I wanted to get new flooring put in but I knew that I could not afford to have it professionally installed. I decided to not let that stop me from reaching my goal of having a new floor though. While I knew that I would not be able to put in carpeting or hardwood, I had heard that vinyl flooring is definitely something a handy do-it-yourself type of person could handle on his own. Before I bought the flooring, I looked at different websites and found that https://www.buildexpo.org/diy-vinyl-flooring-a-step-by-step-guide-on-how-to-install-vinyl-flooring-in-singapore/ was filled with the information that I needed to be able to install the floor myself.
I read the entire site to make sure I was not getting in over my head. I felt rather confident that I would be able to install the vinyl flooring on my own after reading about the tools I would need as well as the step by step instructions on how to lay the vinyl flooring down. It was actually a lot less complicated than I thought it would be because I thought that I was going to have to do underlayment as well. After reading the instructions on the vinyl that I purchased, I was relieved to see that the vinyl could go right on the subflooring without any underlayment.
I ended up getting the peel and stick vinyl flooring, and this proved to be a very easy installation job for myself. I did not even need to have anyone else help me. I was able to clean the floor, and then I just started laying down the vinyl piece by piece. I had the entire kitchen floor laid down within hours, and it looks really nice. I would never have guessed that I could have laid this down so quickly and easily, and now I am excited to replace the floors in a few other rooms now.