Floating Floor

A floor that is neither glued down or nailed down. Ideal over concrete or below grade installations. In this method, the individual boards attach to each other either by means of gluing (tongue and groove only) or clicking together but do not attach to the sub-floor or concrete, rather they are laid over a pad which allows the floor to move and expand to changes in humidity.

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