Many people do not have an idea how to install Pergo flooring and most of them tend to hire an expert to help them deal with the problems. However, hiring an expert costs you a lot of money and it is not such a good idea given the fact that this very economy is a perfect moment for people to watch what they spend anyway. It is possible for you to cut down the cost by learning how to install Pergo flooring and do the job by yourself. With proper tools and a bit more time to learn, things are going to be easier than you thought and you will be able to bring something different to the house based on your version.
Removing the carpets plus padding, not to mention remnants too should be part of the preparation of the floor. Do not forget to level the subfloor as well while cleaning any debris away from the floor as you secure the loose floorboards at the same time. Once floor is ready, you could start things off by doing the laminate floor underlayment installation, so they are touching each other although you have to make sure there is no overlapping happened. Then, check the panel within the floor for the defects too.
The left corner is the best spot to begin with. In order to provide more place for the expansion when there is a change of temperature, you have to provide a gap around all the edges of the room for a consistent 1/4 inch (0.635 cm). Next, stagger the length of the planks in the second and following rows before building on the next row so you will be able to gain the best result in the end. It is quite easy for most of you install the Pergo flooring, right?
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