Our first tip was just mentioned above. Follow the manufacturer's instructions. This is important as they may differ from one company to another.
Third, make sure that you know exactly what type of sub-floor you are installing the new flooring onto. Each type of sub-floor will have its own requirements, especially in terms of moisture protection.
Fourth, use the proper underlayment or moisture barrier. Some laminate tile flooring will have this already attached to the tile, others will not. When laying your own moisture barrier, make sure you have the right side facing up.
Important Note: Any type of laminate tile flooring that is being installed over concrete sub-floors must have a moisture barrier properly installed first.
Fifth, it is always a good idea to remove your new laminate tile flooring from its boxes and let it sit in the area where it will be installed for 2-3 days. This allows the product to acclimatize to temperature and humidity conditions.
Sixth, take your time when laying out your new flooring tiles. Make sure that you get the look that you want before you secure the tiles. It is much easier to do this beforehand, and this part of the project can be a lot of fun as you decide on exactly how you want your new floor to appear.
If you are thinking of new flooring for your home or business, visit our Denrich Flooring showroom in Upland, CA and see the many flooring options we have available for you. You can also check out our great line of Mohawk laminate tile flooring.