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Old 09-04-2013, 12:42 PM   #1
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Laying laminate in odd shaped area


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Spent last long weekend ripping out the carpet in my condo and putting in Laminate flooring. I got most done, but have a few areas that I ran out of time on. Going to finish it this weekend.

the question I have is the following.

When you go into a smaller area do you break the pattern to be able to have full boards or try to keep the pattern, but then have smaller boards which are less sturdy?

The patter I went with is full board, 2/3 a board, 1/3 board, and then back to full board again. My first time doing it and that seemed to be the norm.

Thanks in advance.

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