Flooring is a basic need and attracts a fine detail of attention. You can’t bluff this way or that but instead have to choose among the options available. With all you still can get lucky with floating floors. As the name suggests, it is actually floating on the base floor. Normal type of flooring like ceramic or hardwood needs to be pinned firmly to the main floor. Whereas under floating floors the blocks are just joined using inter locking plastic trays leaving room for them to contract or expand.
If you want a classic look of wooden flooring say for not so long time then floating timber floor is an ideal option. Thin layer of timber- Tasmanian Oak wood is laid over a floating floor. There’s a whole lot of variety of timber species with varied colors to choose from. There a few justified reasons why one should stick to the thought of floating timber flooring especially Melbournians:
1.Easy as a pie-
Floating floors are easy to install and very less time consuming. It isn’t a hard nut to crack if you opt a DIY installation type too. The procedure is simple and easy to grasp with no specialized tools required; so it isn’t a big deal at the end.
Since the planks are not attached to each other, they’re just joined; the floating floor are not so rigid and has space within for expansion to withstand variations in humidity.
3.Dries up quickly-
Floating timber floor doesn’t take much lengthy time to dry up as the boards are glued to each other. Naturally it takes its own sweet time but again that isn’t quite a long time. You can easily shift in your furniture or walk around right after the installation.
4.Already finished material-
Floating floor is a way simplified concept of a flooring type. Hence the material we get supplied for floating type are already in a fine finished state. They are pre-sanded and pre-polished for floating ceramic flooring; done in a factory. It cuts down on the sanding procedure and solvent-based coatings.
5.Evenly spread surface-
For a floating floor, there is no worry involved of a slabs getting overlapped onto one another thereby maintain the flat and even surface.