Laminate Flooring. Monday , July 23rd , 2018 - 15:54:14 PM
One element of the home that everyone wants to look good is the flooring. The floor is a very important aspect of the home, since it adds to the rest of the decor, and also has to be functional and comfortable. A lot of people like to have hardwood floors in their homes, since these are aesthetically pleasing as well as durable and natural. Unfortunately, these floors are quite expensive and can often be too much for most people. This is why laminate flooring is a great alternative.
The first step to fitting your laminate flooring is to achieve a 'master row'. A master row is the first line of laminate boards stretching across the widest edge of your room. By ensuring the master row provides a straight line, you can safely begin adding the rest of boards to this row. To create a master row, you lay out a line of laminate boards along one edge of your space, and then using spacers, you pad out the side of the boards touching the wall to create a nice even, straight line on the edge of the boards furthest away from the wall. Just one last thing to consider before you get going - make sure you take any inward opening doors off the hinge, or make sure there is enough clearance under the door that it will still open after you have laid the flooring - the last thing you want is to trap yourself in the room whilst you're laying the laminate!
Different Materials Call For Different Blades You see, laminate flooring will destroy a wood cutting blade with alternating top bevel (ATB) teeth in no time at all. The sharp points on this type of blade can't handle anything that hard - they dull quickly and those tips are what the blade uses to cut cleanly through wood.
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