Josephine Ross Flooring November 26th, 2018 - 04:55:24
The linoleum off the entryway and in the kitchen now what I'm going to do is I'm getting ready to put in vinyl flooring pretty? Well, it's pretty thick. It's just unique stuff! Really easy to work with because it bends so easy see. I've got it put in here. I want to start with this corner. I'm gonna slowly work my way over. Okay. In order for me to get in here, I had to take the dishwasher front off. So that it would say otherwise, this was sticking out of it. When you are putting this down before you start cutting it, you want to make sure you want to make sure that your lines are parallel. I want it parallel with the cabinets so just check.
In my lines, first before I start cutting because that's important, you don't want crooked lines and then to cut it against the launch, taking a utility knife here and I'm backing it up as close as I can and then I'ma cut from the underside matching it to The wall this first cut, I'm making, is just a rough cut, so I've got all the slack. That's actually going to be used for around the corner here because I'm going to try to get it all in one piece. So I'm just rough cutting right here. I can do that because I've got a thick wall as long as I cut it, I'm just being, unlike an inch off the wall, because I have some things to cut around okay.
So I have I have the floor. Rough cut it out, and now I'm going to go in and do all my precision cuts like, for example, we have to get around this pipe. You want to cut a boat, I mean as close to the wall as possible, but you don't want it touching them all, and then it creates a bubble, and that's not good. You will have trim to put down the floor, is pretty much in making sure that there are no bubbles and that it's free-floating there's nothing fitting or touching the wall. But now I'm on the stairs and as you can see, the piece is cut too big.
But what I'm doing is I'm going to cut it cut this edges off just right, so what I'm doing is matching right to the edge of the stairs and then taking my utility knife, pushing it down and cutting to where I need to go right here to Cutting through then I'm going to take a line and cut that off, and I did it on the side too. I'm going to put a piece of wood on the bottom, so I'm not through, and then I just cut along here. Okay, what I did now is, I took carpet tape and then I put strips carpet tape, so I'm using carpet tape to help hold it in place, so I have it all cut up, and now I'm just going to take vinyl flooring is a great option for Just about every interior living space in your home, the vinyl flooring we're installing today is traffic master Alaura and it features a grip strip.
Technology that is used adhere the planks to each other. There are a variety of color options with either a wood or tile appearance and it's available in planks or tiles, so you're bound to find a style to suit your home's decor once the planks our toes are in place. Roll the seam with a hand roller to strengthen the bond between grip strips applying the proper pressure is key to forming a solid bond. These seams will be rolled once again with a 75 to 100-pound floor roller. When the floor is complete.