ESSALAR FLOORING SOLUTIONS FAQ
Engineered wood flooring represents all the traditional aesthetics of solid hardwood with an innovative design. Comprising of several layers, the top layer being a species of real hardwood, engineered hardwood flooring is robust flooring. The core layer of engineered hardwood… view more
Laminated Wood Floor
Q. How do I clean my laminate flooring?
Laminate flooring is a beautiful, low maintenance, long-lasting flooring. There are several simple steps that you can take to keep your laminate flooring clean and to ensure that you get many years of service from it. Simply dust mop or vacuum with a soft brush or wood floor accessory to keep your laminate floor clean from dust, dirt or grit. A damp cloth or mop can be used without damage to the laminate flooring panels, but do not use excessive water. Dry the floor thoroughly with a clean, soft cloth. Blot up spills or water from wet feet or footwear immediately…view more
Solid Wood Floor
Q. What is Solidwood floor?
Solid wood floor represents a homogenous construction of wood. The product expands and contracts due to weather and therefore it is seasoned well to allow for such expansion and contraction. Solid wood comes with seven coats of formaldehyde-free acrylic lacquer which is UV-cured so that the product…view more
Bamboo Wood Floor
Q. How do I maintain my bamboo flooring?
In order to maximize the durability and beauty of your bamboo flooring, we recommend the following practices as part of your floor’s normal care and maintenance. Place doormats or rugs at entrances to collect moister, sand, grit and other potentially damaging substances from being tracked onto your bamboo floor. Dust mop or vacuum with a soft accessory to keep your bamboo floor clean from dust, dirt or grit. Bamboo flooring cleans easily with a Swiffer or similar type dry mop…view more
Composite Deck Floor
Q. Why should I use composite decking?
Composite decking has a long lasting life with a minimum of care and maintenance. It is a composite material of bamboo fiber and plastic but with no preservative chemicals to worry about, and no splinters that can cause painful slivers…view more
Q. How To Prepare For Flooring Installation?
An old adage states that “by failing to prepare, you are preparing to fail,” and this certainly holds true for flooring installation and other home projects as well. Whether you have professional installers to handle the job or plan to do the installation yourself, proper preparation will help ensure beautiful finished results. Use these guidelines to help your flooring installation turn out the way you always dreamed about- flawless and fabulous. Here are some flooring-specific tips on how to prepare…view more
How to clean wooden flooring ?
You can mop you floor every day and vacuum your floor once in 6 months.