Installing new flooring can be an easy way to add a fresh look to any room. Engineered wood, laminate and vinyl sheet flooring are affordable options, and simple installation can make for an easy weekend DIY flooring project. Here is a guide on what you will need in order to complete a home flooring project and how to prep for it before you start.

Installing new flooring can be an easy way to add a fresh look to any room. Engineered wood, laminate and vinyl sheet flooring are affordable options, and simple installation can make for an easy weekend DIY flooring project. Here is a guide on what you will need in order to complete a home flooring project and how to prep for it before you start.

10 Great Tips for a DIY Laminate Floor Installation at thehappyhousie.com

10 Great Tips for a DIY Laminate Flooring Installation

Solid vs. Engineered Wood Flooring (Infographic). Our infographic outlines the differences between solid and engineered hardwood flooring installations, and the characteristics and benefits of each.

Solid vs. Engineered Wood Flooring (Infographic). Our infographic outlines the differences between solid and engineered hardwood flooring installations, and the characteristics and benefits of each.

Antique French oak, pulled from actual wood flooring installed in French homes and farmhouses. From large country house boards to refined Parisian small planks, each piece is carefully selected to be stunning in your home.

Antique French oak, pulled from actual wood flooring installed in French homes and farmhouses. From large country house boards to refined Parisian small planks, each piece is carefully selected to be stunning in your home.

Antique French oak, pulled from actual wood flooring installed in French homes and farmhouses. From large country house boards to refined Parisian small planks, each piece is carefully selected to be stunning in your home.

Antique French oak, pulled from actual wood flooring installed in French homes and farmhouses. From large country house boards to refined Parisian small planks, each piece is carefully selected to be stunning in your home.

Racking rule of thumb: Avoid H patterns. Stagger end joints of boards row to row a minimum of 6" for strip flooring, 8"-10" for 3" to 5" plank, and for plank wider than 5 inch, stagger as much as possible with minimal or no H joints. See Figures 8-1 and 8-2.

Racking rule of thumb: Avoid H patterns. Stagger end joints of boards row to row a minimum of 6" for strip flooring, 8"-10" for 3" to 5" plank, and for plank wider than 5 inch, stagger as much as possible with minimal or no H joints. See Figures 8-1 and 8-2.

Want a high-end look on an inexpensive, prefinished engineered flooring budget? Those two-foot boards are perfect for a herringbone installation. We show you  how here. | Illustration: Gregory Nemec | thisoldhouse.com

How to Install a Herringbone Floor

Want a high-end look on an inexpensive, prefinished engineered flooring budget? Those two-foot boards are perfect for a herringbone installation. We show you how here. | Illustration: Gregory Nemec | thisoldhouse.com

Timberzone - A Wood Floor installation Company in London

Timberzone - A Wood Floor installation Company in London

Cheap way to do wood floors!!!! I love the exposed screws!! Love this idea!!!

Make your own flooring with 1x6 pine

How to install hardwood floors. How to lay wood floors. How to staple down wood floors. How to nail down wood floors. Wood Floor installation tips. A 200K Pl...

How to install hardwood floors. How to lay wood floors. How to staple down wood floors. How to nail down wood floors. Wood Floor installation tips. A 200K Pl...

wood floor borders | Hardwood Flooring, Floor Installation, Floor Covering. Gainesville, FL

wood floor borders | Hardwood Flooring, Floor Installation, Floor Covering. Gainesville, FL

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