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How to install:
Vinyl tiles have always easy to install.but today's no-glue vinyl tile system are even easier.the tiles lock together at the edges to form the surface of the floor,with nothing attaching them to the subfloor, so you can lay them over any solid,flat aurface. Vinyl lock tiles,are formed to look like wood,with a patented locking system.
1.Remove the floor trim fromt he perimeter of the floor with your hammer and prybar. Don't break it. Set it aside.
2. Lay the first row of this vinyl tiles alongside your starting wall, locking them together at the ends. Put shims between the tiles and the wall, to create a space that will allow for floor expansion. Lay all the full tiles that will fit.
3. Measure the space at the end of the first row of tiles. Use your utility knife to cut a tile to size, running the knife alongside a straight-edge to score it, and then snapping the tile. Lay it with the cut side facing the wall.
4. Lay the next courses of tiles alongside the first building out in courses. Start each course at the opposite end of the room as the previous course, so the ends of the tiles don't line up between courses. Lock the tiles together by their long edges,pushing them in at a downward angle, locking then, then dropping then into space. Cut the ends as necessary.
5. Cover the whole floor. Cut the final course of tiles length-wise, so they fit against the wall with a small gap there(about 1/4 inch).
6. Nail the floor trim back in place, using your hammer and finish nails, to seal off the spaces by the walls. Nail toe trim into the walls and not through the flooring.
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