Thinset on the floor for a floor installation using engineered wood.
Using a V-notched trowel, spread adhesive over a section of the floor.
Check the drying time for your particular brand of adhesive. Don’t spread more adhesive than you can safely cover before it dries.
Installing engineered wood in this floor home improvement project.
Start installing pieces on a long, straight wall.
Closeup of man tapping engineered wood into place in this floor home improvement project.
Use a hammer and tapping block to make sure pieces fit tightly together and there are no gaps. Repeat Steps 1-3 across the floor.
Lady uses a roller to flatten the floor in this home improvement project.
Go over the floor with a 100-lb roller to ensure the pieces are fully adhered and to minimize warping.
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