We have all the brands for laminate version with varying thickness and finishes. Alike is the availability for hard and engineering wood types. All varieties come with reasonable warranty of 10 -15 years including lifetime for some variants. The basic quality imperatives of impact, scratch, corrosion, dampness resistance are ensured invariably in all our product range. Prompt and quality Installation support; be it for floor, wall, ceiling, niches, pillars…etc. are provided as per the requirement.
What is wooden flooring?
Wooden flooring is a floor of wood instead of plaster, tiles and, stones.
Types of wooden flooring?
There are three types of wooden flooring :
Laminate wooden flooring.
Engineered wood wooden flooring.
Hardwood wooden flooring.
What is laminate wooden flooring?
Laminate flooring is a compressed fiberboard plank, covered by a photographic image of wood, stone or tile and a protective overlay.
Why laminate flooring is in trend today?
It's economical and has reasonable lasting warranties owing to surface treatment.
Click-lock designs are simple to install.
A wide variety of imitations of natural materials is available.
Where to lay Laminate Wooden and Engineered wooden flooring?
Anywhere; Living areas, studies and playrooms. Some products include a waterproof core, and manufacturers claim they are suitable for bathrooms and kitchens.
What is Engineered Wooden flooring?
Each floorboard consists of three or four layers of wood, glued together at right angles to create a plank around 14mm thick. It has a real wood veneer of around 4mm thick on top, which means it can be sanded back and treated to restore the original finish if it becomes scuffed, worn or damaged.
What is Hardwood wooden flooring?
Each board is made from a single piece of wood, typically 18-20mm thick. It is usually fitted using tongue-and-groove. All types of wood have a hardness score, which indicates how easily they can be damaged, dented or worn by everyday wear and tear. Solid wood flooring can be sanded back to restore the finish – the number of times is determined by how deep the tongue is set from the top of the board.
What are the pros and cons of Hardwood wooden flooring?
As far as pros; It looks fabulous, provided it’s installed correctly, else; solid wood swells in damp conditions and shrinks in dry ones; It’s the toughest (out of the three types of floorings) to install.