Schon brand Quick Clic flooring is made of natural wood, yet it is as easy to install as laminate flooring because it uses the floating floor system. Instead of nailing each piece of flooring to the subfloor, you simply click them together. The floor stays put because you use your baseboards to anchor it at each wall. Before you put down your floor, store it inside for 2 days. That way it can adjust to your home’s humidity level, which can make it expand or contract.
Take your measuring tape and determine the length and width of the room. See if the boards will fit evenly lengthwise or if you will need to cut one row. If needed, mark the planks that need to be cut on the underside with a pencil. Use a ruler and pencil to draw a straight line lengthwise and then cut them with a wood saw. Don't cut more than you need. You can always cut more later if you mess up.
Use the back of your hammer to pull the baseboards out of the wall. Sweep the subfloor to remove large debris. Roll out the polyethylene foam in sheets until it covers the entire subfloor. Cut it with the utility knife as needed. Tape any seams with duct tape, making sure the edges abut each other but don't overlap. Overlapping could create bumps.