Spacers For Installing Laminate Flooring

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Spacers For Installing Laminate Flooring

Posted by Brice Alixandra on Friday, 29 November, 2019 23:50:03

The ROBERTS Laminate Flooring Installation Kit with Tapping Block, Pull Bar and 50 Wedge Spacers is designed specifically for laminate flooring. Complete instructions are provided for do-it-yourself installations. For glue or glueless laminate and hardwood flooring; Tapping Block evenly distributes force from hammer when tapping planks together

Spacers help create the gap when you install the floor. Typically, laminate flooring calls for a gap of 3/8-inch to 1/2-inch. Spacers often come with the flooring, or you may purchase them separately.

In this video, we explain how to install laminate flooring. Covering how to measure your room, prep your floor, orient your floor, board division, installing underlayment, setting expansion space

Instantly transform your interior with laminate and engineered flooring. Laminate flooring is less expensive than hardwood, doesn't fade in the sunlight and is resistant to stains, impacts and scratches. Here's how to install it. First, install a 6 mil plastic moisture barrier over concrete. You may need to trim the planks in the first row.

Most laminate-flooring manufacturers provide quarter-inch plastic spacers as guides. You really shouldn't have to make many cuts when installing the flooring, typically just for the end pieces of a row. But if you need to make a cut, no worries, laminate cuts just like wood. Use a square to mark a straight cut line.

The TFloor™ Spacers can be used to install any laminate wood flooring, vinyl plank flooring, engineered hardwood, bamboo, cork, or any other floating floor material. Using these spacers will ensure that your installation maintains the correct expansion gap between the floor and your walls.