Installing laminate flooring is a relatively straightforward job, and one that you can easily do yourself. Let’s look at the various steps that you’ll need to perform, and consider some of the pitfalls we might encounter during the procedure.
Choose a room
There are many different sorts of room which might benefit from laminate flooring. In a living room, you might find that a laminate floor contributes significantly to the aesthetic. They’re also found in hallways, bathrooms, and kitchens, however – though you’ll need to be wary of moisture when installing into the latter two.
Measure your room
Next, you’ll need to calculate the amount of floor space you need to cover. To do this, multiply the length and width of the room in metres to produce its area in square metres. If the room is irregularly shaped, or comes with a central ‘island’ of cabinets, this might prove trickier; …