Drop & Lock Laminate Flooring Installation Tips And Common Problems




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Chris P: This vid was a lifesaver -- I was cursing my flooring yesterday for about 3 hours and swore it was defective or I was. Thanks for posting - I'm totally sorted out today and finished 2 entire rooms in about 6 hours.

Michael Sharpe: what do you do when you have a floor hatch? it cannot float an will fall apart, Glue it?

Gary Stewart: Its a good idea to work with 2 rows at a time so you can avoid having a ladder effect in the joins this happens when you just use the cut piece from end of row to start next row

Josh Temple: I've always done angle angle, bought some drop and lock remnants for a closet and thought I was losing my mind. Good to know the difference. Great video.

Joey Harper: my closet is square on one side and has a angle on the other. how would i make that cut to get it up to the wall?

Joey Harper: very helpful will be doing flooring this weekend and that video helps out a lot.

THE K.B EFFECT: Omg. You are the boss if been trying to lay my floor four hours and this has made my laying flooring 1000 Times easier. Thank you bro

Nimrod 823: If only I watched this video FIRST! Lol great video thank you!

Josh G: excellent vid it made my floor installation a breeze thanks

Kim Wojo: Thank you so much!! When I get frustrated, I watch the video . . . again. :)

frozentootsiepop: Very informative and well made video. Thanks. I plan on installing drop and lock flooring in a bedroom next week. The room has no trim. Should I install the trim first, then install the floor with the expansion gap and then install the quarter round on top? Or install the floor then just count on the trim to cover the expansion gap and skip the quarter round?

Tomislav Zvonimir: Hi, i have a problem. I bought some laminate and they are all same long size 1,5m. So i can't mix smaller ones with the long ones. That leaves me with a 0,5m gap at the sidewall. Now i have to cut an entire box of planks in smaller pieces to fill the whole gap. The problem is i can't lay them down as they won't clip properly on the shorter lenght. What should i do?

Kevin Zazvorka: How come no answer to JN2013

Kevin A. McDaniel: Wish I would've seen this before I started on my daughter's bedroom.

Laura Kondrick: Good information. Thanks for the video!

Beverly Roxby: It looks to me like this guy has the tongue side and ghe groove side mixed up. It's clear enough from the video what he means, but still...

Brian Milligan: Great video. Thank you!

Marcelo Urias: Thanks for this video. It saved my project. I was three rows down when I got suspicious I was going backwards....if it wasn't for this video, I was in for a day of grief.

Len Breccia: Great video thanks

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