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T & G timber floors

Floors of this type are of solid timber or a product made up from layers of timber, bonded together. The species or species mix of the timber chosen will generally determine the overall colour of the floor.
T & G timber floors that are laid over joists and battens will squeak more than those laid over a subfloor such as structaflor or plywood. Timber is a natural product and therefore responds to changes in weather conditions which can cause swelling or shrinking of the floorboards. Floor finishes will not prevent timber movement but may reduce the response to climatic changes. Floor finishes are grouped into water based, solvent based, oil based and composite oil/solvent based finishes.
To calculate the linear metres of flooring required:
Area of floor (m2) x 1000 + Wastage(10%)
Cover width (mm)
Pine tongue and groove flooring, properly installed will provide an attractive and comfortable long-lasting floor. Pine floors can be used in virtually any domestic situation although in ‘wet areas’ such as laundries and bathrooms, care should be taken to protect the timber with a suitable finish. For industrial applications, it absorbs vibration and heavy distributed loads and wears evenly.
Effective cross-ventilation of all sub-floor spaces is essential in accordance with building regulations. By providing sub-floor ventilation and effective termite protection the risk of decay and insect attack is minimised.
Timber is an excellent insulator and unlike some other floor surfaces is not cold to the touch. In high traffic areas it is recommended that loose rugs are used.

T & G timber floors

Floors of this type are of solid timber or a product made up from layers of timber, bonded together. The species or species mix of the timber chosen will generally determine the overall colour of the floor.
T & G timber floors that are laid over joists and battens will squeak more than those laid over a subfloor such as structaflor or plywood. Timber is a natural product and therefore responds to changes in weather conditions which can cause swelling or shrinking of the floorboards. Floor finishes will not prevent timber movement but may reduce the response to climatic changes. Floor finishes are grouped into water based, solvent based, oil based and composite oil/solvent based finishes.
To calculate the linear metres of flooring required:
Area of floor (m2) x 1000 + Wastage(10%)
Cover width (mm)
Pine tongue and groove flooring, properly installed will provide an attractive and comfortable long-lasting floor. Pine floors can be used in virtually any domestic situation although in ‘wet areas’ such as laundries and bathrooms, care should be taken to protect the timber with a suitable finish. For industrial applications, it absorbs vibration and heavy distributed loads and wears evenly.
Effective cross-ventilation of all sub-floor spaces is essential in accordance with building regulations. By providing sub-floor ventilation and effective termite protection the risk of decay and insect attack is minimised.
Timber is an excellent insulator and unlike some other floor surfaces is not cold to the touch. In high traffic areas it is recommended that loose rugs are used.

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