Laminate Flooring. Monday , July 23rd , 2018 - 15:56:59 PM
Lack Of Expansion Space Causes Peaking Everything around us expands and shrinks, and your laminate flooring is no exception. For this reason, laminated floors should always have the appropriate amount of space at their edges, before the molding. If there is no space, the planks will instead push up against one another. Once there is enough pressure, the planks will begin to rise. Although often minor at first, if this is ignored for a long enough time, a floor can develop a hump or hill.
Glued Laminates Initially, all laminate floors required the use of glue to stabilize the tongue and groove connection. Eventually some laminates arrived pre-glued, needing the application of a bit of moisture to hold the joints together. Glue laminates are quickly becoming a thing of the past as they require more work on the part of the installer, and more and more homeowners are doing their own installations.
Hypoallergenic Laminate flooring is a great choice to help those that are likely to suffer from allergies. Since the flooring locks together, there is no place for dirt or dust to build up. Also, when the underlayment is used in the installation process, this can further help to protect the flooring and stop the development of mold.
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