by Cornell University Library What is Solid Wood Flooring? Solid wood is exactly as it sounds, one piece of wood from top to bottom. What is the difference between Laminate and Real Wood Floors? Real Wood floors will age and mature with your property, this means that they will mark and dent more easily than [...]

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by National Library of Scotland Softwood and Hardwood Wooden flooring is an art form to itself, from thin strip hardwood floors to wide plank flooring and tropical hardwood flooring. Having the correct wooden floor within the correct interior space has been one of the key design elements for centuries of many great homes and buildings. [...]

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by Cornell University Library Adhesive: A substance capable of holding materials together by surface attachment. It is a general term and includes cements, mucilage, and paste, as well as glue. Anisotropic: Exhibiting different properties when measured along different axes. In general, fibrous materials such as wood are anisotropic. Balanced Construction: A construction such [...]

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by The Field Museum Library White oak wood flooring has been an enduring feature of quality homes for generations. Oak floors are strong and durable as well as pleasing to the eye. This is one of the most important hardwood species as it is almost impermeable to moisture (the enemy of hardwood floors) and for [...]

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by National Library of Scotland   In the wood flooring industry, the term ‘old growth’ continues to be the subject of interpretation and controversy. At Madera Floors we make it our business to know more about wood than any other company, and to educate our customers so that they can make more informed purchasing decisions. [...]

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by The Library of Congress Wood flooring NY is the symbol of grace and long life, which is characterized by its shine and sturdiness. They are simply authentic piece of interior decorating material that looks marvelous with every touch. Also, with so many available patterns in the market, this form of flooring material is really [...]

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by State Library of New South Wales collection Interior designing matters a lot, whether it is a home or a commercial complex. Every individual would like to have something exotic and scintillating appeal to attract visitors. And for this purpose, wood flooring NJ is the most preferred one to have that suave look. There are [...]

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by The Library of Virginia For any commercial or residential complex flooring acquires a special position. Any place for say an office, a discotheque or a restaurant it is the flooring of that specific place that creates an impression on your mind. Wood Floors NJ offers you the best of the Flooring all over New [...]

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by Jewish Historical Society of the Upper Midwest One of the first choices you will have to consider in buying an oak floor is whether you are going to choose a solid hardwood product or a laminate product. Laminate is also known as engineered flooring and uses real wood on top of another material, usually [...]

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by George Eastman House Want a new look for your complex but in a dilemma of what kind of flooring to choose? So now all your confusion is ended as Wood Flooring New Jersey will offer you the best to put up in your new outlet or workplace. There are lots of things you need [...]

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