User manual Armstrong Tools Flooring

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LAMINATE INSTALLATION/MAINTENANCE TIP SHEET  
Product: Laminate  
Use: Commercial  
INSTALLATION  
TYPES OF SUBFLOORS  
INSTALLATION  
Concrete  
Wood Flooring  
Ceramic and Resilient Tile  
Vinyl Sheet  
Wood Subfloors  
Underlayment Boards  
Angle/Angle  
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Roll out Armstrong Underlayment. Begin at starting wall and work out.  
Lay first row of planks with tongue side facing the wall. Angle the short end to lock planks  
together. If the starting wall is crooked, trace the contour of the wall. Use spacers along all  
sides that butt up against walls to maintain 1/4˝ 1/2˝ (6.35 – 12.7 mm) expansion zone.  
Install remaining rows and stagger end joints at least 8˝ apart. (1) Install long end of first  
plank in second row at an angle. Keep plank angled slightly off subfloor. Use a scrap piece  
of laminate to support the row. (2) Angle end joint of second plank into the first plank and  
overlap the groove of planks in first row. (3) Angle up and push forward until the planks lock  
together. (4) After all planks in each row are installed, press planks flat to underlayment to  
lock into place.  
Finish with trim or moulding. Remove spacers. Predrill trim or moulding prior to nailing.  
Do not fasten directly to the floor to allow for expansion.  
T-mouldings must be used between rooms or in areas where the room is larger than  
8
0´ (24.38 m) across plank length or wider than 52´ (15.85 m) across plank width.  
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Lock&Fold  
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Roll out Armstrong Underlayment. Begin at starting wall and work out.  
Lay first row of planks with tongue side facing the wall. If plank contains plastic insert in  
groove of short side, push together until planks snap into place. If the starting wall is  
crooked, trace the contour of the wall. Use spacers along all sides that butt up against walls  
to maintain 1/4˝ 1/2˝ (6.35 – 12.7 mm) expansion zone.  
Install remaining rows and stagger end joints at least 8˝ apart. (1) Install long end of each  
plank at a downward angle to planks in previous row. Short end should overlap groove of  
plank in same row. (2) Press down flat to underlayment to lock into place. If plank contains  
plastic insert, press down until planks snap together.  
Finish with trim or moulding. Remove spacers. Predrill trim or moulding prior to nailing.  
Do not fasten directly to the floor to allow for expansion.  
T-mouldings must be used between rooms or in areas where the room is larger than  
8
0´ (24.38 m) across plank length or wider than 52´ (15.85 m) across plank width.  

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