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[How To] Installing Snap-together Tiles
How To Install Snap-Together Laminate Tiles Locking laminate tiles snap together and, like their glued counterparts, float on a foam underlayment. The underlayment allows the floor to expand and contract as a unit and makes it feel comfortable underfoot. Assembly varies by manufacturer. Some styles use a tongue-and-groove configuration. Others employ locking strips.Some brands require that you angle the units as you engage the tongue and groove. Others snap together with the aid of a tapping block and hammer. The tilt-and-engage style is the most common.Installing the first three rows of tiles works best if you connect the tiles a few feet away from the wall, and then slide them as a unit in place. Then you'll be able to work...

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