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It wasn't too terribly long ago when hardwood flooring began showing
up in rooms other than the most formal of spaces. These days, you can
install a high quality wood floor just about anywhere — from a converted
attic to a finished basement. It's simply a matter of selecting the
proper type of flooring — in a style that suits your particular vision
of the rooms you're building or renovating.
Tarkett's solid wood floors live up to their name. They are
precisely milled from a singe piece of wood and cut 3/8"or ¾"thick in
random lengths up to 7'. Widths of 2-1/4"and 3-1/4"are available in a
variety of species and are pre-finished colors. Solid floors must be
nailed down on or above ground level over OSB board or plywood subfloor.
Engineered wood floors are multi-ply constructions of real wood
precisely bonded under intense heat and pressure. This process renders
them less susceptible to expansion and contraction, making engineered
floors perfect for installation in rooms with varying degrees of
Choose from 3"or 5" widths and 3/8", ½", or 9/16"
thickness in random lengths up to 42". Engineered plank floors 3/8"
thick and up may be floated, glued, nailed down or stapled down above,
on or below ground level over an OSB board, plywood or concrete subfloor.
Once installed, the single board surface width gives the appearance of a
solid wood floor.
Featuring all benefits of engineered plank flooring plus even more
installation versatility, the standard 7-1/2" width by 9/16" thickness
by 8' length makes ths multi-ply a popular choice. Float, glue or
staple down over almost any sound, flat and dry subfloor above, on or
below ground level. Generous single board surface widths are
particularly suited to large, open spaces, while triple board surface
widths complement any decor.
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