Quick to install, warm and quiet underfoot - also with laminate flooring.
You don't need magic to install a floating laminate floor. All you need to do is observe a few basic rules and use the right tools. The procedure is very simple: The individual laminate floorboards are interlocked without being firmly connected to the subfloor or other structural elements. The glueless Top Connect installation system – probably the easiest in the world – helps you to achieve this.
The right subfloor
Preparation is everything: When you are installing a floating floor, the subfloor has to be completely even. This ensures that the installed floor will be firm and quiet when walked on, and will stay beautiful for a long time. The easiest way to even out irregularities of the subfloor is to use a self-levelling compound. Then place moisture protection sheeting on the subfloor, add an insulation underlay, and you're ready to start installing. Please read and follow the installation instructions.
Installing The detailed HARO instructions show you step by step how to install the floor. Cut the laminate boards to size, connect, finished! HARO Laminate Floor has been designed for glueless installation. Be careful to leave enough expansion space around perimeter. Otherwise, the laminate floor might buckle later. Small distance spacers between the floor and wall ensure the right distance to the wall. You can simply remove them as soon as you're done. All that's missing now is the matching skirtings for your new laminate floor – for that perfect finishing touch.
Quiet and warm underfoot – laminate flooring can offer that too With the right footfall sound insulation or by installing HARO Laminate Floor Silent CT, you can soundproof your laminate floor. And the combination with underfloor heating brings added warmth and comfort to your home.
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