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Engineered Flooring
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Zhejiang China (Mainland)
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Wood-Plastic Composite Flooring
anti-slip surface,low maintance cost
surface grooves:
narrow grooves,wider grooves
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Packaging Detail:Packaging: wrapped with PE plastic film and on wooden pallet Size(mm).
Delivery Detail:7-12days after order confirmed


1.Natural & Beautiful wood look  2.Easy install & clear,low maintance cost   3.No trip hazards,recyclable

China waterproof Anti moth ANTI-UV  dedicated composite wood boards

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China waterproof composite wpc decking

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Wood Plastic Composite


30% HDPE+60% Waste Wood Fibers+10% Auxiliaries

Colors Available



PE plastic Base

DIY Snap Interlock Puzzle Tile

Easy for Installation


Patio, Balcony,Terrance,Walkway,Boardway Decking,Pool Decking,Sauna Room & other Public Areas



product features:

1.Natural & Beautiful wood look       2.Easy install & clear,low maintance cost          

 3.No trip hazards,recyclable           4.Long lifespan & UV stable,No wrapping,No rotting

5.Great drainage                              6.Eco-friendly,anti-slip surface

*Easy cleaning and maintenance :No need of a specific treatment .just a usual water washing is necessary

*Safety:Splinters free and slip resistant  Free of any toxic product

*Colours may slightly change,photos are not not contractual  

*Resistant to scratches as oak resistance

*Very low colour variations

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Q:Stickable floor tiles...HELP?
Alright first thing first. The self stick tiles you bought are generally used for a quick fix type of project. While they do stick to most surfaces they do not have a commercial type of adhesive on the back of them. Uses: sticking to wood, concrete, vinyl, drywall, painted surfaces temporarily. Wont stick to metal, or tile. That being said. For your application what you want to do is 1) go to hardware store and ask the floor guy for premixed embossed leveler or Ardex floor patch. While you are there get a flat trowel to go with it. The premix is really what you want because it is already at the right consistency for your application. Also sometimes they hide it in the paint dept. But the floor guy will know. 2) go home open the tub and pour about half of in on the floor. The Emboss leveler is self leveling and will flow to the grout joints but use your trowel and help it out some. The goal is not to cover the floor completely but just to fill cracks and make a flat surface. 3) let it dry for a day... once it is dry sweep and start laying your tile. Please keep this in mind. Moisture is the bain of all floor products glued down. With self stick tile there is a seam all the way around the tile for water and moisture to penetrate. You are putting down a temporary floor keep this in mind. Hope this helps, Good luck
Q:Can you install the floor on rainy days?
Do not worry, the floor is a paint-free board, surrounded by paint as a closed, unlike the previous need to brush their own kind of paint, and can continue to shop.
Q:How to repair squeaky kitchen floor?
yes be care full with the size of nail or can you not use an alternative eg. glue.
Q:Insulation question - Insulation between floors?
Insulation in the floor will prevent heat loss from any floors below the insulation .If insulating the floor remember to increase the insulation in the roof space The lights i take it are the down lighter type is so then you will need to leave an air gap around the fitting, if these fittings are not the fire proof type then i would also fit smoke hoods or change these to the fire proof type .The cable etc would pose no problem as long as it is of the correct size and installed correctly .If in doubt call an electrician
Q:75 gallon tank in 2nd floor apt.?
A 75 gallon, filled, with a stand and all the substrate as well is going to weigh roughly 700-750 lbs. Now if your stand is a basic iron stand or metal stand, it will have 4 legs that are in contact with your floor. This divided by 4 is the approximate lbs/ per square inch of force exerted on the floor surface. Now if you have one of those wooden stands, you have a much larger surface area in contact with the floor, and thus, you have a lower lb per square inch of force on the floor. This leads me into asking, what is your floor surface? If that is a tiled floor, I highly reccomend putting a sheet of plywood down, about 1/2 to 3/4 thick to spread your surface area contact out, and thus lowering your lbs per square inch on the floor. If you have a carpeted floor, you wouldn't have to worry about the damage to the surface as much. I've asked a similar question before I set up my 180 gallon tank in the second floor. Basically, if you are concerned about structural integrity, then position your tank along a load bearing wall. A load bearing wall is any main wall in the place, such as a wall that is connected to the outside of the building. These floors carry greater ability to hold higher weights. If you are still worried about the weight, put plywood again, down under the tank stand. This will disribute the weight going across the floor surface. I have a 180 gallon tank on the second floor, going on five months now. I double sheeted the plywood and no problems at all.
Q:how do you remove laminate flooring?
If it is a floating type floor, which I suspect it is, your job is easy. Simply set the blade depth on your skill saw to the thickness of the flooring, (the padding underneath should keep your saw blade off the concrete), and whack it into manageable pieces. This might actually be fun. Try cutting patterns in the floor, like compass point stars, or whatever floats your boat!
Q:how to take up linoleum floor?
steam , it will leave the glue . but scrape with the grain , and a hole lots of sanding with the grain
Q:what is best way to add a second floor?
Buy a 2 story house and sell the house you have. Adding a second floor will cost you a ton of money.
Q:Solid wood flooring Which brand is better?
Solid wood flooring in accordance with the structure of the sub-probably can be divided into two, one for the three solid wood (three: 3-5 mm on the surface of the precious hardwood layer) for the multi-layer solid wood (surface 0.3-0.5 mm precious wood veneer , The other more than 7 layers for the criss-cross the mixed wood glued together); through the above you probably also see to understand, in these two inside, it is clear three layers, obviously the surface of the fine trees are much higher than the thickness Multi-layer, so this floor is quasi-high-end floor; and more than 7 layers, whether it is 9 or 11 layers, the relative cost is much lower, so in the low-end; good letter chxr1
Q:Installing Laminate Floors?
You absolutely need to remove the carpet strips -- and floor moulding as well. You can replace the moulding once your laminate is complete. Best of luck !

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