How To Install Laminate Flooring

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Installing laminate flooring is very easy. How to install a laminate floor tips and instructions with few tools involved. Laminate Floor Tools used: Paint Life Store: …

37 thoughts on “How To Install Laminate Flooring

  1. t gagne says:

    right around 14:13 near the end of this video, when u were laying the flooring up against the wall, u did not remove the molding on the floor and could see the orange matting.. how did u hide it..

  2. Brian Rimer says:

    WHAT IS GOING ON WITH THE TABLE SAW? NO PUSH STICK? NO ONE CATCHING THE CUT PEICES? COMPLETE SAFTEY VIALATIONS /WAITING FOR A MAIJOR ACCIDENT!!!!!!!!!! DO LOVE WHAT YOU DID INSIDE.

  3. Andrew Susskind says:

    I also was curious if you think 1/8" gap is a problem for a transition between the bathroom tile and the actual Laminate Flooring. My Flooring is around 3/8" thick and my tile is probably 1/4" tall, but I am planning to install the transition as if these two are equal heights. Do you think I will see any problems? Will I need to shim the tile side up somehow?

  4. Andrew Susskind says:

    Hey. I am almost finished installing my Laminate Flooring in my Master Bedroom and I have a 1 inch gap between the last piece of full sized flooring and the wall. The wall doesnt have the baseboards installed yet, so my distance is more like 5/8 or 3/4 of an inch. Should I rip a skinny piece on the table saw and use it to ensure zero gap between the flooring and the baseboard? Or what should I do? thank you in advance

  5. Joe D says:

    Word of advice, pull of your carpet and see whats underneath before taking on this project, especially if your house is pre1980. Check for leveling. If your floor takes a significant amount of leveling then just carpet it. Ive been scraping up old carpet matt that has compressed to my subfloor for 5 days and took around 20 hours. After getting it up, i found an uneven wood subfloor, now im 200 extra dollars in on underlaymemt, and the heavy labor thats involved with that. Clicking boards together is easy, not the prep work.

  6. Jose Avellaneda says:

    I know this is laminate hardwood but what type of floor is this ? Pergo ? Let me know I love the color and it’s just what I been looking for also I never saw you use a nailer ? Why do you not need it with this type of flooring ?

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