This project is sponsored by Eco Cork Foam (ECF), however, the thoughts & opinions are my own.
Do you have laminate flooring in your house that is old with scratches and dents? Or maybe you don’t like the laminate color or style? Perhaps you want to change the look of your room with a new laminate floor design. In this post, I’ll go over step-by-step about how to replace a laminate floor in your house using Eco Cork Foam underlayment. Underlayment is sometimes a forgotten step but should be the most important. Underlayment provides protection, support, noise reduction, and waterproofing. Eco Cork Foam offers all the features and more as it’s the only waterproof underlayment with a built-in 6-mil barrier.
Our living room had laminate flooring that started to separate in some areas and had many scratches, dents, and nicks. So I decided to remove the old laminate and replace it with a new, better color and quality laminate.
For this project, you don’t need fancy tools. You could make all the cuts with your skill saw, and jig saw. Even if your cuts are not perfectly straight, they will be covered with baseboard or edge molding.
You also might be interested in other DIY projects that I've done, such as DIY Rocking Chair.