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Steve Watson: If you ever wanted to ask some cork floor and just like this to any room in your house, you’ve come to the right place and I will tell how it’s done. First you need some tools you need the chop saw, a nail gun, air compressor, a speed square, a hammer, some gloves, a tape measure, pair of fliers, a pencil an of course our flooring. Know exactly how much material you are going to need then order one bucks and more, you never know to screw something up unless you’ve got the extra material. The steps are really simple you can do it yourself. First rip up your carpet, it’s easier to rip your carpet up to the sections so rip up the corner, take you mat knife and cut it out in one sheet and roll that up and get that out of here. Once you got all the carpet out and you want to remove the padding, after you remove the padding chances are you are going to remove the couple staple, you got all the staples up and flip them up then remove your tucks clip. Now if you remove your tucks clip you want to clean the entire room then lay down your under lament. After you lay down all you’re under lament pick a wall to start your pattern. I recommend you pick them most prominent wall in the room because at the first way you are going to see whether the room is out of square at all and your pattern will kind of disappear because a little bit out of square. Run one raw using the click and locking method, click some locks together very simple, if you place one row and you go back starting at up, we started the first time and we do it in other row. After you filled up the room go in and cutting any insert piece you need to add then you check for seems that you might need to go tighten up, after tight all those up then you want to add your shoe molding, your shoe molding will cover any gaps that you might have along the wall after you added all the your shoe molding clean the room up and bring your furniture back in and enjoy your new hardwood floor. If you would like more information on installing your own court flooring click on the go list and will send you step by step instructions and a list of materials straight to your cell phone.
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