The Engineered Hardwood is known to add beauty, warmth, and value to the home or office. The engineered hardwood floor is made from layers of real wood that are compressed together strongly. Besides that, it is also able to handle changes in moisture and humidity than solid hardwood much better.
Steps To Glue-Down Engineered Hardwood On The Concrete Subfloor
The steps to Glue-Down Engineered Hardwood on the Concrete Subfloor are mentioned below:
- Step 1: First of all, create the expansion gaps by laying the spacers along the walls.
- Step 2: The next step is put a small amount of glue on the concrete, now with the help of the trowel scrape the glue.
- Step 3: With the help of the trowel spread the glue, while spreading the glue, make sure that its teeth touch the concrete floor. The best way to spread the glue is in small sections.
- Step 4: Now fix the straightest board according to the instruction in a row.
- Step 5: The next step is little bit tricky part in which second row's groove needs to fit on the first row’s tongue and carefully tap the board into the right place with the help of rubber mallet and block.
- Step 6: In order to add the strength to the floor, simply stagger the board at least 6 inches from one another. The first board needs to cut with the help of the miter saw and should have a blade designed for engineered wood flooring.
- Step 7: Wait the glue to dry for over night.
- Step 8: In order to subtract the expansion gap measure the distance between the wall and board. After finishing remove the spacers and install the transition piece.