A how to installation video for installing Wideplank Hardwood Flooring, using a method that is called Nail & Bead Glue. It is important that when installing wide plank hardwood flooring you need to understand the risks of incorrect installation and follow a correct installation method.
Floating Floor Installation
Edge Glue and Floating
The floating floor installation is the most popular. Edge gluing and floating the floor is less expensive, less messy and easier to replace a board. The floor will move slightly when walked on, especially if the floor is not perfectly level. Floating floors have more of a tendency to squeak than full glue down floors.
Full Glue Down Installation
Full Glue Down
A full glue down or double glue down take more time and have a more solid feel but replacing boards if needed is more difficult. Glue can be messy to work with so it must quickly be wiped up immediately.