Vinyl flooring for basement
I'm looking for vinyl flooring in simulated wood plank style for a basement. Water after a storm doomed the carpet there, and I want something I won't have to worry about. Thus whatever I get can't float; it must be glued down. That leaves out Adura(r) as Mannington now requires you float the stuff. Other recommendations I've had are Nafco(r) (Tarkett(r)) and StainMaster(r). The basement floor is linoleum tile. (Actually, I don't know what it is, but it's from the '50s, so I assume it's mostly asbestos, so it has to stay where it is.)
Would it be too much to ask for something not made from equal parts melamine and recylced metal from old dental X-ray machines made by child slave labor in rural Qidong?