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Like all material, laminate is probably going to expand and contract according to its environment. So like the previous commentor, you'll need to get your items acclimatised to its final installation place. What about looking at a heater or treating the laminate so that it keeps better in storage? At least figure out what to do before collecting the material ...


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I don't see gluing the joint being a problem as long as there is nothing trying to push the joint apart, other than a small deflection of the floor while stepping on it. The subfloor itself is supposed to be pretty flat, say no more than a 1/16" dip in the floor with a 4' straightedge. That was the requirements with my floor. Yours may be different. It ...


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Manufacturers require expansion around the entire perimeter of your floating floor. Depends on whether or not you want to maintain your warranty. If you don't care, fly at er. You may or may not end up with issues. Depending on the height of the tile, I like to use an Edge Mold which butts up to the tile instead of overlapping it. It still overlaps the ...



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