Get ready to learn how to prepare your room for a hardwood flooring installation. Our experts will demonstrate how to remove carpeting and prepare the subfloor for a new hardwood floor. Steps include checking for moisture, removing trim, and leveling the floor.
A floating floor installation is a fast and easy DIY project. There’s no glue, staples, or nails. Boards attach to each other through a tongue-and-groove design. See how to do it yourself in this video.
In this video, you’ll learn the five steps to completing a glue-down installation for an engineered hardwood floor. This method requires careful measuring since it’s difficult to remove boards after they’ve been installed with adhesive.
Learn how to install a solid hardwood floor using the nail-down installation method. This video covers all the tools you’ll need and the installation steps to create a beautiful hardwood floor yourself.
To complete your hardwood flooring installation, watch this final video in our series. You’ll learn how to install trims and moldings, take care of a few touch-ups, and cleaning tips to keep your floor looking beautiful for many years to come.