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How to Laminate Hardwood Flooring

Author: Lora Davis
by Lora Davis
Posted: Aug 23, 2016

Hardwood flooring should be easily to attempt if the process is carried out carefully. The process to laminating the plywood flooring is simple and takes a few steps. The process begins by assessing the measurements of the flooring that needs to be laminated which includes taking out a tape measure and measuring the square feet of the hardwood flooring that has to be carried out. The laminate flooring should be easy to carry out if the measurement is carried out carefully which means once the measurements are made then the area should be cleaned of any debris and then the process of lamination should be started.

The process of lamination or hardwood flooring should take place easily and quickly if the floor is clear of any debris. The floor should be cleared of anything that would interfere with the lamination process of the floor that would make it dirty and unprofessional looking. The existing floor should also be removed so that laminate can be placed after the base floor is removed using pry bars and hammer. Then once the plywood and base flooring are removed the moisture barrier and underlayment and plank should be fitted on the floor carefully so that the laminate can be carried out. The casing should be cut off to make room for the laminate flooring. The floor underneath should be sanded and cleaned completely to make the new flooring as clean as possible. It also has to be vacuumed so that the floor is free of any debris or materials that may interfere with the new hardwood floor installation Lawrenceville.

Then check the moisture level of the plywood floor or the sub floor or even both floors to make sure that the moisture level meets the manufacturer’s limit for moisture especially the one from which the flooring is to be purchased. Then secure the new flooring in by screwing them into place in order to ensure that the flooring is stable and does not move with the new flooring. The flooring should be secured into place and should fit in with the new measurements to ensure that hardwood that takes place is correct. The hardwood that is secured is then secured correctly because of the way the subfloor is cleaned so that the flooring is put into place correctly. The under layer and moisture barrier can then be placed onto the floor to make the floor more moisture resistant. The structural guidelines for laminating floor should also be followed so that the floor can be added right onto the floor. The new floor should be added to make the floor look more laminate and better than before. The more measurements are followed the better the flooring is for the hardwood.

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