The most popular floor is prefinished hardwood flooring. Customers love to buy and maintain it. The factory’s finish makes it more attractive than unfinished hardwood. Because of the factory’s finish, the floor installer needs to know seven key tips when he sets this type of hardwood by nail down. (more…)
In some articles I have already talked about wood flooring types when I invited to take excursion into the forest, but this topic is so broad that I decided to add another post. The person who works on the floor installation needs to be familiar with the material in which he will install. In opening the secrets of each type of hardwood, you will discover the most efficient path to its successful installation. (more…)
Before you calculate and include the cost of installing hardwood floors in the overall expenses of your project, you need to know in advance who will do the job – the hardwood floor installation company, self employer floor installer or yourself. The difference in the cost of the project will be significant in any case. (more…)
The nail down technique is suitable not only for engineered hardwood flooring, but for any other type of material. The main thing that you have to have is a wooden subfloor base wholly or partly installed, as to put nails in the solid concrete will be problematic.
Actually you can install an engineered hardwood floor with glue, but this article focuses on the technique of installing it by the nail down method. (more…)