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How to Put Down Laminate Flooring

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Learn how to install snap-together laminate flooring: includes step-by-step instructions along with tips, materials, and tools lists.

David and Kenny Wilson invited Ron to their home in Columbia, South Carolina to help them replace a difficult-to-clean, textured vinyl tile floor with a new flooring system that is made from a tough, durable plastic laminate that looks just like ceramic tile but is much stronger, warmer, softer to walk on and quieter than its tile look-alike. For information on the advantages of laminate flooring click here.

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