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21
Jun

What are floor slip ratings?

Floor slip resistance testing is the science of measuring the coefficient of friction (or resistance to slip accidents) of flooring surfaces, either in a laboratory (before or after installation) or on floors in situ. Slip resistance testing (or floor friction testing) is usually desired by the building's owner or manager when there has been a report of a slip and fall accident, when there has been a report of a near accident, or (preferably) before…

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21
Jun

What are the different types of grades for flooring?

Prime Grade Also known as Select or AB grade is the highest of the three grades of flooring and would usually have the following characteristics: Slight colour variation between the boards  and more uniform look except for timbers where variation in colour adds to its beauty and is the main feature of the wood. The grain is straighter than in other grades and sometimes the boards have very few, infrequent small knots…

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27
Mar

Difference between Laminate and Engineered Hardwood

Difference between Laminate and Engineered Hardwood Wooden floors are becoming more popular in households and it is essential to choose the right type for your home. There are many similar benefits such as durability, versatility and family friendly and unique benefits from choosing Laminate or Engineered hardwood. There are lots of different options to suit your budget and your family’s needs. With so much choices I have compiled an easy…

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28
Aug

What is the difference between lacquered and oiled finishes on wooden floors?

What is the difference between lacquered and oiled finishes on wooden floors? Oiled or lacquered? Both oil and lacquer finished floors have their advantages. Really all you should consider is the look you want, after all, you will see it and live on it every day. Lacquered finishes  Reduce scratches on your lacquered or oiled floor by using quality floor protectors to your appliances and removing shoes.  Lacquered floors need…

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