How to Install Engineered Hardwood – Floating Method

Considering new hardwood floors? Watch as Jack explains what’s involved in floating installation of engineered hardwood flooring. You’ll learn what tools you need, how to prepare your subfloor, and several tips for a beautiful, long-lasting installation.

Floating is just one of the methods you can use to install engineered hardwood floors. Nail and glue are also good options. Watch for our upcoming videos covering these two methods!

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Comments

Dainius G says:

@5:30, in real life how many rooms do you actually get that are square shaped? I for one find I get 98% room walls are not parallel . So finding a balance is just a waste of time and effort….

Chris Bouwhuis says:

Background music is too loud making it hard to hear the guy give the instructions

jlei8aX says:

since when is an oscillating tool a hand saw?

John Smelt says:

Wow – that was really well done!! Thanks….

Jose DeJesus says:

if there is a second floor, don’t you have to start your floor with the bullnose piece that goes on you stair step first and then every piece goes after that?

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