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Engineered hardwood flooring adds beauty, warmth and value to your home. Learn more about installation with our quick video.

Learn how to install engineered hardwood or laminate flooring with the floating installation process following this how to video. Find more installation deta

If you are unsure of how to install engineered hardwood, let Bestlaminate help! We have compiled the most common ways to install this flooring yourself!

Glue down installation for engineered wood flooring. Glue down as an installation method for engineered wood floors, as the name suggests, involves using a bonding agent, adhesive or glue that you put directly on to your concrete subfloor before laying your floor. If you choose this method of fitting, you 

ENGINEERED INSTRUCTIONS. Staple down, Glue down, or Edge glue and float. OWNER/INSTALLER RESPONSIBILITY: The veneer either bamboo or hardwood is a product of nature, thus there will be some variations in grain, patterns, and shade/color from box to box. When ordering flooring 5% 7% 

When installing engineered floors, it's important to remember that when wooden boards expand, they expand across their width (across the boards) not their length (along the boards). Whilst the length of a room isn't a concern, you should pay close attention to the width. If your room is more than 10m wide, all you need to 

Advice on laying tongue and groove engineered wood flooring with guidance on wood floor preparation, sub floors, wood expansion and wood adhesive methods.

A tutorial explaining engineered wood flooring proecuts and how to install them. it covers both floating and non floating engineered systems.

With the appearance of solid wood but easier to install thanks to the use of click systems, Engineered Wood Flooring makes a great choice for those wanting to install the floor themselves. Fast and easy and with no gluing or screwing required, installing click system engineered wood flooring is a simple process. There are 

Engineered wood flooring is often thinner than solid wood flooring. It is manufactured with a thin surface layer of hardwood and a core that's more like plywood. If you intend to install the floor yourself, engineered wood flooring is usually the best bet because it is pre finished, eliminating the need for sanding 

Want new flooring but don't want to pay someone to do it? This video will show you how to install engineered hardwood flooring yourself in less time than it

This Old House general contractor Tom Silva shows how to install a beautiful wood floor in just less than one day. (See below for a shopping list and tools.)

A highly popular alternative to solid wood, our engineered wood flooring is suitable for any room in the home. Simple to install, hard wearing and easy to maintain, it's not difficult to see why this is a sought after flooring style. With lighter woods such as oak, to the darker hues of rich walnut, there are styles to suit every taste.

When you are ready to lay the floor, bear in mind that in general, engineered flooring looks best when laid parallel to light entering through the windows, but you can lay it whichever way you think works. The only restriction is on boards laid over an existing hardwood floor, where the boards should be laid 

Because of its construction, engineered hardwood brings with it a number of advantages including quick installation. This project focuses on installing a floating engineered floor. Float, Glue and Nail installation are three main methods used for installing this type of floor. Float Installation: The plank pieces are glued (or