Install a floating floor (wood or cork)
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- Completion Time : 1 day
Laminate, engineered wood or cork floors, otherwise known as "floating" floors, are easy to install and can be laid over most types of subfloor, with the exception of carpet. Always read the manufacturer's installation recommendations before beginning work, as details may vary from one flooring system to another.
This guide provides step-by-step instructions on how to successfully install a wood or cork floating floor – a relatively straightforward project, provided that the subfloor is properly prepared.