How to Install Hardwood Flooring: Estimating & Subfloor Preparation

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How to Install Hardwood Flooring: Nail Down Solid Hardwood Installation

Learn how to install a Bruce or Armstrong hardwood floor using the nail down installation method. Watching this video about hardwood flooring installation will teach you all the steps to complete a nail down hardwood floor installation on your own.

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This Old House general contractor Tom Silva shows how to install a beautiful wood floor in just less than one day. (See below for a shopping list and tools.) Click here to SUBSCRIBE to the official This Old House YouTube channel: How to Strip a Hardwood Floor: How to Refinish Hardwood Floors: How to Lay a Floating Floor: Shopping List for How to Install Pre-Finished Engineered Flooring: - engineered flooring - underlayment - 3/8-inch staples - transition molding - shoe molding - 1 1/2-inch (4d) finishing nails Tools for How to Install Pre-Finished Engineered Flooring: - Japanese-style pull saw - staple gun - hammer and tapping bar - pry bar - miter saw - circular saw Follow This Old House: Facebook: Twitter: Pinterest: G+: Instagram: Tumblr:


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Installing click together flooring, or click lock hardwood flooring, is an easy way to get a wood-look floor without forking out the big bucks. The name says it all. The pre-finished planks just click together and no messy glue or nailing is needed. It's a simple job that'll transform your home, as well as add durability to your floor. Click together flooring looks great in most areas of the house – but importantly, cannot be used in any wet areas. This Easy As guide will show you how to install click together flooring yourself, and we’ll take you through the job step by step. We’ll begin by showing you how to remove your existing floor covering and prep it, making sure that it is flat and level, ready to lay down the click together flooring. We’ll cover proper installation, including removing any skirting and adjusting any architraves required. Next we’ll lay down the underlay, then show you how to lay down the boards and how to cut them to length. This guide will also show you a few other valuable DIY skills that you can apply to many other projects. Watch the video guide “How to install click together flooring” now, then come in-store to Mitre 10 for everything you need to get the job done. And make sure you check out the rest of the Mitre 10 Easy As guides at for more projects you can do yourself. Plus, join us on Facebook at we’ll keep you up to date with news, special deals, prizes, and handy advice.

Before installing your Bruce or Armstrong hardwood flooring be sure to properly estimate the amount of hardwood flooring you will need. You will also need to prepare the subfloor before installing your hardwood floor, so find out how!

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