Laminate wood flooring is usually a “dry” installation as compared to ceramic tile flooring, no mortar, no adhesives to set up and dry. Laminate wood flooring doesn’t require special tools or saws for cutting. Hardwood flooring needs to be nailed down, but laminate snaps together and can be a “floating” floor not requiring a direct attachment to the subfloor or underlayment. Laminate installation is much like putting together a large puzzle.
There is no reason why we can’t floor an entire room in one day.