Optimal installation method for Engineered Floorboard

Engineered Timer is a result of extensive experiences and improved techniques in floor making. With said, Engineered Timber is one of a kind in flooring which provides the features,grains and the feel of natural timber while offering the accessibility, affordability and robustness of a laminate. Though, with these conveniences, Engineered Timber could also be troublesome if not installed properly. Here are a few tips and tricks that will help you in installing a perfectly stable Engineered Floorboard.

  1.Applying glue at tongue and groove

This is the most commonly used and popular way of installing Floating Engineered Floorboards in both and House and Apartments. It is time saving and suitable for both timber and concrete surfaces. This type of installation,however, can only be used to install floorboard upon an even surface as the floor laid upon the surface can only be as even as the surface beneath, thus, having a flat surface is vital for attaining a stable floorboard.

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Five types of timber floors for unit and apartment

Apartments now has become a major consideration and made up a huge market in Sydney property market. More and more owners are now replacing their carpet with different types of timber floors. This article will mainly highlight the features, advantages and disadvantages of five types of timber floors, laminate, bamboo, engineered floor (3mm/6mm) and slid woods that are available in the market.   1. Reasonable yet reliable floor: Laminate   Laminate is considered to be the easiest to install, the cheapest and the most reliable. Laminate can easily be installed in both concrete and timber surfaces as long as the surface is even. An experience installer can install up to 50 m2 per day with a cost of $40-60/m2. Moreover, the surface of laminate has a layer of aluminium oxide which is 9 times scratch resistance than a solid timber with a 4500 rotation. However, like all of the timber floors, laminate is sensitive to water and thus has a lower level of water resistant. Secondly...
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