How to Install Engineered Tongue & Groove Flooring

A step by step guide on how to install engineeered tongue and groove
flooring over underlay.


Easiklip Floors says:

Great video guys. Good luck with all your future projects

Daniel Lunt says:

How do you turn off the annoying music??

Tedd Clevenger says:

Very helpful. Many thanks.

Roberto zetina Ortiz says:

Anaquelles tipo biblioteca

Bocca Folk says:

What’s the glue you’re using, please advise!
Thanks in advance!

zverina says:

At 5:06 those seams seem pretty close. I would stagger more, either lengthwise or leave at least two runs between boards where ends are close (say, within 6 inches).

Nannette Battista says:

Im using woodprix instructions to make it and I do it already 🙂

Sajid Rafique says:

The tough part he did not show which is sawing off under the door jambs

Elizabeth Moore says:

everyone hates the music but i love it!

WWZenaDo says:

Uhm, why aren’t the individual planks being nailed or stapled in place?

cristinacaterina says:

Flooring looks great, very informative video

oblorg says:

could do without the music

Brian Shabam says:

thank you for sharing.

Cameron says:

Brilliant video, this is the way to do it!
If you have ever had to remove a floor (tile or wood) thats been fully glued you would understand.
Next month when the boss changers her mind or fashion changes you just saved yourself 3 days of pain, dust, backache, mess, cut fingers, aching knees……
One suggestion, but not imperative….use a water resistant PVA glue… for spills and mopping the floor
For those to lazy..

Rakesh Patnaik says:

Can anyone tell me how fill the gap around or what is the engineering behind that??

Dan Roden says:

I only wish that they could find a way to make those guitars more out of tune.

MrHurley795 says:

the problem is that hardwood is often bowed so gluing is not the best option imo

Felix Deer says:

Please lose the awful music! I could barely stand to watch the whole thing – and I need to watch it!

david foley says:

Risky business using a Table saw while pushing the wood through with fingers

Bradyvilleboy .Bradyvilleboy says:

I have noticed that some people recommend you install the first row with the groove against the wall as you have done here, while others tell us to install the first row tongue-first. Does it matter really?

Lopez Quezon says:

Would it be better looking if the planks were installed parallel to the long side of the room? Also the widths of the planks at opposite ends of the short sides of the room should be balanced?

Grant M says:

is the glueing essential? does it need done for thick solid wood flooring?


Would I need to remove my skirting board before I lay my floor?

Rocky Guevara says:

Great video. Thanks for posting.

Conner Monier says:

I made it myself. Just go to WoodPrix webpage if you’d like do the same ;D

Desi Bravo says:

this is a great video to show others that floating hardwood flooring can be done. Most people think by gluing is the best method. It always depend on the flooring. It has to be flat and leveled. If not then plywood nailed to concrete is best or self leveling concrete can do the job. I would do the floating method.
I have bamboo 9/16 x 3.25 

Beenthere Donethat says:

I got some 3/8″ Bruce Engineered Hickory hardwood and Bruce says you can glue it, nail it, or just float it. I’m trying the float method first with no glue or nails. That way if I want something else in a few years not only is it easy to take up and put down new, I can reuse it in another room.

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