|Edge treatment||Bevel painting|
|Wear Resistance||AC3 standard EN13329|
|Base materials||Brown HDF 850 kg /m³|
|Formaldehyde Emission||E1 or E0|
Big Embossed Surface
Small Embossed Surface
Real Wood Surface
Middle Embossed Surface
Click Systems Available
Back Colors Available
Special Treatments Available
Inspection machine Test
High Glossy Test
Laminate Flooring Package Details
Laminate Flooring Container Loading -- Pallet
Laminate Flooring Container Loading -- Carton
1. Teach you how to install laminate flooring by yourself
Step 1: Prepare tools
1. Utility knife ; 2. Tape measure ; 3. Pencil ; 4. Hand saw; 5. Spacer ; 6. Hammer ; 7. Rocking rod
1. Laminate floor 2. Nail 3. Underlayment
Step 2: Preparation before installation
1. Laminate flooring adapts to the environment
Please put the laminate flooring you have purchased in the room to be laid at least 2 days in advance, and give them enough time to adapt to the expansion or contraction of the room temperature and humidity. This prevents bending or other problems after installation.
2. Remove the skirting
Remove the existing skirting line from the wall using a pry bar. Put the part aside and reinstall it. Floating laminate (the kind used in this project) should be installed on a hard, smooth surface, such as vinyl. If the existing floor is damaged, remove it to expose the floor.
Step 3: Start the installation
Installation base materials
1. Installation base
Install the cushion to the floating laminate floor. Remove staples, nails and other debris from the floor. Do not overlap adjacent strips, use a utility knife to chop them as needed. The foam padding can attenuate the sound and help the floor feel more elastic and durable.
2. Planning the layout
To determine the direction of the plank, consider which wall is the longest and the straightest. Avoid narrow strips on the focal wall. The plank in the last row should be at least 2 inches wide. Draw a picture on the 1/4 inch gap of each wall.
Note: If the width of the last row is less than 2 inches, add this width to the width of the whole board and divide it by 2, and cut the first and last rows of boards to this width.
3. Cutting work
Depending on your layout, you may need to tear or cut the first row of boards longitudinally. If using an electric saw, cut the finished side down; if using a hand saw, cut the finished side up. When cutting boards, use clamps to fix the boards.
4. Reserve space
Laminate flooring kits require space to be wedged between the wall and the planks to leave a 1/4 inch expansion joint. Once the base plate is installed, it will not be visible.
5. Shop the first row
Install the tongue side of the plank facing the wall (some manufacturers recommend that you cut off the tongue of the plank facing the wall). Connect one plank to another by connecting tongues and grooves. You may be able to connect the boards tightly by hand, or you may need to use the tie rods and hammers in the installation kit to pull them together, or use tapping blocks to screw the joints together. Cut the last board in the row to length (if it is at least 12 inches long, keep these small pieces).
6. Install other lines
When installing other rows, stagger the seams in adjacent rows by at least 12 inches, as seen on wooden or brick walls. Usually, you can start a new line with scrap from the cut plank to end the previous line.
7. Install the last line
In the last row, you need to slide the plank into place at an angle, and then gently pry it into place with a pry bar. Make sure to leave a 1/4 inch expansion joint between the last row and the wall.
8. Cut the door frame
Don’t try to cut the plank to fit the door frame. Instead, use a side saw to cut the door frame to about 1/16 inch higher than the floor height, so that the board room can slide under the frame. Place a cushioned floor on the floor and close to the shell. Place the door frame saw on the top, and then cut the shell to the desired height.
9. Reinstall other materials
Reinstall the decorative strip. After the plank is in place, use a hammer and nails to reinstall the flooring skirting trim. Then, install the shoe mold on the expansion joint and use the transition strip to connect the laminate to the adjacent surface, such as tile or carpet. Don’t nail it to the floor, but nail it to the decorations and walls.
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