Decking Flooring

Outdoor decking represents the wood flooring used to cover outdoor surfaces. … Their characteristics make them suitable for decking, together with the heat-treated bamboo and ash. Decking (or outdoor parquet) is perfect for covering terraces, gardens, balconies, patios, pool edges, walkways and gazebos.

Thermally modified wood, is wood that has been modified by a controlled pyrolysis process of wood being heated (> 180 °C) in absence of oxygen inducing some chemical changes to the chemical structures of cell wall components (lignin, cellulose and hemicellulose) in the wood in order to increase its durability. Low oxygen content prevents the wood from burning at these high temperatures. Several different technologies are introduced using different media including nitrogen gas, steam and hot oil.

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Marine Flooring

Outdoor wood flooring also includes the Marina Decking flooring . It is an ecological material, environmentally friendly, water-resistant, and it does not require any special maintenance. It has a long durability and a quick
and easy installation.

Marine wood floors are glued to any flat surfaces with a special type of elastic adhesive before being sealed with UV resistant elastic fillers. Always remember that any slight change in the installation specifications and/or materials will affect the life time of your precious floors.

Marine wood floors need to be re-coated with oil periodically (usually every 3 to 6 month). It’s an easy procedure that any one can do and it does not cost much. Remember to re coat your floors to make it last for long.

Marine wood floors can be sanded and refinished (Usually 2 to 5 times, depending upon thickness). Hiring a flooring professional to sand and refinish the floor is a must.

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Vsterno Flooring

Generally, hardwoods used for decking come from tropical forests. Much of the logging taking place to produce these woods, especially teak, mahogany and ipê, is occurring illegally, as outlined in numerous reports by environmental organizations such as Greenpeace, Friends of the Earth and Rain-forest Relief. US tropical wood imports are rising, partly due to the demand for decking.

Deck tiles are easy to install in locations that already have a substructure in place, such as an existing deck or a flat concrete patio.
Most often, this decking material consists of wood or composite slats fixed to a lattice plastic base that interlocks with other pieces.
That means no nails for you (unless you want to attach a trim that doesn’t interlock). Most tiles come in a uniform 1-square-foot shape.
Knowing their size is important when planning how many tiles you need to complete your project.
You can install deck tiles on the below surfaces

 

  • Decks
  • Patios
  • Balconies
  • Pool decks

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