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  1. 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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  2. 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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  3. 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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  4. How to Infill the Last Row of Flooring

    To infill the last row of flooring can present quite a challenge. Here are a few tips to help you on your way.

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  5. How to Make a Reverse Tongue

    This is not always needed and could be considered a specialist skill but fitting a reverse tongue is always handy to know. To start, you will need a sheet of MDF that is approximately the same thickness as the groove on the edge of the flooring. Slot this piece of MDF into the groove of the wood and mark the overlap with a pencil.

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