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About Pergo Floors

Pergo Glueless Floors
The glueless floor is the easiest Pergo style to install, but it is also the priciest. The glueless floor is installed by an interlocking groove and tongue system. The edges of the floor pieces have a special sealant that keeps moisture from getting beneath the floor. All the tools you will need for the glueless Pergo floors installment are a hammer, a saw, tightening straps, and a tapping block. Glueless Pergo floors have an adhesive strip located on the bottom of the piece that will adhere to almost any sub floor, except carpeting. If you have confidence in your do-it-yourself skills and the room in your budget, these Pergo floors are perfect for you. You just need a basic knowledge of tools and measurements.

Pre-Glued Pergo Floors
This type of Pergo flooring has glue pre-applied to the tongue of each piece. You simply wet the tongue, and adhere it when the tongue turns lime green. This type of floor will probably take a little more expertise to install, but you do not have to guess where to apply the glue or hoe much glue to put on.

Add the Glue Yourself Laminate Floors
Out of all of the Pergo flooring options, this type is the least expensive. Unfortunately, it is also the most difficult to install. If you are an experienced do-it-yourselfer, you should be able to install it with few difficulties. You will need to know is how much glue to use and how to apply it. Also, you need to make sure the pieces are fitted securely together to prevent warping or gapping in the future. Do not use too little or too much glue on this type of Pergo floors. It could also be the cause of future problems.