flooring. Thursday , April 13th , 2017 - 22:04:33 PM
When you are installing over a solid floor e.g. concrete, asphalt, quarry tiles, stone flags etc. it is important that your do a thorough check of the moisture content of the sub-floor. Even a minute amount of moisture in a sub-floor will cause Amtico flooring to start lifting within a very short period of time. Your investment will then be wasted, as the floor will be beyond repair.
Now that you know what vinyl flooring is and why it is probably one of the most suitable flooring for the basement, let us take a look at how you can install this type of flooring in your basement. The process of installing vinyl flooring is not that difficult. All you need is the flooring, the adhesive that you will use to install the same, and a cutting blade to cut the vinyl flooring according to the measurements of the basement. Once you have all the materials that you require, follow the simple steps given here.
Installing Amtico wood flooring can be undertaken by any reasonably competent DIYer with little in the way of equipment. If you are laying onto an existing wood floorboard, chipboard, or MDF sub-floor, it is always good practice to install a new plywood base first. This ensures long term wear, it will also prevent undulations showing through your new flooring.
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