Details of the Hot Sale Wood Grain Laminated Flooring
| 0.30mm, 0.50mm|
|Thickness|| 4.0mm, 5.0mm|
|Plank Size||101.6mm x 914.4mm/4'x36', 152.4mm x 914.4mm/6'x36'|
|Backing Layer|| Recycled PVC & Virgin PVC available|
|Edge Detail|| Squared edge & Beveled edge available|
|Surface Treatment|| UV coating|
|Surface Texture|| Wood embossed|
|Installation|| Click System|
Specifications of the Hot Sale Wood Grain Laminated Flooring
(2)Top Quality GuranteeAC5
(3)Free Samples for Global Market
(4)Perfect Support Ideas
Packing of the Hot Sale Wood Grain Laminated Flooring
For 1215*195*7mm,10pc per box,70boxes per pallets,20 pallets per 20'fcl
For 1215*195*8.3mm,8pc per box,70boxes per pallets,20 pallets per 20'fcl
For 1215*195*12.3mm,6pc per box,65boxes per pallets,20 pallets per 20'fcl
Volume of the Hot Sale Wood Grain Laminated Flooring
For 1215*195*7mm,about 3316.95sqm per 20'fcl
For 1215*195*8.3mm,about 2653.56sqm per 20'fcl
For 1215*195*12.3mm,about 1848.01sqm per 20'fcl
The following pictures are for reference
- Q:Cement floor sleep on the human body will not be bad ..
- Well, the cement will be back to the tide, the body is very bad, it is best to shop some newspaper cloth list
- Q:my floor makes creaking noises?
- Well hate to tell you this but the floor underneath could have water damage, especially if it just started happening. If its been there a while, it could have been the construction itself, it should have been laid with construction adhesive on each floor stud, and screwed down(screw not nails) if it is nailed down eventually the nails can work loose, then the squeeking you hear is the wood grinding up and down against the nail. if its not a 2nd floor or a finished basement you can go underneath, take a pry bar and try to get a distance of 1/4 between the subfloor and joist. take some construction adhesive and caulk it into the groove. you can then go and put some bricks or some kind of weight on the floor to press the joist and subfloor together, will take about 24 hours to set. or you can simply apply shims or a sister(nail a board against another) and that could help, but could create an uneven spot there.
- Q:glueless laminate flooring?
- no. the weight of the stringer's will push down and flex the Laminate flooring especially if there is padding below it, just line up the stringer's trace where they will touch the floor, then add 3/8 or 1/2 (your floor thickness) to the rear of the traced line, subtract same from the front of the traced line (compensating for the thickness of floor)
- Q:what can i seal laminate flooring with?
- Do you really want to finish damaged laminate flooring? Besides, that type of flooring is not intended for outdoor use. I would just rip it out and install flooring that is more environmentally rugged. Cork and rubber are two options you might explore.
- Q:any estimates for water buckled floor?
- First off, we need some details. Is this a floor covering that is buckling? (As in laminate flooring) Or is this the sub-floor that is buckling? (Generally particle board, OSB, or plywood, found under vinyl flooring, carpet, or other floor covering). Dimensions? (How much of the floor is buckling?) There is the off chance, also, that you have a warped floor joist. How much it is going to cost will depend on which problem you've got, what kind of floor covering, and material & labor rates in your area. OSB sub-flooring in my neck of the woods is running about $13 for a sheet of 3/4 x 4'x8'. Plywood of the same thickness and size is running about $32 per sheet. This could turn into a major problem, if you let it go. Mold can set in, and then you'd have a really nasty problem. By the way, that leak from the air conditioner was probably from dirt in the drain line. It needs to be cleaned out, or replaced, before running the AC. Without those details, we can't very well give even a rough guess at the expense to repair it. Call some local flooring contractors to come out and give you some estimates. Ask for, AND CHECK, their references. Good Luck Additional: Ok, I've checked back 3 times now, and still don't see any additional information. So my best advice with the limited details we have here, is to call in the flooring contractors as stated above. Have Fun
- Q:Home dance floor?
- That really depends on your lifestyle. Will you use the dance floor more than you would the pin-ball machine, the booths? I've done homes with dance floors for people who have ballroom, line dancing and salsa as a hobby and they constantly use their floors. But, I've had other clients who thought it would be nice to have a dance floor installed only to find that they didn't entertain much that way. Now in one home, we left the dance floor but added french bistro cafe tables and chairs that could be moved when they wanted to use the floor to dance. In the end, the decision should be based on your lifestyle and what in the end will be an extension of it.
- Q:Laminet flooring?/floating floor?
- Cant imagine spending 13k on a laminate floor. I did my frontroom last year and I believe I spent like $300 total on the flooring and padding. It took 1 day to do. Is your house like 25k square feet or something? Anyhow, no idea what flooring you picked out, not too sure how you would not have an idea how it would look when done, the planks are large enough to get the idea.
- Q:Floor seam solution: 1, the floor paint a small crack, serious, resulting in film stripping
- In the CAD drawing plastic floors are used to express the grid, in the filling - pattern fill - user-defined, you can choose.
- Q:What gets ink stains from a pen off the floor?
- In carpet? Nothing but bleach and I wouldn't do that...
- Q:What is dance flooring? Is it the same a linoleum?
- the floor is my dance studio is a sprung floor with tough laminate over the top.no you can't buy it cheap as you have to get your floor sprung.laminate flooring is similar but as it is not sprung if overused you may give yourself shin splints.the flooring shop locally just buy a scratch resistant one. hope i helped god luck with that victoria xx
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