To install floor grating, measure the dimensions of the opening, position the frame of the grating in the opening, and affix using screws that can tap their own holes or silicone adhesive. Finally, press the grate into position in the frame.
Begin installing floor grating by measuring the width and length of the floor opening. Normally, the opening is rectangular in shape. Use these measurements to purchase a floor grating of the appropriate size.
Then, detach the grate with louvers from the frame's channels. Do this by hand. Place the grate aside safely. Next, position the frame in the floor opening so that its flanges rest against the opening's sides and face downwards. The channels into which you fix the grate should face upwards.
Next, use 1 1/2-inch long screws that can self-tap to attach the frame's flanges to the opening's sides. For every side to be attached, use one screw. Use a power drill with a screw-tip bit attached.
If the floor is made of concrete or is tiled, use a transparent silicone adhesive to attach the grating's frame. Apply the adhesive uniformly on the flange's outside edges and on the channel's bottom side. Then, press the frame into position, and wipe away excess adhesive using a rag.
Finally, position the grate's outside edges near the frame's channels so that the two are aligned, and press the former into position within the latter.