The 75# roller is definitely not needed! That type of roller is used for VCT flooring, the type of adhesive used on the "strips" will grab and hold very well (the small extendable hand rollers work great and cost about $25 at HD) if your flooring is cold or not adhering together, use a regular hair dryer (do not use a heat gun) you can use a hair dryer as your laying the planks or after to fix any problem spots. I am a professional flooring installer with over 30 yrs experience, I suggest always open the boxes and let them acclimate in the room that they will be installed for 24 to 48 hrs., not an issue if it's warm, if your installing in a cold room turn up the heat or use space heaters, this floor will not work if the room or material temp is below 70 degrees F. and leave the heat on for 24 hrs after installation. (dramatic changes in temp may cause the adhesive to fail) door jambs can be undercut using an oscillating saw on top a scrap piece of the flooring to set the height of cut, works even better than a $200 jamb saw!
Does this flooring interlock Do you need any cushion material
I installed the new planks over the existing kitchen vinyl tiles and it worked great. P.S. none of the old tiles were loose.
Call the company to get a refund. Document your inquiries and keep asking about your claim. We had to answer some questions and provide photos, but eventually (I think it took about six months), we were given a refund for the purchased price, which in our case was a little more than $1,000.
I used the service that Home Depot uses
We walked on it immediately. It is held together by sticky strips, so I think the faster and more pressure to keep them together the better. I can't think of any reason you would have to wait. No glue or anything else that has to dry.
Can this work on a closed On patio concrete floor that's not temperture controlled
The odor went away very quickly for me. It was only about a week and I had over 600sq ft installed.
I am so sorry to hear about your situation. I would not recommend using our product over tacky floors. the product needs to be free floating and that would cause it to be "glued down". The product would eventually lift and separate.