I've laid 2/3s of my hallway laminate, but around the door frame, I cannot seem to get the tongue and groove to latch in.
Basically, under the door frames are gaps so I can slide the laminate under (I've left expansion gaps along the walls)
This means though, that I cannot lift the side of the laminate to click it into place. I've tried many different angles, but it seems impossible without lifting, which I cannot do. Do I bite the bullet and leave a gap around the door frame or does anyone have any bright ideas on how I get around this problem?
hi chris i don't know if one have enough room but have you tried tilting two piceces at a 45 degee angle and pushing down in the middle as i did this in the living room and it worked ,then i put beading around the edge
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