Oak Wide Plank Hardwood Flooring for House Usage

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Formaldehyde: E2,E0,E1 Material: Sandwich Panel,Wood,Ceramic Feature: Fireproof,Soundproof,Heat Insulation,Dust-Proof
Color: Black,White,Red,Green,Blue,Wood Grain Position: Interior,Exterior Certification: CE,ISO
Customized: Non-Customized,Customized

Product Description:

Oak Wide Plank Hardwood Flooring for House Usage

Quick Details

  • Type: Wood Flooring

  • Place of Origin: China (Mainland)

  • Model Number: Hardwood-141230-4

  • Usage: Indoor

  • Wood Flooring Type: Oak Flooring

  • Name:: Oak Wide Plank Hardwood Flooring

  • Color:: Golden

  • Species:: Brushed

  • Performance Class: Best

  • Type:: Oak

  • Click system:: T&G and Click locking system

  • Painting:: Treffert 11 layers coating

  • Resistance:: More than 550 rpm

  • Surface hardness:: 3H

  • Thickness:: 15mm

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Strong Export package, the Foam inside, the corrugated paper carton and wooden pallet.

25 Day


    Product Name:

    Oak Wide Plank Hardwood Flooring






    Matt / semi-gloss / high-light

    Moisture content:

    8% or as per customer requested


    Natura or as per customer requirement


    Smooth or Brushed, Hand scraped,Wash, Waved, Distressed.

    Click system:

    T & G, with micro bevel


Oak Wide Plank Hardwood Flooring for House Usage

Oak Wide Plank Hardwood Flooring for House Usage

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Q:Can you use a steam cleaner on engineered hardwood floors?
Do not do it. It can cause big problems. I was just at a clients house the other day who had been using a steam cleaner, it really dulled the the floors finish. I would suggest the Bona hardwood floor mop.
Q:smudges on my just cleaned engineered hardwood floors?
Cleaning Engineered Hardwood
Q:Hardwood or engineered bamboo flooring. Which is better for 1st floor of house. House is built over a crawl-?
hardwood and bamboo are both great floors, what you need to remeber as far as the hardwood that not all woods are hard, for example you wouldn't want a wood made out of pine because pine is a soft wood, when looking at the wood find out if it is soft or hard. The new bamboo they have is awesome. they have a new process were all the water is taken out of the bamboo and when it is put together it is a hard floor. so it's up to you and what you prefer. ask if it will scratch easy, with it being on the first floor it will get a lot of foot traffic and you want it to hold up.
Q:How to choose hardwood floor?
Solid okorder.com/hard_wood_flooring.html best of Luck to you and congratulations on doing your homework!
Q:The difference between solid wood flooring and composite flooring
Classification of composite flooringCurrently on the market there are two main types of composite floors: one is a solid wood composite floor; the other is to strengthen the composite floor. These two types of composite floor has its own different characteristics, in the use and maintenance requirements are also different.
Q:What are some good brands of Engineered hardwood floors?
Bruce, Mohawk, Shaw, Bella Woods and Armstrong to name a few to get you started.Now remember each one ( and all ) of these will have a low end and a high end so shop apples to apples. As far as Johnson hard wood, I haven t heard either way with that particular one. GL
Q:Installing Engineered Wood Floor - what to use to fill voids in subfloor before installation?
Do NOT fill the gaps between the sheets of plywood! These need to be there to allow for wood expansion. In fact, if you don't have those gaps, run a circular saw, set at 3/4, down all the joints to open them up. With out this gap, if the plywood swells, it will buckle up at the joints. Voids in the subfloor like knot holes in the top ply aren't an issue. But dips and high spots are an issue. Make sure all the nail heads are flush (and add deck screws if there are any loose spots). Your flooring instructions should list the maximum dip/rise in a given run. If you've got low spots (cr@py carpenter didn't crown all the joists), you can cut pieces of roofing felt to fill in the void. If it takes several layers, feather them with progressively larger pieces, just like you'd feather a drywall joint. High spots can be taken down with a grinder or belt sander with 40 grit paper If you've got a floor with a lot of dips and rises, you can use a self leveling cement to bring it level. It's very thin, like a runny milkshake, and you spread a thin layer with a large floor squeegee. It's thin enough that it finds it's own level, puddling in the low spots. This is typically only needed for tile, but you could do it for wood/laminate.over a really bad subfloor
Q:Solid wood flooring how to repair scratches?
Program two: old newspaper crushed into paper, plus alum mixed with water into a paste, fill in the concave, dry with a fine sandpaper polished flat, brush floor paint cover, and then waxing can be polished.
Q:After a few years, the use of solid wood flooring, some of the local stepped up a sound
The moisture content of wood keel is largerThe solid wood floor has the characteristics of dry shrinkage and wet expansion, and the floor has a large deflection. Even the installation personnel to find a plain wooden keel, so it will not produce friction and noise are the damp floor tile after deformation, the shrinkage coefficient of wood, the moisture content of wood keel to balance, when people walk on the floor. If the floor is installed when the gap between the floor, the floor because of excessive expansion, resulting in a slight squeeze floor, generally not more than 350mm, due to improper measures, the noises, the local equilibrium moisture content reasonable gap between the floor, after a period of use of sound, people walking on the floor to produce sound.
Q:Match Engineered Hardwood Flooring?
We had engineered floors in our Cary home. I hated them, but that's another story (but I agree with your husband--keep your tile in the kitchen because one drop of water did damage ours). I was told that ours could be refinished once (not sure about changing the color). You need to check with whoever installed yours about that. But, if you did refinish the existing floors you may never be able to do it again. Personally, if you're committed to putting down engineered floors, I'd stick with the same color unless you want to tear out what you already have.

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