We know most folks don’t buy floors very often - especially if they’re long-lasting COREtec floors. So we put together this handy resource guide that keeps all the information, tips and tools you need in one handy place. Just scroll down or click a link to learn more.
Our patented core structure makes COREtec the original 100% waterproof, kidproof, petproof flooring by providing more rigidity, stability and comfort than glue down LVT, solid locking LVT, or laminate flooring.
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Start with the basic square footage of your room(s) by multiplying length times width (LxW). Don’t try to be too precise – round up to the next foot. Then add in closets. We know it’s tempting to leave the old flooring in the closet, but the transition won’t look right. Trust us, you’ll be glad you put in the little extra effort every time you open your closet door.
How many square feet are in a box? Since our collections are different sizes and shapes, the amount of square feet in each carton varies. Here’s the breakdown.
Why factor in wiggle room? It’s always better to have a little extra than not enough. We recommend purchasing 10% more flooring than your square footage calls for, mostly as insurance against mistakes during installation. It’s also nice to have a little extra just in case you manage to damage the floor at some point.
COREtec floors are available at friendly neighborhood specialty retailers nationwide. Check out the map below to to find the authorized, independently-owned COREtec retailer nearest you.
You always have the option to install COREtec floors yourself. The angle tap locking system allows for easy, low-prep installation over most existing floors. Our handy how-to video and diagrams will help you get it just right.
Transitions help put the finishing touches on any new floor project. Use the tips below to ensure a successful installation or download this PDF on how to install our stair tread system like a pro.
Quarter Round- this creates the finishing touches between the floor and baseboards.
Quarter Round Installation:
Transition Molding- A T-shaped transition piece that covers the narrow gap in a doorway between two adjacent floors that are on the same level.
Transition Molding Installation:
Baby Threshold- this is used to transition from hard surface floors to floors of a different height level.
Baby Threshold Installation:
Overlap Reducer- this is used to transition from a higher-profile floor to a lower-profile floor.
Overlap Reducer Installation:
Stair Cap- this is used when installing COREtec on stairs, providing a capped edge and finishing touch on the stair edge.
Stair Cap Installation:
Flush Stair Nose- this is used when installing COREtec on stairs, providing a rounded edge and finishing touch on the stair edge.
Flush Stair Nose Installation:
Stair Tread- this is used when installing COREtec on stairs, providing a squared edge and finishing touch on the stair edge.
Stair Tread Installation:
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