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Minimum Order Quantity:1000 MetersUnit:mLoading Port:China Main Port
Supply Ability:20000 Kilograms per Day 24HoursPayment Terms:TT or LC

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Introduction of WPC Decking

1. Green ecological, Innovative technology, Lifestyle

2. Elegant nature wood grain texture and touch, with wood scent

3. Elegant and detailed shape design

4. Resistant to cracking and splitting

5. Water-proof, moldy-proof, prevents rotting and moisture, anti-acid, alkali and pest resistance

6. Environmental friendly, fully recyclable and no other hazard chemical

7. Safe to use for many years

8. No painting, no glue, free maintenance

9. Anti-slip, less crack and warp, barefoot friendly

10. Good weatherability, suitable from -40°C to +60°C

11.Easy to process install and clean

12.UV resistance, Fade resistant Durable

13.Dimension stability against moisture and temperature

14. High quality with competitive price.

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Q:Fixing slanted floors in a house?
Just from the experience of selling a rental property with settling, or slanted floors, I was told the man was going to brace the existing floor and then go over the area with an entirely new floor. He said trying to move the floor upward could cause problems with the existing walls. I would talk to one or more contractor to get an idea of what your individual situation might be. If it is normal settling, it's one thing, but I knew somone that bought a house that had been on a really old area of land fill, which should have been settled long before, and they ended up with slanted floors. They sold the house because that was a real mess.
Q:What is the best flooring to dance on?
Definitely a wooden panel flooring. Sprung if you can get it that way.
Q:Information on Cork Flooring?
Click on Visit Manufacturers Website and you will get some good tips, including the following. To help your cork floor keep its “just installed” look, try these preventive maintenance suggestions: Place breathable mats in front of sinks and in doorways Note: do not use mats with rubber or other non-porous backings since these could trap moisture and affect the finish Put felt pads under furniture legs to prevent scuffs When moving furniture; lift it, don’t drag it Place a drip pan under potted plants to catch water seepage Prevent fading from excessive sunlight with window treatments, like curtains, drapes, blinds, or with window tint When it comes to cleaning, cork flooring requires no special equipment or harsh chemicals. The basic steps are as follows: Wipe up spills immediately Note: cork is a wood product and therefore will absorb moisture To reduce scratches, sweep or vacuum regularly to remove abrasive debris To clean a heavier soiled area, use only a cleaner formulated for pre-finished hardwood floors I hope this helps. Rick
Q:Wallstreet | On the floor?
the colour jackets symbolise what kind of stockmarket member they are. there are 3 types: Brokers(trades for clients), Dealers(trades for himself), Broker/Dealers(does both) as to what colours are used, and how many addiotional colours are used, differs per stock market. the mayhem is actually the business being done. people shout their quotes to eachother. a dealer for example, would shout a certain stock price at which hes offering to buy. a dealer would shout a price at which hed like to buy. we call this 'open outcry' which is the old fashioned way of doing business. theres also a newfashioned way, screentrade, as done on the tokyo stock exhange for example, this is where traders get their own terminal (pc) at which they enter their quotes. a certal server links, buyers to sellers. open outcry has the advantage that theres a lot of atmosphere, and you can 'feel' whats happening to the market. a disadvantage is, you need a lot of space to trade. (lots of people, lotso f room) screentrade has the advantage, that people can trade from anywhere aslong as they have a link to the system. this saves a lot of tradingspace. and thus money. the downside is that its very inpersonal, very static, and you cant really feel the market other than by looking atthe numbers. you can cmopare it to a fishmarket really, the marketsales men stand there shouting TROUT TROUT $1,50 A KILO!!! if they dont sell enough, they start shouting trout $1,49 a kilo!
Q:Carpets on every floor?
Laminate flooring is now becoming more popular for the reasons you state. You can snap together pieces of floor and if anything happens you can replace the piece/s damaged. Also I used carpet squares in my bathroom again for the reasons you state. If one gets stained I can replace it with another square.
Q:how do i remove linolium flooring from my kitchen?
It is really more than difficult to remove linolium flooring without damage. However, if you're determined to remove the flooring without damaging the hardwood, here's how to do same. First, see if you can simply pull the vinly off of the floor. If it's been down for a while, the adhesive may have lost some of it's gripping power and the flooring may just come off (with some grunting and groaning). If this doesn't work, start at one edge, use Varsol or paint thinner and a rag. Apply the solvent to the rag and apply it to the back of the vinly and hardwood floor. This will dissolve the adhesive without damaging the hardwood floor. This method will work. However, it may take hours and hours and hours of work to get the flooring off. You could rent a razor blade type scraper the flooring guys use to remove old tile floor. Although it takes longer, I prefer the chemical removal method. It leaves the hardwood in tact and eliminates the sanding/refinishing process.
Q:Prove that the floor(2x)=floor(x)+floor(x+1/2)?
Suppose that we split up x into its integer part y and its decimal part z (for example, we can split 3.6 up into 3 and 0.6). Then, we have: x = y + z. Then: floor(2x) = floor(2y + 2z), floor(x) = floor(y + z), and floor(x + 1/2) = floor(y + z + 1/2). For 0 < z < 1, floor(y + z) = y for all integers y (y is defined to be an integer, so this is fine). As for floor(2y + 2z) and floor(y + z + 1/2), we need to take cases. Now, if 0 < z < 0.5, then 0 < 2z < 1 and 0 < z + 1/2 < 1 and so: 2y < 2y + 2z < 2y + 1 and y < y + z + 1/2 < y + 1, which implies that 2x is some number between 2y and 2y + 1 and that x + 1/2 is some number between y and y + 1, which implies: floor(2x) = x and floor(x + 1/2) = x, so floor(2x) = floor(x) + floor(x + 1/2) when x is some integer plus a decimal between 0 and 0.5. As for the case 0.5 < z < 1, 1 < 2z < 2 and 1 < z + 1/2 < 1.5, so: 2y + 1 < 2y + 2z < 2y + 2 and y + 1 < y + z + 1/2 < y + 1.5, yielding floor(2y + 2z) = 2y + 1, floor(y + z + 1/2) = y + 1, and floor(y + z) = y, and so: floor(2y + 2z) = floor(y + z + 1/2) + floor(y + z) == floor(2x) = floor(x) + floor(x + 1/2). Combining these two cases proves floor(2x) = floor(x) + floor(x + 1/2) when x is not an integer. To prove the case when x is an integer, notice that: floor(2x) = 2x, floor(x) = x, and floor(x + 1/2) = x, when x is an integer, which shows that floor(2x) = floor(x) + floor(x + 1/2) when x is an integer. Combining these three cases yields floor(2x) = floor(x) + floor(x + 1/2) for all x (as required). I hope this helps!
Q:Is it possible to floor with laminate when you have an uneven floor?
You could probs make it work so long as its not to extreme
Q:Number Theory: floor and ceiling function?
Sorry, it's been a while since I've done floor & ceiling, but I believe that these functions take a number and either round it down to the integer (floor) or round it up. ie: floor would take 2.1, 2.4, 2.7, 2.9 and make them all equal to 2, and ceiling would make all of those numbers equal to 3. Only difference is if it is an even integer, than it stays that integer. The way I see it, there are NO numbers that satisfy the first one. This is because the floor function automatically lowers a number (takes 3.4 and makes it 3, or also takes -1.4 and makes it -2) so if you add .5 to it, it is automatically going to be higher. If x was 2.3, floor (x) = 2, but 2.3 +.5 = 2.8. These aren't equal For the Ceiling function, it is every integer that ends in .5. IE: say x=1.5. Ceiling (1.5) = 2, and 1.5 + .5 =2 - They are equal. Similarly, if x= - 2.5, Ceiling (-2.5)= -2, and -2.5 + .5 = -2. - they are equal. So I guess the way you'd say it is that the answer is i+.5 where i is the set of all integers. Something like that. Hope that helped...
Q:Floor time for babies?
as a lot of others said, just keep doing it to get him used to it. the other thing that has helped my baby is to be on the floor with her as much as possible, lie next to him, lie on your back and lie him down on his tummy on top of you so you are face to face, then gradually move him on to the floor. distract him with toys etc. he will get used to it, and will like it esp when he can move around. the other lifesaver has been an activity centre, like a walker but has no wheels, it is stationary and they can sit in it with toys etc round them. they are great.

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