When preparing for timber flooring installation, there are a lot of factors to consider and details to put together prior the process.
As a timber supplier, you must know how to handle the woods to be delivered to the destination. Flooring must be at the best condition, meaning to say, there are things that should not be overlooked such as the moisture. Moisture plays an important role in the life span of the timber flooring. You have to practice all the procedures to be done before installation, during and even after.
Yes, during the installation, the site temperature must be set according to the required level. The installation area must have a stable and consistent temperature to attain a good outcome but if it is not possible, some chemicals may be used as liquid membrane to protect the woods from being rotten.
Timber are stored carefully. Since these woods are sensitive, you must still consider the temperature and air flow. It is advised that timber must not be placed in an enclosed package or should not be wrapped. Stacking is the best way to keep woods in a storage area wherein the air can circulate freely. Timber for flooring should not be kept under the sun, with direct sunlight or near heating objects and not also near damp places. If you’re specifically looking for a long lasting, low maintenance and sturdy option we recommend Havwoods hardwood flooring – we’ve worked with their timber on a number of projects and have received fantastic service and outstanding products consistently.
You may think that these heavy duty and hard materials do not need maintenance but in reality, in order to have a first class quality of products, these timbers must be handled with proper care. That is why choosing the best suppliers and installers is a must because if you get someone who does not follow the correct way of handling the timber floorings then do not expect to have a long-lasting wood floorings in your house or any establishment where you want to be installed.