How to Install Floor Premium Hardwood | Major Construction, Flooring

Learn how to install a floor premium hardwood like a pro with these simple steps. This project is perfect for anyone looking for a little DIY action!


2/8/20232 min read

Blog Introduction: Installing a floor premium hardwood is a great way to update the look of a room and make it more modern. Not only does it look great, but it’s also durable and long-lasting, making it the perfect choice for rooms with high traffic. In this article, we’ll walk you through the steps of installing a floor premium hardwood so that you can do it yourself.

What You Need:
Before you get started on your project, you need to make sure that you have all of the necessary materials. To install floor premium hardwood, you will need a saw, hammer or nailset, drill bit, drill or screwdriver, tape measure, wood adhesive glue or construction adhesive caulk, and wood screws (if needed). Once you have all of these items on hand, you are ready to begin.

Step 1: Preparing the Subfloor
The first step in installing a floor premium hardwood is to prepare the subfloor. This means that if there is an existing flooring material such as linoleum or carpeting installed over your subfloor, these must be removed first before starting your project. Once this has been completed then check that your subfloor is level and free from any debris or damage before moving forward with installation.

Step 2: Laying Your Hardwood Flooring
Once your subfloor is prepped and ready to go then it’s time to start laying down your hardwood flooring. Begin by measuring out the area where you would like to install your new hardwood floors and use a saw to cut pieces of wood for each section. You should also use a drill bit and either a drill or screwdriver to pre-drill holes for nails/screws that will attach each piece of wood together. Then use either wood adhesive glue or construction adhesive caulk (depending on the type of subfloor) along each edge before attaching each piece together using nails/screws as needed. Repeat this process until all pieces are laid down in their desired pattern then allow them time to dry completely before moving on to the next step.

Step 3: Finishing Touches
The last step in installing a floor premium hardwood is adding any finishing touches such as baseboards or trimming along edges for extra protection against wear and tear over time. You can also add protective sealants or coatings after installation is complete if desired; this will help ensure that your new flooring stays looking its best for years to come!

By following these steps carefully when installing a floor premium hardwood, you can update the look of any room in no time! Not only does this project provide an elegant upgrade but since our floors are designed for durability they will last for many years ahead—giving you peace of mind every time someone walks across them! With just some basic tools and supplies handymen and construction workers alike can take on this task without any hassle at all!