Prefinished flooring allows for easy installation, and is available with many different type of wood.
Prefinished wood is cut to size with a groove and tongue that lock the pieces together for a solid fit. Its big advantage is that the floor surface is already coated with a very strong finish, either polyurethane or a similar hardwearing substance. This makes the wood very durable the moment it is acquired. Polyurethane coating is difficult to apply to conventional wooden flooring as it requires several days to be properly cured, during which time the floor cannot be walked upon. Prefinished floors can be walked upon the moment installation is finished.
Advantages of Prefinished Timber Flooring Perth:
- It can be used the moment it is installed, not waiting for the floor to dry.
- There are no issues with Volatile chemical (VOC) in the air, the finish is already set.
- There are no real dust or woodchip issues once the floorboards are cut to size.
- Installation is a simple as possible
- Installation is so quick, often less than half a day.
- Though the floorboards are initially more expensive the completed floor works out cheaper. There is nothing to add to the floorboards once they are installed.
- The pre-applied finish is as good, if not better, than anything than can be applied to raw wood.
Prefinished Timber Floors Perth
Prefinished timber is ideal for home projects or any situation where the installation must be quick and straightforward. It requires minimal tools and construction knowledge, and can be used from the moment it is installed.
Floating Timber Floors Perth
Prefinished timber works well for floating floors. Floating floors are not fixed to the underlying floor, which gives the room a certain degree of acoustic isolation. Normal, unfinished, timber requires sanding and surface treatment, which is not really possible on a floating floor. But prefinished timber works quite well when used as a floating floor.
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