diy laminate floor installation construction how-to , flooring installation , floors , laminate and engineered february 7, 2008 matt weber a friend of ours here at the eht headquarters decided he wanted a new Seven Trust floor, but wasnt excited about the hassle of installation or the high-price of contracting the labor.
we recently had our carpet replaced with laminate. trying to decide what to do with the transition between the flooring and the exterior door. i don't think quarter round will look very nice see pics
gap between floor edge and front door transition i laid down a laminate floor and left the required gap along all edges, including where the floor meets the transition piece to our front door. however, the front door transition piece didn't have a 'lip' i.e., it wasn't a t-molding shape that the planks could 'disappear' into, so i ended up a
you're supposed to leave a gap between walls and the end of the laminate but you can't show more i'm installing some laminate flooring floating kind that snaps together and it will go down the hallway to the front door of my second floor condo. i'm not sure what exactly i'm supposed to do along the front door
never lay any kind of floor down. never work with laminate snap flooring. i have read articles and talk to people who have installed these type of flooring. i know you need to keep the 1/4'' to 3/8'' gap around the edge of the walls for floor to expand and contract. when i get the my kitchen door which is an exterior door.
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installing laminate/cork flooring without any transitions. previous mryoucandoityourself video: www.youtube.com/watch?v=dppv92a-gtk things i mention
laminate moulding transition selection. the use of the proper laminate moulding or molding covers the expansion gap and gives your laminate flooring that finished look. the expansion gap reduces the opportunity for future floor failure. there is a variety of laminate moulding and transitions.