What is a vinyl cove base?

What is a vinyl cove base?

Cove base is a type of trim that is installed along the base of an interior wall where the wall meets the floor. It is primarily made of vinyl or rubber and is used to protect the base of a wall from damage and to provide a finished and more aesthetically pleasing look where it is installed.

What is the difference between rubber and vinyl cove base?

Cove Base is usually made from either rubber or vinyl. Rubber cove base is the preferred product, as it doesn’t shrink and is more scuff resistant. Cove base can be made in seamless rolls of 120LF or in lengths, usually 4′ long. Some new types of cove base are made in either 6′ or 8′ lengths depending on the producer.

Which is better vinyl or rubber base?

“I’d say rubber is definitely the premium choice over vinyl or vinyl-rubber blends because it offers more LEED® certification advantages, is more installer-friendly, and doesn’t shrink over time.” Of course, there are other differences between rubber, vinyl-rubber blends, and vinyl wall base—cost being one of them.

What is the vinyl baseboard called?

cove base
Wall base, also known as cove base, is typically made of rubber or vinyl and covers the bottom few inches of a wall. It comes in a roll and serves as a protective barrier against scuffs and bumps from things like footwear and vacuum cleaners. In a home, a wooden baseboard serves this same purpose.

What is the cheapest baseboard?

Jointed Pine Pine is the least expensive of the natural woods. Unlike regular pine wood, knots and warping are not an issue since jointed pine comes pre-primed and treated. It is also sold unprimed. This makes jointed pine baseboard easy to nail and quick to install.

What is cove base adhesive?

PROFLEX® Cove Base Adhesive (CBA) is a premium solvent free adhesive with fast, aggressive wet suction to grip rubber and vinyl wall base, including carpet base.

What is a coved base?

Cove base tiles are usually used at the base of tiled walls in lieu of tile baseboards, to create a seamless and watertight transition between the wall and the floor. And that’s their primary purpose: cove base tiles cover the joint at which two surfaces meet in a way that keeps moisture out.