Factory Price Vinyl Sheet Flooring, Safety PVC Flooring For Child, pvc flooring

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300 m²
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10000 m²/month

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1.Specifications:

Material

PVC virgin material

Thickness

2mm, 3mm, 8mm

Wear layer

0.5mm

Width

1.5m

Pattern

Customized design

MOQ

1 sqm

2.Certifications: CE,ISO14001, ISO9001,CTI.

3.Features:
1) PVC material,eco-friendly,safe,soft,comfortable

2) Super wear resistance,durable,long service time
3) Customized design, personalized cartoons

4) An-slip,injury prevention

5)Shock proof and noise absorption 
6) Easy installation and cleaning

7) Play function and educational.

8) Waterproof,moistureproof,anti-bacterial,fire resistance.

4.Application:

Kindergarten,school, parent-child center, children study/sleeping rooms,children activity/ library/ health recovery and training rooms,house corridors, halls and other grounds for children living and studying.



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Q:Using antique slate for flooring?
I have a slate floor and it
Q:How do I repair a stab in my cork flooring.?
fill it with blue tack and then colour in
Q:floor joist problem...HELP please!!?
Wishing for a 2010 baby, Sounds like to me that you have a sub-floor plywood problem. Since you can see the sub-floor plywood, the labor cost is going to be cheaper now to repair it. Also sounds to me that the previous owner didn`t use a shower curtain, which caused this problem. You an your hubby might have to replace the sub-floor plywood in the bathroom only. Or at least replace the plywood up against the tub. Use sub-floor glue when replacing the plywood. This will stop any squeak's later on. And I recommend you use 2 inch drywall screws to secure the plywood to the floor joist. This will also prevent 'squeaking' later on. You might have to add some lumber(extra floor joists) just next to the tub area. Note: If tiling the floor, use concrete board over 3/4 inch thick sub-floor plywood. If not tile, then what ever size sub-floor thickness you have now will do. Another suggestion; If replacing any carpet in your new home, screw the sub-floor plywood down with 2 inch screws every 8 inches on only the floor joists before installing new carpet. I Hate squeaking floors. Good luck with your new home and your new baby/baby`s. Hoped this helped. Doing most of the work yourself will save you money. + or - $500.00 labor,$500.00 material.
Q:What is the meaning of the floor speed?
You should be to strengthen the floor, it is touch the factory whip broken Zhuang Biao coupon wave surface of the surface layer of wear resistance (hardness) the higher the higher the higher the degree of wear, generally more than 8000 for the basic qualified, but now large A lot of turn
Q:which is better to cut laminated floors?
I'd strongly recommend you beg/borrow/rent a power miter saw (aka a chop saw). You can get an acceptable quality of cut with either a circular saw or a jigsaw, using the right blade. But you'll spend 4 times as long ensuring your cut is lined up and square, as compared to using a miter saw. If you do use the jigsaw or circular saw, use a fine or plywood blade. If you use a circular saw, make yourself a cutting jig. Use a 2'x2' piece of MDF or plywood to make a table top. Attach two strips of plywood across the table top, slightly wider than your flooring planks, creating a trough for the plank to sit in. About 5 in from one end, attach additional scraps of plywood on either side of the trough to create a deck to run the saw across. Finally, attach another strip of plywood across the trough to create a cutting guide for the saw. It's important that this guide be square to the trough - use a framing square if you have one to align the guide -- if you don't have a square, the factory corner on a sheet of plywood will be pretty close to square. This jig will allow you to accurate cuts fairly quickly using your circular saw. A circular saw blade spins such that the teeth are cutting up from the bottom of the board, which can leave a ragged, chipped edge when cutting laminate. If you find your laminate is chipping a lot, cut the boards face down. For cutouts around corners, doorways, etc, the jigsaw will be your best tool. Finally, have spare blades on hand. Laminate flooring (as well as most pre-finished wood floorings) have aluminum oxide in the top coat for wear resistance. Aluminum oxide is a tough abrasive that will quickly dull a saw blade.
Q:If you buy apartment/condominium, which floor would you prefer/choose and why?
on the ground floor you can get broken into. Also have wood eating pests. Above first floor (in brick units) wood pests are almost unheard of. on the top floor you hear rain and have potential leaking issues. You avoid all that and you have less utility consumption in the middle floors(as you are insulated by temperature controlled neighbors). I would go with 2) and maybe south facing to have more sun in winter and less in summer
Q:can kitchen cabinets be mounted on a floating floor?
No. You can't set the cabinets on the floor. dlobryan1 is absolutely correct. A floating floor has to be able to float, and cabinets have to be secured, but if you need to you can always install the floor first. When it comes time to set the cabinets, just mark the area, tape it off to protect the surface of the laminate, and rip it down with a circular saw, you'll need a good heavy 1/4 to 1/2 gap around them any way, and then just shoe mold the cabinets. Just make sure you nail to the cabinets and not to the floor.
Q:finish floor elevation?
Finished Floor Elevation
Q:Feedback regarding cork flooring?
Cork wouldn't stay clean, and how WOULD you clean it? I would use tile. If you want it soft, there are some commercial grade linoleum type floor coverings that are rubbery or soft-- but you can clean them like a tile floor. They are starting to be used in hospitals, and are nice. I'm not sure about the toxicity, though. Probably pretty expensive, but so would cork be expensive, and a waste of money because you couldn't clean it.
Q:Kitchen Floor?
it depends on what your flooring is made out of.. more info please..

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