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Easy Measuring Guide
These measuring tips that I am going to show you are so simple, anyone can learn them. I will share with you the easiest measuring instructions available anywhere! Whether it’s a straight wall or it’s crooked, a closet or doorways, a nook or a cubby hole, around a corner and down the hall, you still will not need a tape measure to measure a single cut! Yes, it is that great of a method!
You will not find these instructions in the laminate box!
Get Help with the Starter Row and the Last Row
These two rows are the most difficult rows to install. They don’t have to be though, I will show you how to make this really simple. These two rows are can make or break your installation. If you don’t get the starter row installed correctly, it will cause problem after problem for the entire installation.
These methods that I use are by far my best methods I have ever shared!
This is going to be one of your best assets! If you have any questions about your laminate installation, if you get stuck or if you just want to ask me how my day is going, I’ll be there! Yes it will be me! Not a computer or someone to take your question and give it to me and sometime in the next three days you will get an answer. I will give you access to me so I can help you quickly!
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Here is what others are saying about my videos –
Joe, Excellent tip on how to secure the flooring. Wish I’d known or thought about doing it that way while I installed a couple of thousand square feet of flooring over the past few months. Look forward to more tips and tricks. DaveDave Walczak
Your instructional videos are great! You make the job easy to understand and demonstrate the right way to install laminate floors. Thanks for your good work!Joe Weatlu
I’m just beginning to install 1600 square feet of locking laminate. I have short, sculptured baseboard that i do not want to remove or replace. Luckily there is just enough space to slide it underneath. I couldn’t find anywhere online with a method to do so. Basically need to start the ends of each row, under the baseboard. I was going to trim the locks and glue together where needed to get it done. Then I find your video! Perfect, will be a great help. Especially using the small planer. Thank you very much!YNLEPOSURE