Yongsen Red Maple Antique Solid Wood Floor

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1、Material properties

Maple is divided into two kinds of hard and soft maple maple, is a temperate wood, wood is gray brown to gray and scarlet, the ring is not obvious, pipe hole and the small number of uniform distribution. Staggered maple wood, kidney structure is fine and uniform, soft and hard, fine pattern. Easy to process, the surface is not smooth, dry, easy to warp. Good performance, strong bonding strength. Mainly used for sheet metal plate.

2、Product Characteristic

1、 maple wood in the staggered, kidney structure is fine and uniform, lightweight and relatively hard, excellent pattern, color coordination, no scar knot, is a high-grade wood decoration. The world's best Canadian maple maple, also has the characteristics of warm in winter and cool in summer.

2、 Maple is a wonderful natural landscape, is the construction of decorative wood. It is easy to process, the surface is not smooth, dry, easy to warp. Good performance, strong bonding strength. Grip strength, strong, firm, durable, beautiful and high-grade.

White maple is a maple, now facing a lot of on floors and furniture, give people a fresh, simple feeling. More suitable for young people's aesthetic taste


Material: Maple

Style: Modern

Standard: National Standards

Scope of application: Corridor

Pattern: Wood

Special purpose: wear resistant

Plate finish: good

Surface shape: hand grasp pattern

Residual depression: no

Formaldehyde release rate: E0

Resistance: good

Wear layer thickness: 3cm

Abrasion resistance: good

Fading (stage): 1

Floor thickness: 18mm

Color: Red

Specifications: 910*122*18

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Yongsen Red Maple Antique Solid Wood Floor

Yongsen Red Maple Antique Solid Wood Floor

Yongsen Red Maple Antique Solid Wood Floor




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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:Like solid wood flooring, and it is easy to scratch, how to do ah
Traditional solid wood flooring, the surface is only covered with a layer of paint, wear resistance is indeed worse than the composite floor. But now a lot of brands to adopt new technology, 000 diamond surface titanium paint such as Baer, the floor of the Bordeaux rhyme with UV piano paint technology, greatly improve the wear resistance of solid wood flooring
Q:bamboo flooring vs. engineered hardwood flooring?
During extreme changes in the weather, natural hardwood flooring can expand and contract so much that it will buckle or warp. The core layer of an engineered hardwood floor gives it the ability to expand and contract without buckling or warping as natural hardwood flooring would. This means that engineered hardwood flooring is less affected by environmental conditions and can be installed in more areas than natural hardwood flooring. For example, unlike a natural hardwood floor, you can install an engineered hardwood floor in a humid or damp basement. An engineered hardwood floor can also be installed over radiant heating system without suffering any damage. If you install a natural hardwood floor over a radiant heating system, the natural hardwood floor could buckle, cup, or shrink.
Q:Solid wood floor price is probably now?
The price of solid wood flooring is currently in the general quality of 240 yuan / square meter. High grade is more than 300 yuan. This is my understanding and division, in case of business discounts, may buy the original price of more than 200 yuan after the discount of about 160-180 yuan, which is good
Q:Solid wood flooring with laminate flooring, which is better
Stability comparisonBecause the solid wood flooring and laminate floor structure itself, so the stability is also different, the bonding strength of plywood parquet determines its stability, and strengthen the floor completely broke the original wood tissue, destroy the shrinkage characteristics of anisotropic and moisture expansion and drying, the stability is relatively better.
Q:Which wood floor is better, real hardwoods, or engineered?
They would both scratch the same, the engineered floors have a thin layer of wood, over a cheaper wood, and cannot be sanded and refinished. I would opt for the hardwood, it can be refinshed numerous times. We have red oak in our house, he main part of the house has been refinished once, in 32 years. I use area rugs, where it gets the most wear. Washable ones.
Q:Can you install engineered hardwood flooring just like a laminate?
The simple answer is yes. It, however is not that easy to do. It has to go together like the early days laminates that had to be glued and clamped. You can get the clamp straps pretty cheap through harbor freight. Make sure you use a 2 in 1 or 3 in 1 underlayment that provides moisture barrier if that is a below ground level application. Home Depot has a book called flooring 1-2-3 that will help a lot for showing you how to do this. Hope this helps.
Q:Wood floors, Help!!?
the suitable stripper for wood flooring is the sanding approach. that's greater artwork yet you have gotten a greater useful threat of removing the previous end thoroughly. this technique will go away you with a sparkling slate to start over with.
Q:The good and bad points of engineered hardwood floors verses solid hardwood floors.?
I have installed both engineered and solid and would probably recommend a good quality engineered board for use with underfloor heating this must be laid as a floating floor and would generally have a 5 mm veneer over a 15 mm ply back. Good quality engineered tends to be less expensive than solid and can be re sanded up to four times and once laid you wouldn't be able to see any difference installation costs would be about the same. solid would be my choice with a self applied wax oil finish in preference to a acrylic factory lacquer if cost and heating considerations were not an issue. good luck and enjoy your new floor.
Q:What is the best way to get up engineered hardwood floors that have been glued down?
Set a circular saw to the thickness of the wood and make many cuts across the grain every foot or so.That way you are removing small pieces which are easier than longer planks. Then its called sweat blood and tears unfortunately. A super bar and a good 20 oz hammer will do. The other way which it a lot easier but more costly is a panther or other heavy electric floor scraper. It still is easier on the machine also to again cut across the grain every foot or so. The smaller you make the pieces the easier they come up. Good Luck

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