Flooring 101: Installation
Find out what installation type is right for you based on your skill level and the flooring types you are considering. Some floors are easy to install, while others require a professional touch. Determine your DIY skill level, view installation tips, and decide the best flooring installation option for you.
This video will help you to decide which flooring installation method is right for you. Whether you are planning to install your new floor yourself or hire professionals Armstrong can help. If you decide you want to complete your own flooring installation, be sure to visit our DIY Flooring Installation center to learn about the skills and tools needed to complete any type of flooring installation. If you are going to be hiring professional flooring installers, visit a nearby flooring store to find trusted Armstrong installers near you.
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A hardwood floor installation takes time, precision and know-how to get it right. A factory-finished hardwood floor staple down can be installed in 1-2
days. A site finished floor will require 4-6 days, on average.
Installing Hardwood Floors
If you’re considering installing laminate flooring in your home, our Lock&Fold® laminate is one of the fastest installations, and it can be installed on every level of your
Installing Laminate Floors
Vinyl sheet floors can be installed three different ways: modified loose lay, glue-down with releasable adhesive or glue-down
with permanent adhesive. Consider hiring a professional installer for your vinyl sheet installation.
Installing Vinyl Sheet Floors
Alterna vinyl tiles are available in large 16” x 16” tiles for ease of installation. Alterna can also be grouted immediately
after installation, so there’s no need to wait.
Installing Alterna Floors
Luxe Plank is easy to install – just peel the release paper from the back of the plank and press it into place. You can also
easily reposition the planks if you want to move them.
Installing Luxe Plank Floors