All about Timber and  Laminate Flooring 

Timber Flooring 

Timber Flooring use to have a limited range of timbers to choose from, now you can have, Blackbutt, Blue Gum, Brushbox, Cypress Pine, Ironbark, Kempas, Jarrah, Merbau, Spotted Gum, Tallowwood, Tassie Oak, Walnut. If you want to know more about timber and laminate flooring then you can visit https://www.esspada.com/.

If you’re renovating an old house, then the chances of finding timber floors underneath, when you rip up the old carpet are fairly high. These floors can be brought back to life, with a bit of work.

solid timber flooring

There are various grades of wood. The factory sorts the timber into different grades depending on the aesthetics of each piece. As timber is a natural product, it may not have uniform colors and textures.

It’s best to install Timbers Floors where there is low humidity, when installing it recommended to leave Timber exposed to the humidity of the room for a couple of days, to reduce the risk of warping

Laminate Flooring 

Laminated Flooring, also know as Engineered Timber Flooring

If you’re a do-it-yourselfer, then Laminate flooring is relativity easy to install, because most Laminate flooring systems use a click-together system that makes them simple to install.

Since laminate flooring is made of composite timber material, laminated together, it has hard wearing top coat, which won’t suffer from dents easily as Timber – So girls you can still wear your high heel stilettos.

Cleaning is, just like cleaning a vinyl floor, spay and dry mop. Don’t flood your floor with too much water as this an enemy of all timber flooring.

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