wpc decking ,wpc outdoor decking,waterproof WPC flooring

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Wood-Plastic Composite (WPC)  floor accessory is manufactured from a combination of plastic, natural fiber and some additives using special equipments. It mixes natural fiber and plastic perfectly to keep the natural impression of wood but with rich colors of plastic. It has gradually replaced wood and plastic, getting widely used in more and more fields.

For our wpc decking floor, there are many kinds of types, such as TW-K01(150 x 35 mm)TS-01(150 x 25mm), TH-07(140 x 30 mm), TS-A01(90 x 20mm),TH-16(133 x 24 mm, solid design) etc..

1. Material: 50% natural wood flour; 35%~40%HDPE, 10%~15% additives

2. Color: cedar, grey ,red pine, coffee, brown, nature wood etc.

3. Usage: outdoor, garden, summer house, villa, pool surrounds, exterior floor, seaside walk board etc.

4. Normal length: 5.4 meters/pc, can also be cut according to the requirement of customer.

5. Surface treating methods: Brushing, groove, sanding, embossing etc.

6. CE Approved

7. Advantages:

Keep the excellent character of plastic

Have the properties of wood

Produce fire-new WPC

weatherproof

easy to cut, fix and glue

Can be recycled with 100%

no crack, split, warp, or splinter

easy to tenon , drill and nail

No sting of wood

High dimensional stability

Natural feeling0

Requires less routine maintenance

Resistance to insects

Resistance to UV

Is environmentally friendly

easy to manufacture manifold profiles

innocuous

Multicolor, and needn't to painting

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Q:how do i lay 3 part epoxy resin floor?
Normally an epoxy resin floor is 2 part epoxy with a third component is color flacks that are hand spread over the resin as it is spread on the floor.. I am assuming you are going to apply this to a concrete floor. Mix the resin according to the instructions on the box or container it comes in. Follow all instructions that come with the product relative preparing the floor, such as cleaning up dirt and grease. once the resin is mixed in a large enough sized container. You may want to apply the resin around the outside edges of the floor about 5 or 6 inches with a throw away brush. spread the resin on the rest of the floor with a paint rollers. Do relatively small sections at a time and sprinkle the color flakes over each section as though you were broadcasting grass seed or ice melt. You will probably find that you will need 2 coats of the resin to cover the floor well.
Q:How do I install laminate flooring on a concrete floor?
You can install the flooring over the concrete easily. It is known as a floating floor. Make sure you check the manufacturer's instructions though because they may require specifics to maintain the manufacturer warranty on the product. (i.e. gluing down may void warranty). If the manufacturer does not provide instructions, or you cannot find them, you can reference another manufacturer to determine best methods. I have linked the Pergo install guide page below. The residual glue on your concrete may pose some problems but the underlayment you put down under the flooring assists in overcoming this. You need to have an underlayment though. 1st thing I would suggest is testing the concrete floor for moisture content. Anything over 4-5% will possibly create problems. Adding a 6mil (min.) vapor barrier is preferred over concrete with overlapping seams. After testing the concrete, make sure to remove any large areas of glue that stick up. While you don't need to remove it all, the floor level should be free from anything sticking up more than 1/16 Installing new laminate flooring as a floating floor is a preferred method as it will help allow for expansion and contraction of the wood during cold/warm temperatures. You need to therefore also leave a gap around the perimeter of the room and islands. As for saws... The preferred saw I have used (and seen used) for laminate flooring is a radial arm saw (10 blade). For ripping down boards lengthwise, you pretty much need a table saw to do it properly. However, without these 2 specialty tools, you can use a hand held circular saw for most all boardccuts assuming you can consistently keep cuts straight. A jigsaw will help with small cuts around obstacles and door frames but a coping saw could be subbed (again assuming cuts will be straight) Lastly, to undercut door frames, you need a straight hand saw or on of the newer oscillating flush cut tools. Hand saw is cheap but hard to use. Oscillating tool is easy but runs about $100.
Q:Eco friendly floor cover, warm and soft underfoot?
Go for cork tiles. They meet all of your criteria.
Q:Radiant heat floors? Are they any good?
Are you talking about main floor or basement? If main floor, and basement unfinished, it would be done by staple-up from underneath, and would still be serviceable. If in basement (which is really the BEST application for this type of heat), they would be surrounded by concrete and when they fail, hopefully 50 years later, you would probably opt to quit using it. I'm considering doing this myself--it is a very DIY project (staple-up, that is)--but, so far I've found you need a dedicated boiler or the means to control the temp which has to be in the 110F range. We already have hydronic heat, but would have to adapt it. Is that what you already have? Otherwise, it seems to get rave reviews, and I guess like you I worry about the longevity (fairly new stuff, I think?) but I believe the mfrs. DO stand behind their products---just not sure if that's good enough yet. Hope some more people will contribute here, I want to find out more myself (opinions from users vs. sellers).
Q:Is There Secret 13th FlOor?
No its just for the superstitious folk as 13 is an unlucky number
Q:What is the best kitchen flooring for a home with a very slobbery dog?
slate. it's not cheap but it is definitely great for dog slobber and spills in general...
Q:How do you properly mop a floor?
You are leaving the dirty stuff on the floor? How are you picking up the Pinesol mixture? You wring out the mop, mop, clean in the solution, wring, mop, etc. Then clean mop in clear water and rinse floor by going over it again, changing water from time to time. The put a big bath towel under each foot and skate the floor dry to eliminate water streaks.
Q:Laundry: What type of vinyl flooring?
I highly recommend ALLURE Vinyl Plank Flooring if your painted floor is even enough.
Q:Cleaning linoleum flooring ?
You can use one cup of ammonia to at least one gallon of water. It will support strip a few the ancient wax . Be cautious of the fumes and ensure the field is good ventilated. After you get the ground stripped to the white practice a well acrylic wax. Armstrong used to promote a wax that got here in a crimson can(cant keep in mind its title) Or a janitor suppily has business liquid wax that's beautiful well.
Q:Math question regarding ceiling and floor functions?
Let x= k+p where k is an integer and 0<=p<1 (obviously k is first integer less than x) floor(-x)=floor(-k-p) and since k or -k is an integer we can take it out of floor(or ceiling) floor(-x)=-k +floor(-p) floor(-p)=-1 when -1<-p<0 and floor(-p)=0 when p=0 -ceiling(x)=-ceiling(k+p)=-k - ceiling(p) ceiling(p)=1 when 0<p<1 and ceiling(p)=0 when p=0 then floor(-p)=-ceiling(p) thus we proved floor(-x)=-ceiling(x) ceiling(-x)=celing(-k-p)= -k + celing(-p) ceiling(-p)=0 when -1<-p<=0 -floor(x)=-floor(k+p)=-k - floor(p) -floor(p)=0 when 0<=p<1 then ceiling(-p)=-floor(p) thus we proved ceiling(-x)=-floor(x)

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