Timber Finishes

  Penetrating finishes such as oils and waxes penetrate deep into the wood fibers. These finishes ha...
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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
Sanding & Coating Facts
Timber Flooring Facts
The aim of sanding is to close the grain of the timber in order to provide a smooth surface for the desired coating to be applied evenly across the floor.The Certified Contractor working on a new floo...
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13 February 2014
Timber Flooring Facts
Timber Flooring Facts
Timber flooring is produced from trees.There are no two trees the same.Therefore, there are no two lengths of flooring the same.Timber flooring is a random blend of natural colours, grains and texture...
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13 February 2014
Coating 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 maintenance than...
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