Distressed Floating Laminate Floor with EIR Surface V Groove , Dark
Walnut Wood Flooring
12mm Distressed Laminate flooring 6908 with handscraped surface in
Specifications of Laminate Flooring:
12mm Distressed Laminate flooring 6615 with handscraped surface in
Arc/Double/Single/Unilin Cilck/Valinge click
Brown /White/Green HDF board, density 800kg-950kg/m3
E0 Standard less than 0.5 mg/L, E1 Standard less than 1.5mg/L
Square edge, V Groove
Packing and loading
25 years from delivery date
FOB Shanghai or CFR/CIF your port
Laminate Flooring Description:
Wear Layer: The top layer of laminate flooring, the material is
crystallization AL2O3, so it's high wear resistance layer.so it
protect the flooring against with friction.
Design Layer: Different kinds of colors for laminate flooring,
because of different kinds of decorative paper.
Core Layer: The Core based board of flooring. all of the paper
attached on the board.
Stabilizing Layer: Because of the overlay and decorative paper is
melamine paper. It has tension, so it need the balance paper to
keep balance. so the floor is straight, not bend.
Installing Laminate Flooring:
Installing laminate flooring is one of the easiest home remodeling
projects that the average homeowner can do themselves. In most
cases, you should be able to complete a room within a single day --
or less, depending on the type of product you're using.
All laminate flooring is installed as a "floating" floor - meaning
it is laid on top of your existing surface without being glued down
or attached in any way. When you fit together your planks, you must
remember not to make a perfect wall-to-wall floor - leave a small
gap along all walls to allow for any expansion caused by humidity
and heat, and cover the gap with baseboard moulding.
Laminate flooring planks (or tiles) come with locking
tongue-and-groove designs so they fit perfectly together.
Traditional planks that are glued together according to the
manufacturers' specifications. This forms an incredibly secure
bond, but can be time-consuming and require extra time for cleanup.
Pre-glued planks that you wipe down with water (to activate the
glue) before setting into place.
Glueless flooring that is held in place by a variety of locking
mechanisms or joints attached to the underside of the planks.
Today's glueless brands are as secure traditional laminate flooring
but often are more costly.
In the end, your choice may depend on your budget, your time
available and your personal preference. Some do-it-yourselfers like
the challenge of installing flooring with glue.