How to Install Laminate Floors in Your Home – Do It Yourself

Lowe’s home improvement expert, Mike Kraft, demonstrates the installation of laminate wood flooring after proper subfloor preparation. To learn how to prepare your subfloor or to view more instructional views, visit
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7 thoughts on “How to Install Laminate Floors in Your Home – Do It Yourself”

  1. @MrXander76 You need to stagger the joints to distribute the load of someone walking on a joint. Also, it looks better. And no, you need to stagger the rows randomly throughout the job.

  2. Why “exactly” does he staggered the 1st plank on row 2? and Is this the only one that is cut by 12 inches throughout the entire project?

  3. Hi there. I live in an apartment. The landlord hired a flooring company to instal floors like the ones in this video. However, the contractor laid them directly over old broadloom carpet. As you can imagine, the wood slats have all slid apart, leaving holes of from 1/4 to 3/4 inches between most of the boards. I am looking for a cheap, respectable fix to fill the holes — as a tenant, not wanting to spend much. Any tips or another video will be appreciated.

  4. This is a great video but I found a couple of additional techniques helped. For spacer at the wall we found a 1/4 in plywood cut in 4″ x 24″ strips was more sturdy and helped keep the floor from moving. We had an uneven wall and using a lesser gap would have allowed shoe moulding I like better than 1/4 round. Also you need to snug up each piece as you go by tapping along the side and end to tighten them up and lock each piece together. The video shows them just snapping together – not…

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