HDF Laminated Wooden Floor 8mm High Quality

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

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HDF Laminated Wooden Floor 8mm High Quality

Products Specification

We can supply HDF laminated flooring

With thickness 6mm/7mm/8mm/11mm/12mm

With length and width 808*148mm/810*150mm/1215*195mm/1218*198mm/1219*199mm,

With wear resistance from AC1-AC5 

With square edge, V-groove, and mouled U-groove

With small/middle embossed surface,silk surface,crystal surface,piano painted surface,synchronized surface and hand scraped surface.

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GB/T17657-1999    JIS      A1460

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HDF Laminated Wooden Floor 8mm High Quality

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Q:What hard wood flooring is better solid or engineered?
As you can see, there really are a lot of factors that go in to talking about the differences between solid and engineered wood flooring. The last statement I would make is about how much more environmentally friendly engineered flooring can be over solid. This is because you can get a far greater yield out of the finished hardwood with engineered because you are only using the finished hardwood type on the top layer. This is why engineered flooring has seen a dramatic increase in sales over the last 7 to 10 years and solid has declined. Most manufacturers inside and outside the US are retooling their factories to handle more engineered as solid will have a much smaller role in the future. Of course, like anything else, you can't make a blanket statement on this as well. Engineered, while more environmentally friendly (in concept) is a manufactured product. You have to take into account the glues that were used to press the layers together, the finish in the top layer, etc. But overall, the industry would agree that engineered hardwood flooring is the way of the future. I hope this helps you. It was a lot of information but in my opinion, the information needed to make an informed decision about what is best for you.
Q:What is the difference (advantages/disadvantages) between hardwood, engineered, and laminated flooring?
Solid wood flooring is harder to put down...it does last longer and can take more punishment. One thing you will have to do is take all the doors off in that area and cut off the bottom so it will clear the floor. The solid flooring boards are 3/4 inch thick. Are you going down over concrete or old wood base? Concrete takes more work and requires a few secret tricks to keep the boards together once installed.
Q:Solid Hardwood vs Engineering vs Laminated (Pergo) flooring?
Hardwood flooring would give you the best resale for the money, but is expensive. Hardwood could run anywhere from 3 to 10 dollars per square foot. If it is scratched, it can be sanded and redone later on. Engineered is a hardwood floor, but cannot be refinished in case something happens. Also costs around 2.5 to 4 dollars square foot. Laminate looks a little cheaper, but will hold up better than hardwood or Engineered in the long run. I would suggest the Pergo 30 year warranty. Hardwood has to be nailed down to the floor, Engineered has to be tacked or glued down and laminate is free floating. In the case of the hardwood and engineered, you would have to pull up the ceramic tile. With laminate, you MAY not have to do that. Laminate in stock should cost around 2 to 4 dollars a square foot. A lot of laminate floors now look like the real thing. I suggest you do some window shopping to find out for yourself.
Q:I'm installing glue-down engineered hardwood floors over concrete.?
Most engineered flooring doesn't require a glue down, if you do want to glue it down, you'll have to do it directly to the concrete. You can a concrete sealer as a vapor barrier. I've installed most of these systems using a foam vapor barrier with no fastening, as a floating floor. Good Luck!
Q:help, what di i clean my engineered hardwood floor with?
should be fine, I use a similar spray with a dust mop. Just dont get it too wet.
Q:How long is the service life of solid wood flooring?
In the wood flooring industry, the thickness of the wood floor is often very critical, it can roughly determine the service life of wood flooring. The thicker the wooden floor, the longer the service life of the wooden floor.
Q:Do I have to glue an engineered wood floor down?
Look for the total wear layers and the type of top coat that is used. Aluminum Oxide finished is one of the best. All engineered floats can be glued or staple ( or both) but not all can be used as a floating floor. Only the type with a locking system should be used this way , along with a foam underlayment. All these can be stapled, but not all can be nailed. 3/8 ths and thinner ( I wouldn t go thinner but they are out there) are stapled w/ a special gun that you can rent . Use only the staple size recommended by the maker of your wood.1/2 engineered can be stapled , nailed ( by a regular flooring gun),glued or some or made for a floating system but not all. Your best over all place to get wood is your mom and pop store. They give you the best service, advice and suggestions for you. Yes you ll pay just a bit more but the wood quality will be better off than joe stranger if you go to the big box store,e bay, etc. Any questions you can e mail me through my avatar.. GL
Q:How can i say that hardwood and engineered wood floors are really different with each other?
Hardwood is solid through and through. Engineered wood just has a top layer that is real wood.
Q:Hardwood, engineered, cork, or laminate flooring?
I've see some upper end homes with incredibly beautiful laminate floors. Others with real hardwood. I think overall for quality, hardwood is the best. Have you ever considered bamboo, amazingly tough also.
Q:Home decoration, choose a good wood floor tiles or good
Indoor light, the light can be considered a strong reflection of the wooden floor, the light can be considered shallow color tiles.Decorative:Combined with the living room walls, ceilings, furniture overall consideration. For example, the walls of the wood structure is more, and are wood type paste, or furniture style classic, with the color of the floor will look more harmonious. For example, if it is hard line style, or black and white color to the main, can be considered with tiles, etc..

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