I'm in the process of installing a laminate flooring product with a click-and-lock style joint on all four sides, and I've run into some difficulties installing in my doorways. I'm trying to install the product in a hallway that has doorways on both sides. The hallway is about 3.5 flooring panels wide with one doorway on one side and three doorways on the other.
For the side of the hallway where I laid the first course, I followed the directions, and was successful in cutting the door molding trim and sliding the flooring underneath while still leaving room for expansion.
However, on the opposite side of the hallway, I have the last course to install, and I have multiple doorways there as well.
The problem is that if I cut the panel to fit the doorway, and slide under the trim, I can't get the panel into place, let alone lift it at an angle to mate the panels.