ALL THE DETAILS

There’s so much to love about Tarkett® FiberFloor®. We’ve organized every descriptive detail – from pattern, color and design, to item and warranty numbers – in this simple, informative guide.

FiberFloor® Product Details (English) FiberFloor® Product Details (French)

INSTALLATION

The first step toward enjoying Tarkett® FiberFloor® is to install it. This complete reference manual is ideal for both beginners and professionals. It includes the technical details and proper procedures necessary to ensure stress-free installation and beautiful results.

Tarkett FiberFloor Installation Manual (English) Tarkett FiberFloor Installation Manual (French)

WARRANTY INFORMATION

Just as we protect our floors from the rigors of everyday, we take equal care in protecting our customers. The Tarkett® Consumer Protection Plan outlines the details of our FiberFloor® warranties, as well as specific floor care and maintenance information.

Protection Plan

Routine Maintenance for your Tarkett FiberFloor®

  • Sweep or vacuum regularly to remove dirt and grit that can abrade or scratch your new floor
  • Wipe up all spills promptly and thoroughly with a damp cloth or mop.
  • Wash your floor using SureShine® Cleaner or a suitable mild detergent
  • Mats and Rugs: Non-staining mats are helpful in removing harmful grit at entryways and can help prolong the life of your floor

FIBERFLOOR® Frequently Asked Questions

Where can I find a Tarkett floor?
Tarkett retailers may be easily found on our dealer locator.

What is FiberFloor?
FiberFloor is a new kind of resilient flooring. New to North America, but popular in Europe for over a decade. FiberFloor combines a cushiony feel with carefree maintenance and exceptional durability. A unique balanced construction allows the floor to lay flat and stay flat. No glue required!

Where can I obtain maintenance and warranty information for Tarkett FiberFloor?
Tarkett maintenance and warranty information can be found at most Tarkett retailers or by calling Tarkett at 1-800-367-8275. This information may also be obtained on our website.

How do I clean my Tarkett floor?
Tarkett floors are easy to care for. Just sweep or vacuum to remove any dirt or grit. Wash the floor with Tarkett SureShine® Floor Cleaner or other floor cleaner suitable for resilient flooring.

Do I have to wax my Tarkett floor?
Tarkett floors do not require waxing or polishing. However, applying polish will provide additional protection for the floor. If you choose to apply a polish, we recommend using Tarkett SureShine® High Gloss Polish or Tarkett SureShine® Satin Gloss Polish, depending on the finish of your floor.

What kind of rugs or mats can I use on my Tarkett floor?
Some rubber-backed rugs and mats may stain your Tarkett floor. We recommend using a nonstaining type rug or mat. Contact the manufacturer of the rug or mat to determine if it is acceptable to put over a Tarkett floor.

What kind of floor protectors should I use?
Frequently moved furniture should have wide, smooth, non-staining, protective load bearing rests installed. Hard plastic glides are common and should be non-pigmented and at least one inch in diameter. Rubber type floor protectors may stain your Tarkett floor.

How do I remove stains from my Tarkett floor?
To avoid staining, wipe up any spills immediately with a damp cloth or mop. Most household stains can be removed with Tarkett SureShine® Floor Cleaner. See the Tarkett Consumer Protection Guide for more information on common stains.

How is my Tarkett floor installed?
Tarkett FiberFloor may be installed using the Glueless or Full Spread Installation Systems. See the Tarkett FiberFloor Installation Manual for more information.

What surfaces can I install Tarkett flooring over?
Tarkett FiberFloor can be installed over above grade, on grade or below grade concrete substrates, above grade plywood substrates and approved, properly prepared existing floors. See the Tarkett FiberFloor Installation Manual for more information.

Can Tarkett FiberFloor be installed over radiant heated floors?
Tarkett FiberFloor may be installed over radiant heated floors. The operating temperature shall not exceed 85ºF (29ºC).

If my floor is damaged, can it be repaired?
Yes, the floor can be repaired in different ways depending on the severity of the damage. A qualified, professional installer can perform most repairs.