The new vinyl floor from vinyl floor and ceiling tile manufacturer Vinyl Flooring has been a hit for years.
But now the company is trying something a little different.
According to a recent patent, the company has a solution that could become the standard for vinyl floor design.
“If you want to create a floor that looks like a vinyl wall, you can do that by adding vinyl,” said J.R. Johnson, vice president of marketing for Vinyl Floor.
The company says it has designed flooring for walls, ceilings and walls that can be easily attached to the floor with a single screw.
The idea behind the system is that it’s possible to create the same level of detail without spending much time or money.
The patent also describes how it would work with a “plastic” floor that can have more flexibility.
The flooring could be attached to walls and ceilings with a screw, while the adhesive on the vinyl floor can be used to attach to other surfaces, like a door.
That way, the wall and ceiling could be designed with a wide variety of colors and materials, which can then be layered on top of each other.
“The vinyl floor system is simple and intuitive, making it ideal for flooring and ceiling installation,” Johnson said.
“Vinyl flooring is a natural progression from the concept of vinyl as a decorative material, which was the first flooring, to the technology behind it.
With vinyl floor, it’s the natural evolution of flooring.”
Johnson said Vinyl Floor is still developing its system, so he could not disclose how the flooring would be manufactured.
But he did say that the company was aiming for a mass production model in the near future.
“We are currently working on a manufacturing capacity for our system,” Johnson wrote.
“Our system can be customized and configured for different materials and applications.
Its flexible and versatile to be installed in various locations on walls and ceiling, including the wall or ceiling joists.” “
In addition to its natural flooring look, the new system is a more efficient solution for installing vinyl floor.
Its flexible and versatile to be installed in various locations on walls and ceiling, including the wall or ceiling joists.”
Johnson also said the floor would be easily accessible by the owner of the house, and the floor could be reused.
The product could also be used in new homes as an alternative to traditional flooring or walls.
“With vinyl floor installation, the floor can stay in place without needing to be removed and reused,” Johnson continued.
“It also allows for a seamless transition between existing and new flooring depending on the needs of the home.”
Johnson didn’t give a timeframe for when Vinyl Floor would begin mass production.
The firm said it was aiming to ship the system to a small number of customers in 2019.
But Johnson said the technology would be available in a few years time.
“By then, we believe that vinyl floor will be used as the standard flooring,” he said.