How to install Pergo Wood Flooring
Pergo is a brand of health conscious laminate that’s easy to construct and durable to use. The Pergo installation procedure makes a breeze of weekend projects for do-it-yourselfers. Though not recommended to be used in mobile homes or on boats and planes, Pergo flooring can be installed in your home in any room, over wood or concrete sub-floors.
- Pergo Flooring uses a patented locking tongue and groove system to make installation simple. Learn how you can install laminate flooring yourself over wood, concrete, and most vinyl and ceramic tile.
- In addition to safety equipment, find out the common tools you will need to install Pergo flooring.
- Before installation, check around and under your house for potential drainage and moisture issues. Once you’ve done that, use a moisture meter to ensure the moisture level in your subfloor is under 14%.
- Installing your Pergo flooring planks is easier than you think. At a 45 degree angle just slide the tongue down into the groove.
- Installing your Pergo flooring planks is easier than you think. At a 45 degree angle just slide the tongue down into the groove and fold it down.
Select here to download Pergo’s product specific installation instructions.
Select here to download Pergo’s Wood and Laminate Flooring Project Planner.
HOW MUCH FLOORING DO I NEED? Multiply the length by the width of your room(s) to determine the estimated square footage.
Add a 10% waste factor to your total square footage to account for cutting, installation errors and variation in floor design. Divide the total required square footage by the number of square feet covered per carton of the floor you are installing.
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