3 Methods for How To Install Engineered Hardwood Flooring

Learn 3 DIY methods for how to install engineered hardwood flooring: floating method, gluing method, and staple down method.

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Comments

KISHOR YEDUR says:

please share tar related information and different between tar, bitumen and asphalt

Kimberly Enriquez says:

3rd

Eric Hamilton-Smith says:

Can you use an acoustic underlayment for glue- or nail-down solid or engineered hardwood? I’m renovating an apartment in a multi-tenant building and I am trying to do everything I can to control sound transfer but do not want floating floors because of the transition “bumps” between rooms. I’m open to nail-down and glue-down methods but every underlayment I find is for floated floors only

Brenda Jaylene says:

4th

bigvirgotube says:

What’s the typical cost to get someone to do this for you? I don’t have a circular saw or jigsaw. Might be cheaper to get someone to do this.

Michelle's Crafts & More says:

How would I do this when my floors are wonky? My house was built in 1924 and has settled so there are all kinds of dips in my floor.

I Do Random Stuff says:

2nd

salem attia says:

nice work

Natalia Aguilar says:

1st

shelby clark says:

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Aashit Agrawal says:

i love lowes

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