Which tools do I need to install a wood floor?

We recommend having the following tools to hand if you want to install your new wooden floor: a hammer, saw, pencil, knife, bevel tool, tape measure, an installation kit consisting of a crowbar, spacers and a tapping block, a suitable underlay or parquet glue. And a good saw, of course. Wear protective gloves when cutting the underlay.

Thanks to the Uniclic click system, there is no need for nails and glue. Instead, the floors are laid ‘floating’ and attach to each other.

If you need to measure one extra time, make a small mark, give the striking block a push or get that angle perfect, it’s good to have a folding rule, pen and square in your toolkit. Remember: measure twice, cut once!

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