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What is engineered wood flooring made of?
Engineered wood flooring consists of a plywood or high-density fibreboard (HDF) core with a hardwood veneer on top of the surface to simulate virtually any hardwood. It has excellent moisture and heat resistance, giving any room a modern feel like wood.
What is the thickness of an engineered floor?
Our engineered hardwood floor consists of a top layer of 4.0mm / 3.0 mm, the core layer is typically between 8-10mm, and overall thicknesses of up to 15mm are available.
What is the difference between Engineered wood and Solid Wood Floors?
Solid wood is made from a single piece of wood that has been cut straight from the tree trunk while engineered hardwood flooring is done in layers with a prefinished fine hardwood layer on top.
Are Engineered Floors suitable for underfloor heating?
Engineered flooring is the most compatible wood flooring for underfloor heating systems because it has been designed and made in such a way to give the planks dimensional stability which causes the floor to expand and contract in response to the daily temperature changes caused by underfloor heating.
What methods can be used to install the Engineered Floors?
- Engineered wood flooring can be installed by a number of techniques.
- Nail Down Installation – Appropriate with a wood or plywood subfloor
- Glue Down Installation – Suitable with concrete subfloor
- Floating Method – Floating floor installation happens where it is glued at the tongue and groove and floated over a finest underlayment.
Do you like to install wooden floors over a concrete surface? Then, you can choose this long-lasting wood from us.
What is an AC rating for Laminate Flooring?
The Abrasion Class (AC) rating is an important aspect to consider when choosing laminate flooring
It is a wear rating (1-6) given to laminate flooring to measure its durability, which means the higher the AC rating, the more durable the laminate will be. The underneath table indicates the AC rating and its appropriate uses.
What is HDF?
HDF (High-density fibreboard), is basically a high-density, moisture-resistant fiber board. It is a stronger, harder product with normal density and is mainly used in laminate flooring where this density is required.
What is the difference between Laminate and Hardwood Flooring?
Hardwood flooring is made of 100% wood, whereas laminate is a high-density fibreboard (HDF) floor covering with a wood-look photographic layer that’s topped with a hardy, clear wear layer.
What is the tongue and groove in laminate floors?
The tongue on laminate flooring is the small flat edge on top of the board, while the bottom side comprises the groove edge which is a higher, wider side holding a lip to clutch the boards together when locked.
How Long Does Laminate Flooring Last?
The average lifespan for laminate flooring is between 15 and 25 years, but it can vary from as short as 5 years to as long as 30 years. The differences in life expectancy depend on the quality of laminate flooring, maintenance, and the traffic it receives. No matter whether it was properly installed but if you choose low-grade laminate for high traffic areas, its longevity will decrease from the average duration.
A collection of the most frequently asked questions about Waterproof Laminate Floors.
How many layers are there in Lamiwood’s waterproof laminate flooring?
Our waterproof flooring is made up of 4 layers –
What’s the difference between waterproof vs. water-resistant flooring?
Waterproof floors are more durable and can withstand more serious accidents such as floods as well as spills while Water-resistant floors are designed to contain only a small amount of spillage for a limited period of time.
How do you care for a waterproof laminated floor?
Waterproof laminate flooring can be mopped with clean warm water and diluted floor cleaner on a regular basis and harsh cleaners, chemicals, scratchy tools are not recommended as they can scratch the floor.
How long does waterproof flooring last?
We provide a 30-year warranty for private living areas and a 5-year warranty for commercial areas.*
When the traditional wood is not right for you, our enhanced wood will surely please you. You may install it over basements and concrete sub-floors.
What is Wood Plastic Composite decking (WPC)?
Wood Plastic Composite is a sustainable material that refers to the use of reclaimed wood fiber and recycled plastic waste to produce products like decking/cladding. Lamiwood decking offers a modern look and is much easier to care for than a purely natural material.
What is Co-Extrusion Decking?
Co-extruded decking is an innovative decking option with a co-extruded surface that has a scratch resistance surface and is around 3 to 4 times better than regular decking.
What maintenance does WPC require?
Our composite decking does not require painting or oiling, dirt can easily be removed using a high-pressure water jet.
Is WPC suitable for use around swimming pools?
Yes definitely, Lamideck is ideal for any area of the house, be it as a fun terrace or an area around the pool.
Will WPC Decking become slippery?
WPC Decking is not as slippery compared to wood. Even extreme temperature fluctuations, intense sunlight, and high humidity do not affect the physical and mechanical properties of Lamideck.
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