Upon installing (or more accurately trying to install) a floor this
morning, pieces just wouldn't clip together. Occasionally, they did,
but this seemed to be whimsical. Tapping it together did no good
whatsoever. It was maddening!
Any thoughts as to what I'm doing wrong - and I *know* I'm doing
The wood was leaning up against a wall in their boxes for all of 24
hours, could this be it? By laying flat now solve the problem if this
Thanks in advance...
Got 15 boxes of it sitting on the floor right now. Haven't got to it yet
Not sure what's inside as far as instructions but did you see their
As you know now, it's supposed to be stored flat. Also it's suppose to
be stored in the environment it is to be installed in for 48hrs.
Instructions say to store flat only 3 high. They were loaded up pretty
high on those pallets at the store though!
Curious to know how you make out. Please follow up.
Hello: Instead of laying the "next" piece flat and attempting to push
it into the existing floor piece, try inclinig the piece at a slight
angle to make the initial connection. this can help to avoid
obstructions like variations in floor level. Using a recommended
underlyment paper also helps make a clean connection.
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