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Laminate Flooring Installation: Frequently Asked Questions

Laminate Flooring Installation: Frequently Asked Questions

Laminate flooring installation is a great project for DIY homeowners! But don’t fret if you find yourself having questions, it’s only natural! Here’s a list of 10 frequently asked questions right from our customers. 1. Can laminate flooring be installed on steps? Yes, laminate floor can be installed on steps. The planks should be glued with regular wood glue with ... Read More »

How to Repair Laminate Flooring: Buckling Laminate Flooring

How to Repair Laminate Flooring: Buckling Laminate Flooring

Laminate flooring is made to last, however sometimes you can run into issues and one of the most common issues is buckling laminate flooring. Buckling occurs when laminate flooring does not have enough space to contract and expand with temperature changes. Since it is a floating floor, the planks tend to contract when it is cool and expand when it ... Read More »

Frequently Asked Questions About Laminate Flooring: Moisture Resistance & More

Frequently Asked Questions About Laminate Flooring: Moisture Resistance & More

We’ve taken the most frequently asked questions from our customers relating to moisture resistance and compiled a list of 4 top questions regarding this important issue. 1. I’m looking to lay laminate in a laundry room & mud hall. Will water be an issue? Some laminate flooring, like Armstrong and Alloc Commercial brands, has a moisture resistant core and wax edges to protect ... Read More »

How To Repair Laminate Flooring

How To Repair Laminate Flooring

Laminate floors are made to withstand normal wear-and-tear of daily life. Laminate flooring in general will give you many more years of enjoyment than carpet, plus you have the look of the hardwood without spending all that money. However, nothing lasts forever. If your laminate flooring happened to get damaged, it is much easier to repair than hardwood flooring. There ... Read More »