Oak Wide Plank Hardwood Flooring for House Usage

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10000 m²/month

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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


Packaging & Delivery

Packaging Details:

Delivery Detail:

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

25 Day


Specification

    Product Name:

    Oak Wide Plank Hardwood Flooring

    Width:

    190mm

    Length:

    1900mm

    Gloss:

    Matt / semi-gloss / high-light

    Moisture content:

    8% or as per customer requested

    Color:

    Natura or as per customer requirement

    Surface:

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

    Click system:

    T & G, with micro bevel

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Oak Wide Plank Hardwood Flooring for House Usage

Oak Wide Plank Hardwood Flooring for House Usage


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Q:I'm installing glue-down engineered hardwood floors over concrete.?
No moisture barrier is needed since your a little bit above grade. What you want to do in question # 2 won t work sorry . Your best off just gluing the engineered flooring directly to the concrete. If your looking for a sound deadening procedure, get a floating engineered wood flooring and up grade the underlayment to a quiet walk or what ever they ll call it for that particular product. Any questions you can e mail me through my avatar.. GL
Q:Engineered hardwood floors compared to 100% hardwood floors?
Real and engineered are designed to be nailed to the subfloor.Real hard wood can be sanded and refinished more than engineered. Engineered is designed for areas that might have heat or moisture related problems.Engineered can also be only put on concrete floors by gluing it. I have put down both many times and really look and feel wise,there is no difference.The main thing is resanding and refinishing it, but most people will never even do this
Q:What are the reasons for deformation of solid wood flooring?
Arch is mainly because the floor is installed, the floor and the wall spacing is too small. When the floor when the heat or moisture swelling, there is not enough space, so the center of the floor arch up
Q:Solid wood flooring with laminate flooring, which is better
Stability comparisonBecause the solid wood flooring and laminate floor structure itself, so the stability is also different, the bonding strength of plywood parquet determines its stability, and strengthen the floor completely broke the original wood tissue, destroy the shrinkage characteristics of anisotropic and moisture expansion and drying, the stability is relatively better.
Q:Wood flooring comes in three different formats - Solid, Engineered and Floating. What is the difference?
I love this website. It helped me choose the flooring for my mobile home. I went with Bamboo
Q:I'm laying engineered wood flooring on concrete floor - can I use plyboard to flatten floor out?
Won't it be a bit of a nightmare to true it up with plywood? Sounds like a lot of shimming and screwing around to get it to work. The self-leveling sounds good...but make sure you know how to work with it first, or having someone experience do it for you.
Q:Schon Brand Brazilian Cherry floating engineered wood flooring. Anyone familiar with the it? How's the quality?
If the reviews are good and horrible then stay away. It means the problems that people have are major when there are ones.
Q:In wood floors above a layer of the floor to the original floor removed a few do
I recommend:1, solid wood floor removed, check the moisture content of the keel, if less than 18%, and there is no decay deformation, you can continue to use keel.2, if you are going to shop floor is solid wood flooring, then take the original floor down, will be the original keel shop up.3, if you are going to the floor is not solid wood flooring, it is recommended in the keel above Overlay "gross floor" (that is, multilayer board, 9 PCT board), "gross floor" fixed keel with a nail, and then add the moistureproof film in the hair on the floor after the shop to shop you now the floor.
Q:Standard dimensions of wood flooring
Oh, the size is too much, you see is solid wood. Bamboo, multi-layer solid wood. Composite, its size ratio on the packaging of smaller size is 1~2 mm, the price is high the floor size shrink less
Q:Should I fill in the depressions left behind by the tack strip nails when installing engineered wood flooring?
I had the exact same question when I replaced all the linoleum in my house with tile. My foyer already had tile and it had the installation you refer to. I wanted the same throughout and found an extremely helpful associate at Home Depot. The piece of hardware is called a Z strip. You lay it on the subfloor and nail or screw down a regular tack strip on top of it leaving a narrow gap maybe 1/4 inch between in your case the wood flooring and the top edge of the z strip. Next pull the carpet as tight as possible across the tack strip and tuck under the z strip. I then used a 4 masonry chisel to crimp the z strip down which pins the carpet between it and the subfloor. I apologize for such a long winded answer! The Z strips can be bought at either Lowes or Home Depot and are usually 4 ft long and made out of aluminum and cost about 70-80 cents a piece. The associates at either store could walk you through the installation and I am sure it would make more sense than reading it.

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