Question: can you install a new floating floor over tile with in-floor heating? Answer: yes! In today’s video, I’m showing you the basic skills you need to remodel a bathroom floor. I’m also sharing step by step instructions for how to approach your preparation, underlayment, cuts and installation. Updated flooring can give a room new life, and it’s a simple process when you understand your approach.

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0:00 – Intro
0:47 – Engineered Hardwood Over Heated Tile
1:21 – Remove Baseboards
2:42 – Sweep And Scrape
3:29 – Vacuum!
4:08 – Bonus Tip
4:22 – Underlayment
5:41 – Rules For Floating Floors
6:09 – Marking Your Cuts
6:46 – Cutting Tools
8:01 – Click Lock Installation
8:48 – Save Your Off-Cuts


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