Description of Laminate Flooring
Laminate Flooring mimics the look of traditional woods while offering easy installation and lasting durability. At first glance, it can be difficult to spot the difference between hardwoods and laminate flooring. What appears to be a natural wood grain pattern is really a thin layer of decor paper (a photographic image) under a tough-as-nails protective film that is glued and pressed to a high-density backing board. Laminate flooring comes in an array of wood effects as well as stone and ceramic effects.
Characteristics of Laminate Flooring
· Resistant to UV rays
· Resistant to stains
· Not worn by furniture feet
· Resistant to cigarette burning
· Resistant household chemicals
· Healthy and ecological HDF E1
· Resistant to scratch
· Impact resistant
· Suitable for subfoor heating
AC Rating of Laminate Flooring
Specifications of Laminate Flooring
6mm, 7mm, 8.3mm, 12.3mm, 13.5mm, 15mm
93mm, 113mm, 126mm, 145mm, 167mm, 196mm
1215mm, 806mm, RL(1210/805/405mm)
Various designs, more than 200 colors, including Oak, Walnut, Maple, Cherry, Beech, Pine, Teak, Hickory, Merbau, Mahogany, Chestnut, Elm, Alder, Bamboo, etc.
Crystal, Embossment, Paint Finish, Mirror, Matt, Wood Texture Effect, Handscraped, EIR, etc.
AC2, AC3, AC4
Moisture resistant HDF
Square edges, Beveled edges
Available by order
Available by order (EVA, EPE...)
Standard export packing
ISO9001 / ISO14001 / CE
- Q:In wood floors above a layer of the floor to the original floor removed a few do
- Finally, if you are going to shop more than the value of the wooden floor of the previous solid wood flooring, it is recommended that you take off the floor, replaced keel, re laying. In order to extend the useful life of the floor.Now there are solid wood lock floor, the use of the balance of wet and dry technology, locking links, the floor and the floor between the closely linked, the release of wood stress. Can also be used in the ground heating environment.
- Q:How to clean wood floor
- Solid wood floor is particularly afraid of the tide, in the two cleaning to remove the floor stains, to wipe the cloth or mop as far as possible, like this gently wipe. If you encounter oil stains, beverages and other floor stains, you can also use a rag dipped in the usual Taomi Shui, wring dry and then wipe, and soon will be able to make the floor clean up.
- Q:Wood floor long dull how to do?
- The wooden floor is a life of home improvement products, if there is no long-term maintenance measures, the floor will slowly lose its luster. This kind of situation in the solid wood floor performance is more, solid wood like skin, long-term maintenance, gloss disappeared, and floor cleaning and floor maintenance is completely different, clean can not replace maintenance.
- Q:Is it ok to glue and nail engineered hardwood flooring?
- He is doing the right thing. The glue will keep it from squeaking as the temp and humidity change and offer another layer to hold the floor. Glue can also come undone if not secured. The nails will keep it from moving. When they tell you nail or glue they mean you can do either or both it's not an OR statement. Thank him, it's not often you get a contractor that stick to what he knows is correct faced with his clients pesterings (Many renos under my belt and I pester a lot). Your floor will be trouble free for many many years to come.
- Q:how can I brighten up the dull finish on my engineered hardwood floors?
- nothing, it was engineered that way
- Q:Remodeling -- getting wood floors --- should I do solid or engineered wood flooring?
- Hello. The only way to lay solid wood requires a major re-building effort,as flooring goes right back to outside walls. Would cost a heap. Laminated and kit-set flooring looks good and is a lot simpler and easier to fit. Some kits just lock the parts together. Lay over existing bare floor with proper glue.
- Q:Multilayer solid wood floor bump skin how repair?
- Cut off the new wood floor on one side of the lower part of the notch and clean the mortise, pay attention to reserve space. The original floor around the tenon coated with glue, and the new wood floor tenon groove are coated with glue, then placed in the gap at the waste plate under the. The first notch of a long edge angle around the floor with the embedding of the original tongue short side edge of the tongue, and then hand press the notch side, and pad block with special tool gently hit. Need to be reminded that the proportion of the new plate before installation and space length is consistent, if the new wood floor is long, can be a bit short, the only other wood floors, causing loss of.
- Q:Dont know what kind of hardwood floor?
- if the woob butts up against the carpet pull the capet back. look at the side of the hardwood. if it's 3/4 thick then it's standard 3/4 tongue and groove flooring. If it's approx. 1/4 thick it's more than likely a pergo style flooring
- 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:Stair noses with engineered hardwood flooring?
- This Site Might Help You. RE: Stair noses with engineered hardwood flooring? Good evening. I'm currently having a contractor install engineered hardwood on my steps. I have 3 planks that are 3/8 think. He is in the middle of construction now. i noticed the stair noses aren't flush with the stairs. They are higher by a little bit. i asked the contractor...
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