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DOs and DON’Ts Installation Guide: Kitchen Floor Laminate, Vinyl, and Wooden Tips

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Whether you want to try to install laminate, vinyl, or wooden kitchen floor, you will still need a guide to do that.

Therefore, these installation tips on things you should do and things you shouldn’t do will help you to get it done.

Now, just keep on reading until the end of the paragraph. Here you go!

Read also: Knowing kitchen flooring tile material types and its characteristic.

DOs AND DON'Ts KITCHEN FLOOR INSTALLATION
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DOs

First, let’s begin with the things you should do to install your flooring. Here is what you need to know:

  1. Research for the Types of Your Flooring

The first thing you should do is researching on the types of your flooring, whether you are going to install laminate, vinyl, or wooden floor.

The reason is because you need to know the best floor material that has durability to withstand all the foot traffic you expect.



  1. Inspect Every Plank for Any Damage

After you buy the floor material, make sure to inspect every plank for any damage before starting the installation. This is required to be done to prevent any unnecessarily things to do during the installation.

  1. Hire a Professional to Install the Flooring

If you are an inexperienced installer, then it is best to hire a professional to help you with the floor installation. However, you will need to prepare some extra money to pay them up.

  1. Study the Maintenance and Warranty Details of Your Flooring

The last thing you are supposed to do is to study the maintenance and warranty details of your flooring. Keep in mind that some chemicals and inappropriate installation technique will cause some damages to your flooring. So, be careful!

Read also: How to clean laminate flooring?

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DON’Ts

Here are the things you are not supposed to do before, during and after the installation:

  1. Walk on Your Flooring after Installation

You are highly not allowed to walk on your flooring after installation. Instead, let it stand for at least 48 hours, so that the glue down planks is securely set. This means you can avoid any damages on the brand new installed floor as well.




  1. Hammer Planks

Do not hammer a plank to get it as close as possible to the surrounding planks. You can use a hammer and pull bar to do that instead of hammering in planks. The reason is you will harm the flooring.

  1. Install the Flooring in Rooms with Excess Moisture

The last thing you should not do is to install the flooring in rooms with excessive moisture. This applies to laminate, vinyl, or wooden floors.

Laminate and wooden floors are obviously made of wood, thus it can’t withstand any excess moisture. Vinyl floor is made of plastic, but mildew will grow and it will be hard to clean if you install vinyl floor in a room with excess moisture.

Read also: How to clean kitchen tile floor grout?

In conclusion, there are things you should take in considerations before, during, and after the flooring installation. Those things include the things you should do and those you shouldn’t.

Therefore, installing kitchen floor with laminate, vinyl, and wooden flooring should be taken carefully to guarantee its best result.



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