Timber Finishes

  Penetrating finishes such as oils and waxes penetrate the surface of the timber and are absor...
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Customers Please Ensure The Following.

Ensure that time restraints don’t affect the procedure required for new timber flooring works. This ...
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General Procedure Of Flooring Works

Timber flooring and associated materials delivered to site. Stored inside. Acclimatising of material...
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Caring For Your Timber Floor

Allow 7 days before moving furniture onto the finished floor. Apply felt pads to the base of all fur...
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Coating Finishes

Penetrating finishes such as oils and waxes penetrate the surface of the timber and are absorbed int...
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Sanding & Coating Facts

The aim of sanding is to close the grain of the timber in order to provide a smooth surface for the ...
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Installation Facts

Timber flooring should be installed once all plaster work is complete and all windows and external d...
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Timber Flooring Facts

Timber flooring is produced from trees. There are no two trees the same. Therefore, there are no two...
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13 February 2014
Installation Facts
Timber Flooring Facts
Timber flooring should be installed once all plaster work is complete and all windows and external door openings are sealed.  Also, all sub-floor ventilation should be free from obstacles and all...
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13 February 2014
Caring For Your Timber Floor
Timber Flooring Facts
Allow 7 days before moving furniture onto the finished floor.Apply felt pads to the base of all furniture to avoid excessive scratching.Allow a minimum10 to 14 days for the finish to fully cure, ie ha...
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25 February 2014
Timber Finishes
Timber Flooring Facts
 Penetrating finishes such as oils and waxes penetrate the surface of the timber and are absorbed into the wood fibers. These finishes have a mat or satin appearance. They require more maintenanc...
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