Published at Friday, May 17th, 2019 - 19:28:22 PM. Laminate Flooring. By Chantay Bonnin.
Now that you have learn the first process in laying laminate flooring, we can begin with the next step. Laying out the right direction for your floor. It is very simple! You must determine how the sunlight enters the room and lay the floor on the same direction of the sun rays. This helps you make the room larger. If you have a hallway you are recommend to lay the floor the long way to flow with the room. When I say the long way, this means to lay your laminate floor with the lines of the groves long. Where you can follow your grove lines as you walk. The best decision in laying laminate floors down is using your entry way as a guide. Laying your laminate floors the long way in the same direction as people enter your house or room is the best choice. Why? Because it flows with people entering your home or room. Its really not that complicated because when it comes down to it. Your preference is the bottom line!!
How to determine if the store knows its stuff. Just how do you know if a store knows what it's doing? There are a few things that you need to look for. First of all, if you are looking for the independent retailer to install the product for you, they must come to the job site and measure for you. Diagrams just don't cut it and a good store knows that a 3-D viewing of the job is the only way to finalize a price. Notice how much attention the store pays to transitions between rooms in your home. Are they going to undercut door casings? It is a must. Are they going to pull baseboards or use rounds? Baseboard pulling makes the floor look like the house was built on top of the floor and that is what you want. Depending on the type of baseboard you have, rounds are sometimes necessary, but it should always be discussed. Notice the amount of perimeter detail the measuring technician is noting. If it is just a diagram drawn with no discussion, that's not good enough. Look for another store. You'll immediately notice the difference between stores just by watching the approach taken by the measurer. An expert will be in total control and will ask you all the right questions and discuss the project with you. Is the store going to document who is doing what and who isn't? There will also be certain job preparation issues that will need to be discussed, such as moving appliances, toilets, furnishings, tearing out of existing flooring, etc. These items need to be decided and should be listed and signed by both parties so that there is no confusion. Moonlight installers tend to put all the little detailed preparation directly on the consumer or they charge you extra for it. Alternately, many times the prep will be included in the retailer installation package.
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