Forum Title: How do you tap together Coretec
.......... in an angled hallway? I did the house in carpet years ago and now they want Coretec in the kitchen, dining room and down a hallway that has at least one angle change....... maybe two, I don't recall. The long joints are one thing, then end joints......... do you connect them together with tape, then install as one long plank?
Category: Flooring Post By: MARIA J (Austin, TX), 03/16/2019

Best to read the instructions. LOL

- DOROTHY WILSON (Newton, MA), 04/26/2019

Your talking about taping in the end piece ( last piece in a row) against the wall , that is at an angle ... correct? It?s a pain. Someone made a pull bar years ago , that would pivot and you could easily tap angled rows together. I usually just do one board at a time, but I?ve gotten so I can put the end joint together first and lift and wiggle the length , and it snaps right in .

- NATHANIEL GREGORY (South Bend, IN), 05/06/2019

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