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After you place an order, you can usually expect to receive it within three to ten business days, assuming the material you ordered is in stock. If part of the order or the entire order is not in stock, we will immediately notify you and advise you of your options.
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|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.|
|Engineered Flooring vs. Solid Planks |
|We produce both engineered hardwood flooring and solid hardwood flooring for most of our customers , so we're not biased. For most home applications, however, engineered hardwoods such as California Classics are a better choice than solid hardwoods.|
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