Before You Begin To Lay Your Wood Flooring - Preparation Tips And Advice
The time has come to buy and lay new wooden flooring in your home and you are ready to begin and start to transform your room. Like most DIY jobs, it is vital that you spend some time and make sure that you get the preparation spot on, because if you try to cut corners then your final result might not look the best it could do
Below, we take a look at our top tips when it comes to preparing a floor ready to lay your new wooden flooring solution.
Make Sure The Area Is Dry - When you lay wooden flooring, you must make sure both the floor and the area surroundings are totally dry, because if you lay your flooring and there is moisture or dampness, this will cause issues with the final results, because the floor will not take correctly and can cause it to "disjoint" or pull apart after a few months.
All Surroundings Installed And Working - If you are installing radiators, heaters and especially under floor heating, make sure you install all of this and test it first, because you can imagine laying your floor down and then having to pull it all up due to a fault with your heating system or the way it has been installed. Double check everything before you begin to put your floor in, because the time you spend checking now will save you much heartbreak in the future.