Monthly Archives: April 2016

  1. How to Fit Solid Wood Flooring with Tongue Tite Screws

    The use of Tongue Tite Screws will work in exactly the same way as using a Porter Nailer.

    Once you have laid your first row of the flooring, place the first board of the second row in and tap with a hammer until it has fitted nice and tightly. Take your cordless screwdriver and insert the Tongue Tite Screw and insert into the tongue of the wood at a diagonal directly through into the sub-floor. Repeat this process until you reach the end of the room.

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  2. Fitting Solid Wood Flooring Around the Edge of a Room

    In this video tutorial, we show you how to fit solid wood flooring around the edge of a room.

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  3. How to Fit a Matt Well

    Natural Coir matting in any front door area is a perfect way to reduce the wear of your wood or laminate flooring. Its rough texture will clean any footwear on entering your property. It will also create a lovely feature. In this video tutorial out top floor fitter will show you how to fit a matt well.

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  4. How to Fit Multi-Ply on Underlay

    The fitting of multi-ply on underlay is the same as fitting any laminate floor. Once a suitable underlay is rolled/placed on the sub-floor the multi-ply engineered flooring can be laid as a floating floor on top.

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  5. How to Fit Solid Oak on Stairs with a Router Nosing

    In this video tutorial, we show you how to fit solid oak flooring on a staircase using a router for nosing.

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