|Armstrong Flooring Installation |
|This video will help you decide which flooring installation method is right for your room. Whether you are planning to install your new floor yourself or hire a professional, Armstrong can help.
If you decide to complete your own flooring installation, check out our DIY Flooring Installation Center online to learn about the skills and the tools you'll need. If you are going to hire a professional flooring installer, visit your local flooring store to find a certified Armstrong installer who is specially trained to expertly install any Armstrong flooring product.
|Easy Alterna™ Installation |
|Get a tool list and tips for installing Alterna luxury vinyl from Tony, Armstrong Installation Training & Service Specialist.
|Adura Lock Solid |
|Here's how to install Mannington's new Adura with LockSolid Technology flooring.
|Mannington Adura LockSolid Installation |
|This video demonstrates how to install Mannington Adura using the LockSolid installation method. Plank, Tile, Rectangle demos; using new Adura Wedges for assistance; plank repair and replacement.
|Installation Instructions for VersaLock AG Laminat |
|Installing laminate floors has never been easier with VersaLock AG laminate flooring by Shaw Floors. This flooring requires minimal adhesive, tools and preparation. Begin by measuring the floor, laying underlayment and determining how many planks will be required to cover the room. It is recommended to choose random lengths of planks and various planks from different cartons to enhance the look of the floor. When installing around tight spaces, simply remove the locking ridge and add a layer of adhesive to the board to keep it in place.|
|Checking Subfloor Moisture |
|Checking for and avoiding excessive moisture in every subfloor must be done. Look around for visible water stains on the drywall and subfloor, particularly on the concrete.|
|Cork: Floating Floor vs. Adhered Tiles |
|Cork flooring is quick and easy to install. You can choose either a floating floor, which is not glued or nailed to the subfloor, or cork tiles, which are glued down to the subfloor. Floating floors are made to click and lock together for a quick and easy, no-mess installation. Adhered tiles are secured in place with an adhesive.|
|All you need to know about grout joints and grout |
|he space between the tiles is called a “grout joint” and the main reason grout joints exist are to accommodate for slight sizing differences from tile to tile that are created during the manufacturing process. The grout joint enables the installer to adjust the tile to compensate for these sizing differences and allow for a straight grout line....|
|Installing Hardwood Floors: Estimating & Subfloor |
|Before installing your Bruce or Armstrong hardwood flooring be sure to properly estimate the amount of hardwood flooring you will need. You will also need to prepare the subfloor before installing your hardwood floor, so find out how!
|Hardwood Flooring Installation: Lock & Fold |
|Learn how to install a Bruce or Armstrong floating floor yourself. This video shows step by step instructions with a 3/8" Bruce Lock & Fold floating floor being installed in a basement. Using a Lock & Fold floating hardwood flooring installation is the easiest and fastest hardwood installation method out there.
|Hardwood Flooring Installation: Glue-Down |
|Learn how to use the glued-down installation method for your Bruce or Armstrong engineered hardwood flooring installation. You can glue down your engineered hardwood over concrete or a suspended wood floor.
|Hardwood Flooring Installation: Nail Down |
|Learn how to install a Bruce or Armstrong hardwood floor using the nail down installation method. Watching this video about hardwood flooring installation will teach you all the steps to complete a nail down hardwood floor installation on your own.
|Mohawk Uniclic Laminate Installation with Chip Wade |
|Mohawk spokesman Chip Wade provides a tutorial on how to install Mohawk Uniclic Laminate in your home. In this overview of the process, Chip talks about acclimating your flooring to the room before installation, ensuring your subfloor is in good shape and clear of all debris, and the particulars of choosing and installing underlayment. He also provides techniques for creating a uniform expansion gap and maintaining variation in plank selection for a natural look as you lay your planks.|
|Mohawk Solid Hardwood Installation with Chip Wade |
|HGTV's Chip Wade walks you through the process of installing a solid wood floor. He offers tips on acclimating your flooring to the space where it will be installed, allowing for a proper expansion gap, and preventing friction between the flooring and subfloor. Chip offers a number of other pointers that will help you get the look you want when installing your own hardwood flooring. It's easier than you think with a bit of planning and some expert advice. |
|How to Install Engineered Hardwood – Nail Down Method |
|Getting ready to install engineered hardwood? There are three ways to do it, and the nail down method that you'll see in this video is great for wood subfloors. Watch and learn the secrets to a successful installation so you can enjoy your beautiful hardwood floor for years to come.|
|How to Install Engineered Hardwood – Glue Down Method |
|Getting ready to install engineered hardwood? There are three ways to do it, and the glue down method that you'll see in this video is great for concrete subfloors. You can also glue engineered hardwood over plywood subfloors. Watch and learn the secrets to a successful installation so you can enjoy your beautiful hardwood floor for years to come.|
|Engineered Hardwood vs. Solid Hardwood |
|Hardwood is a beautiful flooring option, but what about the specific kinds of hardwood? How do you choose between solid hardwood and engineered hardwood? Are they both real wood? Watch as we explain how they are similar and how they are different. You'll learn the strengths of each type so you'll be prepared to make the best choice for your home.|
|WE Cork- Floating Floor Installation |
|ow to Install a WE Cork Floating Floor|
|Textra Plus ZL - Seaming - Kraus |
|Learn how to seam Kraus' commercial/residential broadloom, Textra Plus ZL, from a Kraus Installer.|
|Alterna Installation Comparison |
|Alterna® Engineered Tile provides a faster, easier, and cleaner installation when compared to Porcelain, Stone, and Ceramic tiles.|
|Floorte installation |
|Our Newest video of the Floorte' Installation processes.|
|Triversa Installation |
|How to install Triversa and Triversa ID by Congoleum.|
|How to Install ADURA®Max Vinyl Plank Floors |
|This video demonstrates how to install Mannington ADURA®Max LVP WPC flooring. Mannington strongly recommends using trained, professional installers for the best long-term performance of any of our flooring products. Anyone installing Mannington products is urged to follow all directions and advice in the Installation Guidelines. We have based all our instructions on industry-accepted recommendations as well as results gained from regular field-testing. Always follow all safety guidelines when installing any flooring product, to protect yourself and others.
ADURA®Max is available in today’s most popular decors and features our innovative HydroLoc™ waterproof core—making it the perfect choice for your most challenging rooms. Planks can be installed quickly on all grade levels and over most existing floors and subfloors. The result is a beautiful, durable, quiet and comfortable floor that can be enjoyed right away. Featuring our patented ScratchResist™ with aluminum oxide surface protection, ADURA®Max can stand up to the most active households and offers the industry’s best wear, scratch and stain resistance.
- All-in-one flooring system
- Maximum performance
- Dampens sounds by 30%
- Comfort underfoot
- Easy to install
- ScratchResist™ premium scratch resistant surface protector
Learn more and see the full selection of ADURA®Max floors at http://www.Mannington.com/Residential...|
|Install Quick-Step vinyl flooring on your walls |
|Did you know? Quick-Step’s Glue+ vinyl floors can also be installed on your walls. This means that you can tie a room together using one preferred pattern or design, even in the shower.|
|BerryAlloc PureClick Installation Video (US version) |
|PURE Click: A revolutionary click system.
PURE Click is unbeatable for installation thanks to its unique identical interlocking profile on all 4 sides. No need to walk back to the other side of the room to start the next row. Start the installation in either corner of the room and click your way to the other side. You can start the next row where you’ve finished the previous row.
DreamClick: a 360° locking system!
DreamClick is unbeatable for installing planks thanks to its unique identical interlocking profile on all 4 sides. The planks click together easily on each side of the plank, back, front, left or right.
Some advantages: super fast installation thanks to the 4 identical 4 sided locking profile; possibility to have several fitters working simultaneously on the same floor; versatile and creative; click whichever way you want.|