Hardwood Floors, Floating Installation

If you're looking for a quick, nail-free floor installation, a floating floor is your best option.

Unlike traditional solid hardwood installation, a floating floor isn't nailed down to the subfloor. Instead, the planks are either glued or snapped together and sit atop the subfloor without being directly adhered to it. We Inspect ALL materials carefully BEFORE installation. Warranties DO NOT cover materials that are installed with visible defects.We determine if the job site sub-floor and job site conditions are environmentally and structurally acceptable for wood floor installation. Manufacture Flooring declines any responsibility for wood floor failure resulting from or connected with sub-floor, subsurface, job site damage or deficiencies after hardwood flooring has been installed. In addition to the normal staple or glue installation, the engineered products can also be used with the floating installation method in residential settings.Fo instructions on sub-floor conditions, such as flatness and moisture. Underlay for floating shall be closed cell foam, with a maximum 1/8th thick with moisture barrier.Tongue and groove should be glued together using a tite bond typ white water proof glue or equal. Expansion space should be ½” at all walls plus any vertical obstructions.

Do not install cabinets or walls on top of a floating floor Radiant heat systems use Oak Species only.