How To Install Vinyl Plank Flooring

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Shannon from http://www.house-improvements.com shows you how to install vinyl plank flooring (also called LVP or luxury vinyl plank).

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20 Replies to “How To Install Vinyl Plank Flooring”

  1. You would not have had to use the transition if you started at the door way with the new tile going into the room if the existing floor was straight. although I do like the job you did.

  2. Great video! I do have a couple of questions. I'm putting this into a condo dining room so I'm going to have transition into the kitchen and the family room. Will I use the track on both sides? The family room will be getting carpeted. Also right now it's just a smooth concrete floor. Do I have to put in sub-flooring if the surface is smooth? My concern there is how thick it will be on the transition into the family room. Any advice or suggestions would be greatly appreciated.

  3. EXCELLENT DIY…YOU MADE THIS AN EASY TO FOLLOW VIDEO. I CAN'T WAIT TO DO THE BEDROOMS UPSTAIRS. THANK YOU FOR TAKING THE TIME TO DO THIS AND SHOWING SUCH A SOLID PIECE OF WORK AND TEACHING.

  4. I came hunting for your video. Didn't realize I hadn't subscribed yet. I've been coming back and looking for your videos for just about every project!

  5. We're doing this now in our home and your detailed direction is very helpful! Most videos are too quick and skim over helpful tips! Thanks, Shannon!

  6. I am removing my old carpet. The bottom floor is of-course a concrete. Do we go about it the same way about installing the vinyl?

  7. Excellent video!!!
    Question about installing on concrete basement floor. Would the additional sub floor be required or could it go in with just a barrier of some sort. FYI, so far the basement has been dry.

  8. It takes two minutes and seventeen seconds to read the manufacturers instructions for installation. Why is this a forty five minute video?

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