Pros and Cons of Wood Floor

For a Durable Wooden Floor in addition to maintenance, we also need to recognize the type of wooden floor before you decide to buy and use it for home. For more info you can visit RFC Website.

Types of Wood Floors circulating in the market has a type of Solid, Engineered and Laminated.

 

Solid Wood Floor

 

This type of wood floor is a floor made of real wood. This type is formed to resemble a panel-shaped wooden floor and has a gap that makes it easy to install. The solid wood floor also has more thickness than Engineered and Laminated, the thickness of this floor type is on average between 1.5 to 2.2 cm. Another advantage is the appearance of the wood fibers can be seen and also the most powerful among other types of wood floors.

Although many advantages, but this solid wood floor also has shortcomings, among others, is wood is not resistant to changes in weather is the wood will experience expansion or shrink if not treated properly.

 

Wooden Engineered Flooring

 

This type of floor is also called multi-layer. Wooden floors are similar to solid wood floor is in the making with solid wood cut into pieces with a certain thickness size which is then stacked crossed the horizontal and vertical. The piles of solid wood are then pressed to become solid. The upper part is then covered with a protector so that it makes it smooth and dust or dirt does not enter into the sidelines of wood or pores.

 

Laminated Wood Floor (High Density Fiber)

 

Laminated Wood Floor or High Density Fiber (HDF) This basic material used to make it is a wood powder compacted with high temperatures. Just like the engineered wooden floor, the top of the wooden floor is also given a layer that prevents it from scratching. If a lot of wood floors are traversed many people then choose laminated laminated wood floor with a high level layer, so this wood floor can withstand scratches.

Thus about the advantages and disadvantages of Wood Floor, may be useful.