Laminate flooring Installation guide
Laminated flooring is not to hard to install once you follow a few basic tips on how to install laminate flooring set out here you will have your new floor fitted in no time
Laminate Flooring Ideally needs to be laid on a level Sub floor by not doing so you greatly will reduce the life of your new floor covering as the boards will rock and damage the joints over time.
Concrete Sub Floor
First you need to find out what your sub floor is made of and what sort of condition the floor is in,
if the floor is concrete,is it even ? if not you will need to screed the floor to level it out this can be done with self leveling screed that does most of the work for you,
Wood Sub Floor
If the Floor is made of wood and is uneven you will need to level it
Installation of your new Laminate floor
We can arrange for installation of all the above floor types - please email or fax over the dimensions of your room and we will work out how much flooring is required for your installation and give you a rough guide to cost. if you are happy with the guide price we will arrange a visit from a representative and give you a professional estimate show you samples and arrange a time for installation your new floor covering.
Please ensure the floor of rooms that are being fitted are clear for a quick trouble free installation
If you would like to install the laminate your self we can arrange to supply all the materials you require.
You can see some Laminate pictures here or go here to work out how much laminate flooring you will need
Other Resources online
For a more visual guide to installing laminate flooring you can also visit the quick step site to see the installing laminate flooring video clips