Finding the Right Timber Floorboard That Best Suits Your Needs

 

Types of Timber Floorboards available. There are many different types of timber floorboards that you can choose from. These include solid hardwood floorboards, engineered floorboards, laminated timber floorboards, and pre-finished floorboards to name a few. The type of timber floorboard you decide upon should be dependent upon the environment in which you live, and whether or not it will be installed in a bathroom, kitchen, or other room. Also, the amount of traffic on the floor will get will have an effect on which type you will need to look into.

Solid Timber Floorboards: In this category, there are basically three types of production styles available. These include solid hardwood floorboards, engineered flooring, and laminated timber floorboards. With solid hardwoods, the boards are actually solid pieces of wood that have been veneered together in a certain manner so that they will bond together when they become one piece. This is usually done using two kinds of bonding agents, one to adhere the board together and one to seal it. Engineered flooring on the other hand, will be a solid piece of wood with the boards attached to one another through glue or nails.

Laminate Flooring: This type of timber floorboards will consist of a plastic base under the boards, and a coating over the top of the plastic layer to make it durable. The laminated timber floorboards will then be put into a mould, which will create the design of the floorboard. Many companies will create custom designs for customers in this fashion.

When it comes to choosing your timber floorboards, you will want to find out if they are designed to be stain resistant, or moisture resistant. You should also consider whether you need a high gloss finish or an oil based stain. Some companies will offer unfinished floors, while others will offer both pre-finished and unfinished wooden flooring. If you live in an area that gets a lot of moisture, then you may find that unfinished floors are the best option for you, as the finish will be much more durable than oil based stains.

Hardwood Flooring: This type of timber floorboards can be found at most home improvement stores, as well as some furniture retailers and flooring retailers. You can also buy hardwood floors from many hardware stores, as well as from some home improvement warehouses. This type of wood floor can also be made to order, but you may find that you can get a better deal by shopping online for hardwood floors.

Subfloor: This is what underlies the timber floorboards, and there are several different types of subflooring that you can use for your home. You can use a variety of different materials in your subfloor, including cork, concrete, limestone, tile and even carpet. Depending on the climate of your home and the area you live in, you will need to choose the appropriate sub flooring for your hardwood floors.

Timber Frame: This is the middle part of the wood floorboard. It is the part that provides the base for the timber floorboards that you install in your home. There are many different types of timber frame, including L-shaped and cross-linked. Most timber floorboards have a cross-linked section that consists of four pieces that link together in the middle.

Hardwood Flooring: These types of timber floorings are generally preferred over engineered flooring because they are more durable and last longer than engineered flooring. The cost of this flooring is more expensive than cork or linoleum flooring, but it is worth it if you want the look of hardwood floors in your home. These are also able to be installed on top of existing floors. However, this type of flooring may cause problems if it is situated on an uneven foundation. If this is the case, you may want to contact a qualified flooring installer to check for any other options you have in order to achieve the look and durability that you desire.