What is tongue-and-groove wood flooring?
If you've been researching hardwood flooring, you've probably come across the term tongue and groove flooring. But what is it, and how can you put it to use in your home?
That is a great question that many homeowners ask, and we?d like to address it in today?s post. Follow along for more details.
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With tongue and groove flooring, your hardwood flooring installation works almost like putting together a puzzle. Each board has a protruding part, known as the tongue, and a concave part, known as the groove, and snap together to form a tight seal that works well in various settings.
This option limits the amount of gluing or nailing necessary to hold the boards together, and in some cases, can make the materials water-resistant to a degree. Most of today?s wood flooring features this tongue and groove option because it works so well to alleviate warping and boards working loose over time, as can happen with nails and adhesives.
Advantages to this type of flooring installation include affordability, a quick installation time, and results that stay in place quickly. When you're ready to find out more, be sure to visit us when you're in the area.
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Marion?s Carpet & Flooring Warehouses is a flooring store in Portland, OR, with a great selection of floor coverings and services guaranteed to meet your specific requirements, no matter how large or small your remodeling project. Our associates work hard for your flooring needs, putting our years of expertise to work for you.
From our showrooms in Wilsonville and Portland, OR, we proudly serve residents from Wilsonville, Beaverton, Portland, Vancouver, and Lake Oswego. We would love to help make your flooring dreams a reality as well. Be sure to visit us whenever you?re in the area for the best hardwood flooring for your home.