Q: Can I remove bubbles on laminate flooring?
A: No, but you may be able to change the panel(s).
Similar Q: After our installer installed our laminate floor, we noticed a few bubbles in it. What should we do? Is this a poor quality laminate or can he repair it? Should we continue? Thank you!
A: There shouldn’t be bubbles in the surface of your laminate floor. I would suggest it is a defective panel. Torly’s and Quick Step are top of the line laminates and it is possible to pull the floor apart in the middle of the room provided an expansion space has been left around the perimeter of the room. I don’t know about your product. The installer might have to start at the last panel installed and take it all apart, back to the bad panel(s).