fade under normal, intended use, due to defects in material or workmanship for a period of five (5) years. This warranty includes a warranty against cracking, chipping, flaking, peeling, rot or corrosion that is directly caused by a manufacturing defect in the Product as determined by Better Life Technology. This warranty also includes a warranty against excessive color fade, which is more than ‘normal fading’ and is in excess of a Delta E of 4, as determined by Better Life Technology and based on our examination of the G-Floor Outdoor & Marine sample, in the event of uneven or abnormal fade distribution which is not due to a buildup or accumulation of stains, dirt, mold, mildew, or any other deficiency caused by the lack of Required Cleaning and Care as is further described below.


WHAT IS NOT COVERED?


This warranty shall not apply and no warranty of any kind shall exist if this product has been subject to abuse, misuse, neglect, an act of God, or alteration of any type or cause. Better Life Technology® is not responsible for defects and or damage from improper installation or use, improper use of non-exterior grade adhesive, non-marine grade subfloors or plywood, damage from subfloor shift, expansion or contraction / subfloor failures or irregularities or from use beyond design capability. Expansion and contraction of improperly installed or sealed flooring, subfloors, and joints can result in floor damage, thus voiding all warranties. Better Life Technology is not responsible for settling, warping or any other failure of the structure on which G-Floor® Outdoor & Marine flooring is adhered.

Although G-Floor Outdoor & Marine flooring is chemical resistant, certain chemicals, mildews, and molds can stain and damage flooring if not cleaned off properly. The limited warranty from Better Life Technology shall not cover surface stains caused from failing to properly clean chemical spills, mold or mildew growth, defects resulting from improper maintenance or installation, damage from improper usage, including without limitation, burns, cuts, tears, scratches, scuffs, cold weather cracking, damage or discoloration from adhesive or floor care products not recommended by Better Life Technology.

Pink Stain is a by-product of a specific type of bacterial micro-organism that may be introduced to marine grade vinyl product by adjacent boat components and cannot be eliminated. Better Life Technology does not cover Pink Stain and routine maintenance using chlorine based cleaners is recommended to prevent bacterial growth.

 

REQUIREMENTS FOR WARRANTY CLAIMS


In the event Buyer makes any claim under this warranty, Better Life Technology reserves the right to require any product to be returned for inspection at Buyer’s expense, subject to refund upon valid warranty claim, to the Better Life Technology factory in Emporia, KS. Only Better Life Technology is authorized to provide warranty service. Better Life Technology is not responsible and assumes no liability for subfloor, adhesives, labor or installation.  If claim is found to be valid, Better Life Technology will only cover the cost of the material.  Installation, adhesives, subfloor, and labor are not covered.   For warranty information, please call or write to: Customer Service, 9736 Legler Road, Lenexa, KS 66219, Telephone (877) 810-6444. Better Life Technology, in its sole discretion, shall determine whether the product is defective or otherwise covered or not covered by this limited warranty.  For any claimed defects existing upon delivery of the completed boat to the Customer, then Customer must notify Better Life Technology within sixty (60) days of the date of purchase, and proof of purchase, including date of purchase, must be provided


EXCLUSIVE REMEDY


Buyer’s exclusive remedy for valid warranty claims made during the warranty period is repair, at Better Life Technology’s option, within a reasonable time after notice of defect. In the event Better Life Technology is unable to repair such product, Better Life Technology, at its option, shall either replace the defective product or refund the purchase price thereof. These remedies are the exclusive remedies under this limited warranty. Better Life Technology shall not be liable for any other charges incurred, including installation cost, as a result of a defective product. In the event that Buyer makes any claim under this warranty, Better Life Technology® reserves the right to require any product to be returned for inspection at Buyer’s expense, subject to refund upon valid warranty claim, to the Better Life Technology factory in Emporia, KS. No employee of Better Life Technology or any other person is authorized to make any additional warranty or to change this warranty.

 

LIMITATIONS OF LIABILITY


THERE ARE NO OTHER EXPRESS WARRANTIES OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING THOSE OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. THE ABOVE WARRANTY IS LIMITED TO THE TIME PERIOD STATED ABOVE. ANY AND ALL IMPLIED WARRANTIES ARE EXCLUDED AND LIABILITY FOR INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES IS EXCLUDED TO THE EXTENT EXCLUSION IS PERMITTED BY LAW. BUYER’S SOLE REMEDY IS THE LIMITED WARRANTY STATED ABOVE.


REQUIRED CLEANING AND CARE

G-Floor® Outdoor & Marine flooring is an easy to clean product, allowing more time to enjoy your outdoor space and less time with maintenance. Made from ultra-durable polyvinyl with a non-porous surface, G-Floor Outdoor & Marine flooring has a long-life cycle, ready to handle the elements. The surface is resistant to gas, fish scents, suntan oil, and other spills and scents common to watercrafts and the outdoors. Dirt, soil, and debris don’t penetrate the surface for easy clean up, avoiding harsh scrubbing. Routine cleaning is necessary and vinyl’s are not stain-proof materials, so it is important to understand the steps to clean and maintain your flooring.

It is important to immediately wipe up any spills, harsh chemicals such as gas, motor oils, hydraulic fluids, etc. To avoid mold and mildew build up do not leave organic or foreign substances on flooring (such as beverages, food products, baits, lotions/ sprays, etc...). Organic substances give mold and mildew something to grow on. If mold and mildew is left to grow, over time it can lead to staining that is not covered under the warranty. Keeping your floor clean will prevent mold or mildew from starting. Use an approved mildew stain remover at the first sign of stains starting to form. This will eliminate mildew and keep your flooring looking great for years to some. Just like the seating on your boat, mold, and mildew can cause damage not covered under the warranty.


The purchaser must regularly clean and maintain their G-Floor® Outdoor & Marine flooring with appropriate vinyl safe cleaners. It is important to perform regular maintenance on your floors, to help maintain their lasting durability. G-Floor Outdoor & Marine products are stain resistant, but not stain proof. Never use harsh chemicals such as bleach, acetone, marine hull cleaner, or unsafe chemicals for marine environments. Spills should be cleaned up immediately to avoid staining. Weekly cleaning by spraying down your floors will help prevent any stains from becoming embedded and eliminate the need for future deep cleaning. Evaluate the area you are cleaning before you determine the steps and products needed to complete the job. G-Floor Outdoor & Marine flooring is easily washed with mild soaps and other household detergents suitable for vinyl material, even power washing

  • Spray the surfaces down regularly to avoid build up.
  • Spills should be wiped or mopped immediately, with a damp mop or cloth.
  • Remove all debris, surface soils, salt, and grit by sweeping or vacuuming the surface.
  • Brush or sweep with cool water using a deck brush or soft to medium stiff brush.
  • Apply soap or cleaner to penetrate the dirt/stain for 2-3 minutes.
  • Lightly scrub the area and rinse off the flooring.
  • Repeat on the affected area until completely clean.
  • Allow floors to dry before proceeding with traffic.

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Congratulations on your selection of G-Floor® Outdoor & Marine flooring, the most durable sheet flooring available. It is waterproof, easy to maintain, and resistant to stains, bait smells, and many common chemicals. G-Floor Outdoor & Marine flooring is the finishing component of a decking system that also includes underlayment, sealants, fasteners, patch compounds and adhesive.


To maximize the G-Floor Outdoor & Marine lifecycle, proper subfloor preparation and installation with compatible products in a suitable environmental range is required. The following guidelines are recognized as best practices for installation of G-Floor Outdoor & Marine flooring. Always follow safe work practices, wear appropriate Personal Protective Equipment and understand requirements for chemical usage.


Better Life Technology® respects the user’s right to deviate from these guidelines. Please consult with the manufacturers who supply each separate component of the subfloor system to ensure compatibility and possible conflicts with installation practices.

Installation On Marine Grade Plywood Sub-Floor

Material Storage

All products must be allowed to acclimate for at least 24 hours prior to installation. We do not recommend installing product if the temperature is below 60° Fahrenheit. All flooring material must be properly stored prior to use. Please keep in a dry environment, in a temperature range between 60° - 85° F. If the product is delivered on a roll, ensure the product is rotated every three months to avoid flat spots. Please do not stack more than three rolls high and do not store upright. For long term storage, we recommend rolling the product square and tight on the original core, and secure with stretch wrap. Do not store material folded, or without a center core the full width of the material as it can cause flat spots or ripples.


Adhesive and flooring must be acclimated on-site. The minimum temperature should be no less than 60 ° F for 24 hours before, during and 24 hours after installation.

Moisture

Wood is a cellulose material which is in a constant state of seeking moisture equilibrium with its surrounding environment. Dimensional changes depend on the moisture level of the decking. It expands when the humidity is high, which adds moisture. It shrinks when conditions are dry, which releases moisture.


The average moisture percentages vary based upon the geographic area. This variation affects the stability of the decking and may transfer to the finished flooring. Please consult with the wood decking underlayment supplier for moisture content guidelines and tolerances.

 

Crossmembers

Apply butyl tape or adhesive sealant caulk, such as ChemLink® M-1 Marine sealant to each crossmember. Be certain the butyl tape is centered on each deck underlayment seam. When caulk is used, apply a double bead and ensure adequate coverage spans unbroken through both underlayment edges.

 

Decking

Inspect underlayment and cull sheets for damaged edges. Any excess can be utilized as fill sections for aft, fill or bow decking. Apply sealants to the plywood seam edges. Make every effort to seal seams to prevent moisture from having contact with flooring and adhesives.


If floor is made of multiple wooden planks, ensure that the entire floor is level and that there are no gaps or unfilled spaces between planks. Joints between planks should be level and smooth.

 

Attachment

Proper screw placement and spacing is a priority to firmly anchor the decking to the crossmembers. Along seams, screws are recommended at six inch intervals, offset distance from each other. Place the screws one half to three quarter’s inch from the underlayment edge. Screw spacing should not exceed twelve inches apart. Center the screws on crossmembers or structural components. Ensure that screws are secured with the heads just below the deck surface.

 

Underlayment Preparation

Lightly sand the decking underlayment joints to ensure they are flat and even, spot sand other areas as required. Care must be taken not to over sand or dish out the underlayment surface. Apply a flexible waterproof patch to spot fill substrate imperfections. Ensure the filler is applied smoothly or sanded flat. Allow adequate time for the filler to gain hardness prior to application of adhesive. This is necessary to avoid cross contamination of filler and adhesive. Please consult with the patch manufacturer for suitability, compatibility and usage instructions.

 

Adhesive for Marine Grade Plywood Subfloor

G-Floor® Marine & Outdoor Adhesive has been approved for outdoor and marine flooring applications on wood decking through rigorous qualification and testing processes. The adhesive can be troweled with a 1/16” x 1/16” x 1/16” square notch trowel or applied with a nap roller. The application rate must be monitored to yield 40 to 50 square feet per gallon.


Stir the adhesive prior to use and every 2 or 3 hours to ensure the contents are blended. Keep the pail lid secured when not in use to protect from drying. After spreading the adhesive, allow a minimum of five minutes open time for the adhesive to gain green strength. More open time is required for cooler temperatures or high humidity. The adhesive should just start to develop a skin.


Place the flooring flat and smooth on the adhesive, avoid trapping air or forming ridges. Roll in length and width with a seventy-five pound weighted roller as soon as the material is set in to the adhesive. Ensure 100% adhesive transfer between the two surfaces. For best results, re-roll after one hour.


Flooring must maintain contact with adhesive until curing is complete (24-48 hours). To facilitate proper contact, secure the edges by stapling around the entire perimeter of the boat and floor penetrations and install the edge rail.
There are many suitable adhesives for both marine grade plywood and composite decks that will bond G-Floor® Outdoor & Marine flooring. You must use an appropriate marine grade adhesive. Follow specific manufacturer recommendations.


For additional details on the G-Floor Marine & Outdoor Adhesive , please contact the adhesive manufacturer:


Chemical Technology Incorporated
26067 Groesbeck Highway
Warren, MI 48089
586.533.2477

 

Installation

Unroll the G-Floor® Outdoor and Marine flooring and position pattern side up. Align the pattern edge with the length of the surface, allowing for excess to trim on all four edges. It may be preferred to center patterned flooring on the surface by balancing the design along both side edges.

 

Optimal Installation Tips

1. Excessive moisture content in plywood substrates could cause seam swelling, resulting in buckling or stretching of the finished flooring.


2. Improper placement of screws (too few screws, screws spaced too far apart, screws driven too deeply into the plywood) can disrupt the integrity and holding power of the underlayment.


3. Applying adhesive too quickly after patching substrate imperfections can cause cross contamination. This leads to adhesive and filler failure and may not properly bond with decking and/or G-Floor Outdoor & Marine flooring.


4. Applying an insufficient amount of adhesive can cause future bond failure of the G-Floor Outdoor & Marine flooring. Always monitor the adhesive application process to ensure sufficient coverage.


5. Applying G-Floor Outdoor & Marine flooring too quickly after spreading adhesive lengthens the curing time and weakens the early tack strength resulting in movement of the flooring.

 

Installation on Marine Grade Composite Sub-Floor

Material Storage

All products must be allowed to acclimate for at least 24 hours prior to installation. We do not recommend installing product if the temperature is below 60° Fahrenheit. All flooring material must be properly stored prior to use. Please keep in a dry environment, in a temperature range between 60° - 85° F. If the product is delivered on a roll, ensure the product is rotated every three months to avoid flat spots. Please do not stack more than three rolls high and do not store upright. For long term storage, we recommend rolling the product square and tight on the original core, and secure with stretch wrap. Do not store material folded, or without a center core the full width of the material as it can cause flat spots or ripples.


Adhesive and flooring must be acclimated on-site. The minimum temperature should be no less than 60 ° F for 24 hours before, during after installation.

Moisture

The major advantage to G-Floor® Outdoor & Marine flooring installed on a composite deck is that it provides the most moisture resistant barrier available in the market. Composite decks and G-Floor Outdoor & Marine flooring do not absorb water or allow for the free flow of air. Therefore, adhesive selection is very important to use a marine based adhesive.

 

Crossmembers

The major advantage to G-Floor® Outdoor & Marine flooring installed on a composite deck is that it provides the most moisture resistant barrier available in the market. Composite decks and G-Floor Outdoor & Marine flooring do not absorb water or allow for the free flow of air. Therefore, adhesive selection is very important to use a marine based adhesive.

 

Decking

The composite decking is then laid on the crossmembers. Assure decking is in contact with all the crossmembers. Screw through the deck and into the cross members around the exterior edge to hold deck in place while the adhesive cures. The cure can take up to 24 hours.


Each screw is slightly counter sunk just below the deck surface. Place a small amount of ChemLink M-1 Marine sealant on each screw head and use a putty-knife to smooth the surface.


Once installed, deck and subfloor must be completely smooth and free of debris. Voids and uneven subfloor will show through the finished product if not sealed and leveled properly.

 

Attachment

Proper screw placement and spacing is a priority to firmly anchor the decking to the crossmembers. Along seams, screws are recommended at six inch intervals, offset distance from each other. Place the screws one half to three quarter’s inch from the underlayment edge. Screw spacing should not exceed twelve inches apart. Center the screws on crossmembers or structural components. Ensure that screws are secured with the heads just below the deck surface.

 

Underlayment Preparation

Lightly sand the decking underlayment joints to ensure they are flat and even, spot sand other areas as required. Care must be taken not to over sand or dish out the underlayment surface. Apply a flexible waterproof patch to spot fill substrate imperfections. Ensure the filler is applied smoothly or sanded flat. Allow adequate time for the filler to gain hardness prior to application of adhesive. This is necessary to avoid cross contamination of filler and adhesive. Please consult with the patch manufacturer for suitability, compatibility and usage instructions.

  

Installation

Unroll the G-Floor® Outdoor and Marine flooring and position pattern side up. Align the pattern edge with the length of the boat, allowing for excess to trim on all four edges. It may be preferred to center patterned flooring on the boat by balancing the design along both side edges.

 

Optimal Installation Tips

1. Improper placement of screws (too few screws, screws spaced too far apart, screws driven too deeply into the plywood) can disrupt the integrity and holding power of the underlayment.

2.Applying adhesive too quickly after patching substrate imperfections can cause cross contamination. This leads to adhesive and filler failure and may not properly bond with decking and/or G-Floor Outdoor & Marine flooring.

3.Applying an insufficient amount of adhesive can cause future bond failure of the G-Floor Outdoor & Marine flooring. Always monitor the adhesive application process to ensure sufficient coverage.

4. Applying G-Floor Outdoor & Marine flooring too quickly after spreading adhesive lengthens the curing time and weakens the early tack strength resulting in movement of the flooring.

 

Exterior Installation - Non-Marine

For exterior installation where material will be subject to extreme weather, temperature or moisture G-Floor® Outdoor & Marine imaged and supported material should be secured to the subfloor. The material may be installed by securing only the edges or fully adhered to wood or concrete subfloors. Please read and follow all recommendations below.


*For superior long-term installation, we do recommend fully adhering this material*

 

Material Storage

All products must be allowed to acclimate for at least 24 hours prior to installation. We do not recommend installing product if the temperature is below 60° Fahrenheit. All flooring material must be properly stored prior to use. Please keep in a dry environment, in a temperature range between 60° - 85° F. If the product is delivered on a roll, ensure the product is rotated every three months to avoid flat spots. Please do not stack more than three rolls high and do not store upright. For long term storage, we recommend rolling the product square and tight on the original core, and secure with stretch wrap. Do not store material folded, or without a center core the full width of the material as it can cause flat spots or ripples.


Adhesive and flooring must be acclimated on-site. The minimum temperature should be no less than 60 ° F for 24 hours before, during after installation.

 

Exterior Wood Deck/Dock

Installation

Unroll the G-Floor Outdoor & Marine flooring and position pattern side up. Align the pattern edge with the length of the boat, allowing for excess to trim on all four edges. It may be preferred to center patterned Outdoor & Marine flooring on the boat by balancing the design along both side edges.

 

Adhesive Installation for Wood Subfloor

G-Floor® Marine & Outdoor Adhesive has been approved for outdoor and marine flooring applications on wood decking through rigorous qualification and testing processes. The adhesive can be troweled with a 1/16” x 1/16” x 1/16” square notch trowel or applied with a nap roller. The application rate must be monitored to yield 40 to 50 square feet per gallon.


Stir the adhesive prior to use and every 2 or 3 hours to ensure the contents are blended. Keep the pail lid secured when not in use to protect from drying. After spreading the adhesive, allow a minimum of five minutes open time for the adhesive to gain green strength. More open time is required for cooler temperatures or high humidity. The adhesive should just start to develop a skin.


Place the flooring flat and smooth on the adhesive, avoid trapping air or forming ridges. Roll in length and width with a seventy-five pound weighted roller as soon as the material is set in to the adhesive. Ensure 100% adhesive transfer between the two surfaces. For best results, re-roll after one hour.


Flooring must maintain contact with adhesive until curing is complete (24-48 hours). To facilitate proper contact, secure the edges by stapling around the entire perimeter of the boat and floor penetrations and install the edge rail.
There are many suitable adhesives for both marine grade plywood and composite decks that will bond G-Floor® Outdoor & Marine flooring. You must use an appropriate marine grade adhesive. Follow specific manufacturer recommendations.


When installing multiple pieces of Outdoor & Marine flooring, full adhesion is highly recommended.

 

Seams for Adhered Flooring

All seams must be sealed to create a waterproof barrier. This will prevent damage to the flooring and adhesive. Seams can be sealed by either heat weld or cold weld techniques. When choosing material, make sure to use vinyl compatible components that are rated for exterior use.


Additionally, all edges should be finished with railing or other edging product to ensure protection from weather elements.

 

Non-Adhesive Installation for Wood Subfloor

Placement of single piece, full area coverage G-Floor® Outdoor & Marine flooring may be accomplished without adhesive. After placing the flooring and trimming to fit, simply secure edges by stapling around the entire perimeter of flooring. Edges should be finished with proper edge rails to protect from weather elements.

 

Concrete Slab/Patio Installation

Adhesive

Acrylic- or water-based adhesives that are rated for exterior applications are required. Ensure that chosen adhesive is appropriate for vinyl flooring and concrete. Follow all adhesive manufacturer recommendations when installing.

Subfloor Preparation

Ensure concrete is fully cured and flat. Clean any staining as best as possible. Any stains may affect adhesive performance. Any cracks or expansion joints should be patched and allowed to fully cure before adherence. Failure to properly prepare subfloor may lead to its defects showing through the material.

Flooring Preparation

Material should be unrolled 24-48 hours prior to installation to allow the vinyl to relax. Material may initially have ripples that will dissipate over the allotted time. Once the mat lays flat, it may be placed in the area to be installed. The vinyl can be trimmed to fit with a straight edge and utility knife.

Edges & Seams

All seams must be sealed to create a waterproof barrier. This will prevent damage to the flooring and adhesive. Seams can be sealed by either heat weld or cold weld techniques. When choosing material, make sure to use vinyl compatible components that are rated for exterior use.


Additionally, all edges should be finished with railing or other edging product to ensure protection from weather elements.

Blushing

When G-Floor® Imaged or Clear material is not fully adhered, it can be subject to blushing. Blushing is a chemical reaction produced by moisture being trapped between the material and subfloor. It can generally be cured with heat and /or direct sunlight to allow the moisture to evaporate. In more extreme cases, an alternate heat source or high powered fan may be needed to help dry the moisture.

 

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  1. Is Outdoor & Marine flooring slippery when wet?

Most floors are slippery when wet; however, the small embossed pattern in Outdoor & Marine flooring actually gives you traction and makes it more slip-resistant.

  1. Is Outdoor & Marine flooring hot to stand on?

Actual tests with a thermometer show Outdoor & Marine flooring is cooler than other vinyl flooring and carpet.

  1. How hard is Outdoor & Marine flooring to install?

Outdoor & Marine flooring is an ideal DIY project. It can be cut to fit with a utility knife. The flooring is laid on a clean, dry plywood deck, adhesive applied to one half of the floor at a time and rolled smooth with a weighted roller.

  1. How do I clean my floor?

Your floor can easily be cleaned with mild soap and water. A leaf blower can be used to remove debris. If a stain appears, use our recommended cleaners and the top-coated surface will look great for years to come.

  1. What makes G-Floor Outdoor & Marine flooring different?

G-Floor Outdoor & Marine flooring is a solid protective layer of vinyl. It will not rot, peel or crack. Provides a protective barrier for the subfloor keeping moisture out. The topcoat acts as a shield to protect against staining and sun damage.

  1. Where should I install the flooring?

G-Floor Outdoor & Marine flooring is a great flooring cover for patios, decks, docks, boats and much more! You should install the flooring in a temperature and humidity controlled environment. Make sure that you are out of direct sunlight. The humidity level can affect adhesives and the installation process.

  1. How do I know if my product is going to ship via small package or truck freight?

Some orders (over 25 feet) will ship via truck freight. You must be home at the time of delivery for orders shipped via truck freight.

  1. What decking or surface can the flooring be adhered to?

You can adhere the flooring to cement, wood, and aluminum with the appropriate adhesive. For watercraft, make sure the actual decking is marine grade plywood. If you are using aluminum or any other substrate please check your adhesive. You will need an adhesive that is suitable for both the substrate and the flooring.

  1. What tools/materials are needed for installation of the Outdoor & Marine flooring? 

To install Outdoor & Marine flooring on your boat deck you should have the following items: Outdoor & Marine flooring, Pencil and paper to make patterns for trimming (if necessary), staple gun and staples for edges, utility knife and straight edge for trimming, approved adhesive, trowel or roller to apply adhesive, weighted roller for pressure.

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