Warranty

Warranty

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Warranty from Floor Depot(Not total applied for some clearance product) Contact us for details What is guaranteed by Floor Depot? 25-Year Residential Limited warranty The manufacturer warrants to the original purchaser that the engineered hardwood surface will not wear through under normal residential conditions, for a period of 25 years from the date of purchase.…

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What are floor fire ratings?

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Floors: ASTM E648 – This is the standard test method for critical radiant flux of floor-covering systems using a radiant heat energy source. The critical radiant flux of the flooring is determined by igniting it to see how far the flame spreads prior to self-extinguishing. The higher the number, the better the fire resistance. A…

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FLOORBOARDS BOWING AND CROWNING

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One of the biggest allures of engineered wood flooring is its resistance to damage from water and moisture, something that absolutely destroys the lifespan of a solid hardwood floor. Many homeowners can install engineered wood flooring in moisture rich spots like their kitchens, basements, or even bathrooms with sound peace of mind that it will…

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Floor slip resistance

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Floor slip resistance testing is the science of measuring the coefficient of friction (or resistance to slip accidents) of flooring surfaces, either in a laboratory (before or after installation) or on floors in situ. Slip resistance testing (or floor friction testing) is usually desired by the building’s owner or manager when there has been a…

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Difference between Laminate and Engineered Hardwood

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Difference between Laminate and Engineered Hardwood Wooden floors are becoming more popular in households and it is essential to choose the right type for your home. There are many similar benefits such as durability, versatility and family friendly and unique benefits from choosing Laminate or Engineered hardwood. There are lots of different options to suit…

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