Armstrong Laminate Flooring


Armstrong Laminate Flooring

All Armstrong laminate floors are guaranteed for the life of their warranty not to wear through, stain or fade and will resist water damage from normal household spills and cleaning. Locking laminate floors are also guaranteed for the life of their warranty not to unlock.

Where can laminate flooring be installed?

One of the nice things about Armstrong Laminate Flooring is that you can install it over virtually any existing floor – wood, and wood underlayment, concrete, ceramic and resilient tile, vinyl sheet flooring, even carpet, if it’s fully adhered to a wood subfloor, and no more than 1/4" thick. That means you don’t have to pull up old floors and deal with the mess or the hassle of repairing most subfloor damage. Just make sure your subfloor is structurally sound, dry, clean and flat.

I’m a DIY’er. Can I install laminate flooring myself?

Yes. Installation instructions are printed on the back of every carton of laminate flooring. You can also click here for installation instructions. We also recommend you bring home the Armstrong DIY Laminate Floor Installation Kit. This kit contains some special tools and accessories you’ll find very useful in installing your floor.

What is Armstrong SwiftLock™ Laminate Flooring?

SwiftLock is an exciting new laminate floor from Armstrong that installs up to 50% faster than traditional "glued" installations. The unique tongue-and-groove profile enables pieces to "lock" together. The locking installation requires no waiting time before moving appliances or furniture back on the floor. And furthermore, there’s no messy glue residue or fumes.

How do I determine the direction in which to install my lamiante flooring?

To decide where to begin the layout of your laminate floor, consider incoming light. It is usually best to install Armstrong Laminate Flooring with the planks running parallel to light coming in windows or glass doors. For any installation, the starting wall should be long, and as straight as possible.

How should I clean and maintain my laminate floor?

Use Armstrong Laminate Floor Cleaner , a specially formulated no-rinse cleaner that allows you to just squirt and mop.

Can laminate flooring be installed on stairs?

Yes. You’ll need to fully adhere the flooring to the stairs without using Foam Underlayment and follow the special installation instructions for stair installations.

How do I know which moulding pieces I need to use, and where?

Armstrong provides a line of Coordinated Transition pieces that have been styled to coordinate with each of the flooring designs. Quarter Round mouldings are for the perimeter of the room at the walls End mouldings for use around sliding glass doors or toe kicks T-mouldings for use in doorways or entryways, or when your room is longer than 40 ft. or wider than 26 ft. Stairnose mouldings for stairways and Reducer Strips to make the transition from your Armstrong Laminate Flooring to another type of flooring, such as vinyl or carpet.

If I damage my floor, can it be repaired?

While Armstrong Laminate Flooring is durable, no floor is indestructible. But you can easily make minor nicks or scratches disappear with a Laminate Floor Touch-Up Kit. For major repairs, we suggest you contract a professional.

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