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Vinyl Flooring Inspection Checklist Template

A vinyl flooring inspection checklist is a tool used by certified flooring inspectors when conducting industry standard testing for vinyl flooring. Through it, they determine the quality of flooring work and the cause of flooring problems. The final vinyl flooring inspection report will include all the inspection details of any problems found.

With this digital vinyl flooring inspection checklist from Lumiform, you can:

  • implement a smoother vinyl flooring inspection process with the use of digital checklists;
  • easily capture and attach photos of vinyl flooring inspection findings as you perform the inspection;
  • assign vinyl flooring inspections through collaborative actions via app;
  • update vinyl flooring inspection checklists with Lumiform’s flexible form builder;
  • worry less about losing crucial inspection files and save flooring inspection checklists in the cloud storage;
  • immediately generate clear and comprehensive flooring inspection reports and easily share results with clients.
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Vinyl Flooring Inspection
Site Information
Installation Date
Market Segment
Building Type
Exterior Grade
Crawl Space
Vinyl Installation Checklist
Is the vinyl the correct color / style?
Are the floors clean and tidy?
Has all excess glue been removed?
Are the wall mouldings in place?
Have the toilets been put back?
Have all the scraps been removed?
Do the floors look great?
Is the toilet dry behind the toilets?
Has the silicone sealant been neatly applied to:
The front of the tub and shower?
The front door threshold?
The hot water heater?
The base of the toilets?
Statement of Problem
Physical Description
Continuous Floor
Assessment of Damage
Material Matching
Additional Notes
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Please note that this checklist template is a hypothetical appuses-hero example and provides only standard information. The template does not aim to replace, among other things, workplace, health and safety advice, medical advice, diagnosis or treatment, or any other applicable law. You should seek your professional advice to determine whether the use of such a checklist is appropriate in your workplace or jurisdiction.
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