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Floating Floor, Glued Down, or Nailed Down?

It’s important to understand what kind of floor you are choosing before it is put in.

A “floating floor” means that the pieces of the floor interlock with each other. They aren’t attached to the sub-floor, but rather “float” on top of it.

A floor that is glued down has been attached to the sub-floor with an adhesive.

A nailed-down floor needs to have plywood or the like underneath to be nailed to. Both this and the glued-down floor create a floor that feels sturdier, since they are secured to sub-floors.

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