The following technical information is provided by the Australian Timber Flooring Association. For additional information, head to www.atfa.com.au
Owner Expectations for Completed Timber Floors
This information sheet outlines reasonable owner expectations for an onsite sanded and finished timber floor. This includes solid T&G flooring, parquetry and other flooring types that have been sanded and finished onsite or recoated.
When you choose timber, you are not only selecting a beautifully individual floor made from a renewable resource, you’re also making a positive impact on climate change.
Timber Floor Care
Caring for your timber floor varies in ease of maintenance depending on the type of coating used and the severity of use and always greatly benefits from regular care. In doing so, the life of the floor finish and floor are greatly enhanced.
Timber Floor Hardness
The hardness of timber is not directly related to how hard or easy the timber is to work with various tools, but is a measure of the resistance of the wood to indentation. The hardness figures most commonly used are those obtained from the Janka test.
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