Originally Posted by Skillet
I'm looking to do exactly what you did, including the waterproof brand. Did you remove your furniture or go up against it? Did you have any bolts sticking out of the floor you had to contend with and lastly, did you put anything down before you laid the flooring? It was suggested to me to use the rubber you would put under a bathtub as an insulating base. Looks really good!
I didn't remove the couch or bed. I was able to remove the lower part of the couch. This enabled me to cut the carpet back further.
A couple of the screws were a little high and I used my roto zip to flatten those. I also used the floor leveling stuff between the larger 1/8 -1/4 " gaps in the plywood.
This same stuff in my house seems to be fine in the winter over concrete so I didn't see the need to add anything underneath.
It's a little tricky having to install "backwards" in some places. It's really made to start in the left corner and work down and right. I was able to have one continuous install through the bathroom and bedroom. I ran a 12 inch sheetrock/putty knife over the floor to check for left behind staples and high spots. I also used this to help me pull the joint tight when against the walls.
Of course, as with any floating floor you have two choices at the wall/etc. Make very precise cuts and run it close or preferably put a little trim over the floor to hide the edge. I did a little of both.
Good luck. I'm sure it will look great!