DIY Secrets Plr Ebook

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Secrets to Installing Laminate Flooring    3
So you want to do a Textured Ceiling!    3
Copper Bathroom Sinks Add an Easy Elegant Touch    5
Do It Yourself Home Sprinkler System    5
Easy Installation of Vinyl Replacement Windows    6
Installing a Drop Ceiling    7
Hang an Oval Bathroom Mirror    8
Making Your Own Kitchen Cabinets    9
Making a Faux Metal Ceiling    11
Painting a Bathroom    11
Building a Home Swimming Pool    13
Decorating Those Small Box Rooms    13
DIY Projects To Increase The Value of Your Home    14
DIY  Remodeling on a Budget    15
Caring For Your Wooden Floor    16
Things to Consider    17
Using  tiles to brighten your home    18
Home Renovation Survival    18

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Secrets to Installing Laminate Flooring

If you’re going to install a laminate floor – and you’re not an expert – there are a couple of things you need to, and several of them are not all that obvious. First off, it is not the sort of task to take on yourself – get at least one or two people to help you. Most rooms are a good size, and even a small room is going to require two to three planks in a row. Well, all of the joints have to be supported while you lock the new row into the old (previous) one. There is no way to do that by yourself!

Next, depending on the quality of the laminate, the tongue and grooves on each board might be nothing more than fibreboard, which is nothing more than pressed cardboard. You can avoid this by buying good quality laminate. Ask the clerk at the store you shop at as to what the laminates they have available are made from. These days, you can get them made of bamboo, which is a very durable material, yet not at all expensive. Now, if you do end up with the inexpensive laminate – that is, the ones with the fibreboard tongue and groove – know this: you can only reposition each board about five to six times before the tongue and groove start to give out. This may seem like a lot of chances to get the boards in the right position, but – for the inexperienced installer (amateur) – you can burn through those options quicker than you know. If you have a situation where a board just isn’t connecting with the others – toss it aside (for later use, to be explained below). It’s better to try again with a fresh board than end up with a floor that looks shoddy.

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