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Installation Method
Engineered Board
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Engineered flooring is becoming more and more popular and is a sandwich construction of a plywood base with usually a 4mm wear layer of solid timber that can be pre finished or raw. The benefit of engineered flooring is that it is a very stable product compared to solid timber.

The process is:

  • The concrete slab is ground with an industrial grinder so as to remove any small humps and contaminants such as paint, plaster, etc.
  • A vacuum is connected so there is no dust at all.
  • A moisture barrier is applied to the concrete.
  • The timber is then glued to the concrete.
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Installation Method
Direct Stick
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Direct Stick is a common method used in which to lay a timber floor in the building industry. Its not the best installation method but is cost effective.

The process is:

  • The concrete slab is ground with an industrial grinder so as to remove any small humps and contaminants such as paint, plaster, etc.
  • A vacuum is connected so there is no dust at all.
  • A moisture barrier is applied to the concrete.
  • The timber is then glued and nailed to the concrete.
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Installation Method
Plank On Ply
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Plank on Ply is the most effective method in which to install timber floors and Art of Timber recommends this method to optimise the results and longevity of your floor. The benefits of this method is that the floor becomes more stable with the plywood layer in between the timber and concrete which both move through the seasons. The other benefit is that we have greater ability to work with levels by sanding or lifting the plywood so that the timber can meet flush at external door frames.

The process is:

  • The concrete slab is ground with an industrial grinder to remove any small humps and contaminants such as paint, plaster, etc.
  • A vacuum is connected so there is no dust at all.
  • A moisture barrier is applied to the concrete.
  • The 12mm plywood is glued and nailed to the concrete
  • The timber is then glued and pinned to the plywood.

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