Adura Max Price Per Square Foot

around $3-$6 per square foot


The Adura Flex range is Mannington’s more traditional LVT flooring and has been on the market for many years now.

Unlike the other Adura ranges that are installed as floating floors, the Adura Flex is glued down; and the other difference is that the stone look tile version can be installed with or without grout.

  • Made in the standard luxury vinyl plank method, with a scratch resistant wear layer, a decorative middle layer and a backing pad at the bottom.
  • Available in the exact same wood and stone look designs as the Adura Max range, plus three extra stone look designs that are unique to the Adura Flex range.
  • Wood planks are 6” x 48” or 7” x 48”; stone tiles are 18” x 18” or 12” x 24” tiles.
  • Installed with the glue down method.
  • Because of this installation method you don’t need transition strips, so visually better if you have an open plan living space, and safer for those with mobility difficulties.
  • The stone look tiles can also be finished with grout for an extra authentic finish.
  • Can be installed over most subfloor types. However, the glue down installation method is much less forgiving, so your subfloor needs to be perfectly even for a good result.

    Whilst there are differences between the four Adura ranges, there are some features that they all have in common. All Adura vinyl plank floors are:

  • waterproof
  • offer good resistance against scratches and dents
  • are less prone to fading and staining
  • easy to maintain
  • are good options if you have kids or pets
  • have realistic wood or stone look visuals and textures
  • have integrated underlayment pads
  • are FloorScore certified to meet high air quality standards and low VOCs
  • are in the mid range price bracket $3 – $6 per square foot.
  • are available at most good flooring retailers and online at
  • have various matching moldings available, for stairs, floor transitions etc.
  • Now let’s look at what sets the four Adura vinyl plank ranges apart from each other.

    Note that many of the designs are available in more than one range, but each range has particular features that will suit different room profiles – for example, best for sunrooms, best for busy households, best for open plan living spaces.

    So, if you want to have the same flooring throughout your, you can do so whilst still always having the Adura flooring that fits the different room profiles in your home.

    Twin Protective Coatings Offer Impressive and Versatile Protection

    Many of the best vinyl plank flooring brands offer great wear layers, but very few offer two separate coatings. Mannington vinyl flooring’s Microban and ScratchResist layers offer versatile protection that’s been keeping reviewers pretty happy.

    This is the kind of high-end feature you might expect from the best engineered wood flooring, so it’s surprising to see it in a comparatively inexpensive LVP product.


    How much does it cost to install 1000 square feet of vinyl plank floors?

    $5,500 to $8,000 is the average cost to install 1000 sq/ft of vinyl plank flooring. The cost of vinyl plank flooring is $4 to $12 per square foot when professionally installed. Most homeowners pay between $5.50 and $8.00 to have good-quality, water-resistant or waterproof plank flooring installed.

    How many square feet is a box of Mannington Adura Max?

    Mannington Adura Max Acacia 6″ x 48″ Natural Plains Brown Vinyl Plank Flooring 27.39 sq. ft. Per Carton – max012 – Vevano.

    What is the difference between adura Max and adura Flex?

    Adura Max, MaxAPEX and Rigid are more forgiving when installed over less than perfect subfloors. Adura FLEX can be used in rooms where a floating floor is not optimal; and can be finished with grout for extra authenticity.

    Which is better adura Max or rigid?

    Adura Max is thicker and more rigid than traditional luxury vinyl and its 6″ x 48″ planks makes installation a breeze! Adura Max also includes Mannington’s Premium Ultra-Quiet attached pad for superior sound reduction and greater comfort underfoot.

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