lay tongue and groove flooring

In this video Jason shows us how to float a Tongue & Groove Engineered hardwood floor. He goes step by step through the process of 

Tips for tongue and groove flooring. I like to install them after all the windows and doors have been set, and the room has been trimmed and 

Here are the basics of how to get started laying floating tongue and groove flooring. (This is Part 1 of a 3 part series. To move ahead to Part 2, click here.) 

Basic Steps for the Installation of Tongue & Groove Flooring the correct Powernailer, and the correct cleat size for the type of flooring your are going to install.

For tongue-and-groove flooring, drive a nail at a 45-degree angle through the tongue, then conceal it by engaging the groove of the next board. Be sure to 

Most solid wood flooring comes with tongue-and-groove edges and can be either glued or secret nailed, but before you begin, remember you 

Prefinished tongue and groove flooring is just like unfinished flooring except is to establish a baseline parallel to the direction you are going to lay the floor.

This 3/4-in. thick solid plank flooring is milled with a tongue and groove. The ends of boards can also have a tongue and groove. This feature is called 

Wood flooring is one of the easiest types of floors to install. Minimum 5/8-inch CDX existing wood floor or tongue-and-groove solid wood subfloor is also 

Our guide on how to lay hardwood flooring like a professional. Nail/Staple – For engineered or solid tongue and groove flooring fitted over plywood.

All Wickes' laminate, solid and engineered wood flooring can be laid on any smooth sub-floor, timber or concrete. Do not apply it to the tongue and groove.

After you've installed the center beams, sill plates and floor joists it's now time to install the subfloor. Installing a subfloor involves laying tongue and groove 

Tongue and groove flooring solves the pesky problems—such as shrinking, tried-and-true installation tips if you're planning on laying your new floor yourself.

It is thick side up, but to use that for flooring it was not milled properly. It can be either offset (as here) or equal tongue, and is laid from the 

Boral 19mm tongue and groove solid strip flooring is designed to be nailed down. The beauty of Boral 19mm is that it can handle traffic as soon as it is laid,