Updating the flooring in your home may seem like a big undertaking, but it can completely transform your home’s interior when done correctly. If you’re considering replacing your flooring but are unsure if you can take on the project, here is what the process would entail.
Remove Current Flooring if Necessary
Depending on what your existing flooring is like, you may have to remove it before you proceed. If you currently have a thick flooring like hardwood, then you’ll want to consider the thickness of your new flooring and if the combined thickness would raise the floor too much. If your existing flooring is in rough shape or uneven, then the new flooring may not stick, or the old flooring may cause unevenness. To remove your flooring, you’ll simply have to pry or chip off every piece.
Get the Subfloor Ready
If there’s glue on your subfloor after removing your …