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Installation of Laminate Flooring in the Bathroom

Dave shows how to install TORLYS laminate floors in the bathroom with the proper underlay and techniques. For more information, visit us at: www.torlys.com
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By |2012-06-14T22:19:30+00:00May 17th, 2012|Blog, Comments|9 Comments

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  1. flyingcat2054 May 17, 2012 at 1:17 am - Reply

    What did you do around the bathtub? expansion gap? add caulk there? for installing a floating vinyl plank floor in the bath, is the expansion gap needed? Caulk edging is still needed as water is a given with the bathtub/shower.

  2. NobodyToldMeShiit May 17, 2012 at 1:52 am - Reply

    Sorry Mr. Instaler , but this
    Shits nasty , just fucking nasty

  3. TheFloorfitter May 17, 2012 at 2:43 am - Reply

    QUICK-STEP® LAGUNE UR 1205 GREY TEAK SHIPDECK LAMINATE FLOORING DUBLIN,BATHROOM LAMINATE FLOORING

  4. debrunskys May 17, 2012 at 3:32 am - Reply

    What happens when you get piss on the hardwood or have wet feet when you get out of the shower ? huh

  5. TORLYSinc May 17, 2012 at 3:37 am - Reply

    When reading the maintaince instructions the consumer will see that wet cleaning is not allowed nor is steam cleaning. The term laminated wood would describe a multi layered wood floor or plywood which is “laminated”. Both of which would not be recommended for a bathroom installation.

    Hope this explains why our floors are suitable for a two-piece bathroom install.

  6. TORLYSinc May 17, 2012 at 3:47 am - Reply

    Hi floorlay,

    The difference between different laminates is the ability of the floor to resist swelling. TORLYS laminate installed in a two piece bathroom will perform very well as the HDF core board is the highest quality swell resistant flooring.

  7. floorlay May 17, 2012 at 4:12 am - Reply

    why would you lay laminate in a toilet….! its laminated wood and will swell with any type of moisture inc..steam….

  8. TORLYSinc May 17, 2012 at 4:55 am - Reply

    He means to prevent water or moisture from seeping in around the flange or along the walls. This can be from spills or someone wet mopping the floor.

  9. MRSketch09 May 17, 2012 at 5:42 am - Reply

    @Vid
    He mentions water damage…. I can sort of understand that right around the toilet… but what about the walls? What is he referring to when he mentions water damage? Does he mean like when the owners maybe mops or something?

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