pergo-flooring

Installing laminate floors is a great DIY project.

Pergo’s new Outlast+ laminate flooring is durable and engineered with SpillProtect24 technology, which means spills can sit on the surface for up to 24 hours without damaging the floor.

It is available at The Home Depot.

11 COMMENTS

  1. I have concrete floor with linoleum on top of it. I’m thinking about some type of wood flooring. Do I have to take up the linoleum before putting the wood flooring? This is in the kitchen area. Thanks!

  2. I have concrete floor with linoleum on top of it. I’m thinking about some type of wood flooring. Do I have to take up the linoleum before putting the wood flooring down?This is in the kitchen area. Thanks!

  3. Hi – I have a double wide and would like to install laminate flooring but am concerned about where the two sides of the home come together. Is there anything in particular that I should do or watch for when installing in a double wide?

  4. I used a steam mop on my flooring. And now there is no shine now and it looks like there are scatches Is there anyway I can restore the shine ?

  5. I really like the Smoked hickory. Is this waterproof? also what is the cost per sq ft. I need 700 sq ft and is the underlayment already on it?

    • Hi, Diane,
      TodaysHomeowner.com features home improvement advice from the nationally syndicated TV show “Today’s Homeowner” and its experts.
      We don’t sell construction products on this website, but we encourage checking your local home center for these materials.
      Good luck!

  6. What type of tape/pad can I use under our large area rug to prevent it from slipping. There are conflicting opinions when I searched. By the way, we absolutely love our Pergo Outlast + Applewood. It looks more like wood.

    • Hi, Debra!
      Glad to hear the Pergo is working out for you.
      Regarding non-slip solutions, one size never fits all, so it’s best to test! 🙂
      Here’s a Simple Solution that requires just some silicone caulk: https://todayshomeowner.com/video/diy-nonslip-rugs/
      It’s met our needs, but we know it doesn’t work for everybody.

      There’s also a product called Ruggies, and it’s featured here: https://todayshomeowner.com/video/ruggies-antislip-rug-gripper-product-review/33/
      Again, it’s worked for some folks, but not others.

      It’s also good to visit the home center, as there are always new products on the market, and ask sales associates what’s working for customers these days.
      A perfectly fine product, or tip, could work well for one homeowner but not another.
      It all depends on various factors specific to each home.
      That’s why this is a tricky question.
      Good luck!

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