Laminate Flooring a go to Solution
1.) Letting the flooring acclimate to the room temperature (generally 48 to 72 hours)
2.) Laying your moisture barrier and cushion. Most quality laminate cushions come with the moisture barrier attached.
3.) Laying your floor leaving a gap between your new floor and the walls for expansion and contraction. These gaps are to be covered by ¼ round molding or baseboard molding.
4.) Finishing the job off by trimming the exposed ends of the laminate with the appropriate transition molding. If your new laminate floor meets a carpeted area or a sliding door, use an end cap. If it adjoins a tile, wood or other laminate floor, use a T-mold.At all times follow the manufactures installation instructions. Laminate floors are available in a number of different colors, styles, textures and finishes. In addition, Laminate floors are easy to install, maintain and a great value and choice for your floor covering dollar.