Floating Floors vs Glued Down | What’s The Difference?
There are two types of hard floor installation applications that we have here at Parrys Flooring Solutions. One is a floating floor which clicks together, and then the other is when the boards are glued down.
The floating floors, traditionally laminate or the new one being hybrid, are made from a solid material. It has a joining system and clicks together that you can get a professional to do. If you are handy with the tools, you can do it yourself.
The other choice you have is a glued down floor. Now glued down floor comes in panels just like a floating floor but you can see the construction makes it a little bit different and it is more flexible in structure. When it comes to laying these, they have to be glued down to hug the floor. It is important that you make sure you prepare the floors very, very well before installation begins.
If you’re interested in either of these two hard flooring types, come down to one of the Parrys Flooring Solutions stores across five locations. Ask our experts and they’ll give you a hand on your choice.
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