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Metro Classic Maple – Classic Design in a Maple Floor
Metro Classic Maple is a collection of engineered hardwood and is a filled-face surface with a piano-smooth
finish that looks polished and sophisticated. Rich color and graining with micro-beveled edges and ends for a
modern style. Armstrong Metro Classic Maple is available in a number of finishes including Cinnamon which is a
deep reddish brown and Cocoa Brown a deep rich brown, also available is Country Natural light which shows
natural shading of very light to light toast color and Natural
is a light sunshine
and buttery color, Toasted Almond is the color of toast
and has a consistent color throughout the finish. Armstrong Metro Classic Maple can
accommodate almost all the design features you want in your new flooring.
Armstrong Metro Classics Maple
Armstrong Metro Classics Maple
Armstrong Metro Classics Maple Cocoa
Metro Classic Maple has been popular sellers since its introduction in the 1990’s. There are two widths
available in this engineered hardwood which comes in three and five inch plank with an overall thickness at 3/8
of one inch. Engineered wood floors are real wood floors and should not be confused
with laminate flooring. Engineered wood floors are constructed with a solid wood veneer adhered to plywood
backing; similar to furniture with wood veneer tops. Laminate floors are man-made floors with a melamine surface
over machine printed or embossed wood or tile patterns.
Installation method for Armstrong Metro
Classics in Maple calls for floating; stapling or gluing direct by the trowel method to properly prepared flat sub
floors. Floating a hardwood floor means unlike traditional solid-wood strips, a
floating floor isn’t nailed down. Instead, the planks are either glued or snapped together. The planks go down
fast, over virtually any material—concrete, plywood, sheet vinyl, even ceramic tile. There are several floating
floor materials available, but if you want real wood, the best choice is engineered
Armstrong Metro Classics Maple Natural
Armstrong Metro Classics Toasted Almond
Armstrong Hardwood Floors
Metro Classic Maple will provide warmth and beauty to any room. Adding hardwood floors to your home or
condominium will add value, as well as years of easy care and cleaning. Engineered
Wood Flooring is a ready to install floor; no sanding, staining, or sealing, all of the work has been done at
the factory; providing you with an instant wood floor.
For more information on hardwood floors please visit this reference.
For more on hand scraped flooring please
visit the references listed in this article.
Cork Flooring, the Natural Choice
Cork flooring has been around for a surprisingly
long time. Made from the bark of Cork Oak trees, cork flooring is extremely resistant to abrasion and everyday
wear. In the early 1900’s, cork floors where installed in certain public buildings, and these original floors
still exist today. This attests to corks strength and durability.
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Cork Oak trees are approximately 20-25 years old the first time their bark is
harvested. After the virgin harvest, the bark can be harvested every nine years. With its ability to re-grow
its bark, the cork tree is stripped of its bark an average of sixteen times in its 200 or so, years. This
amazing feat makes cork an excellent renewable product. Cork is 100% biodegradable and recyclable.
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Not only is cork renewable, it is also naturally energy efficient. With its honeycomb
shape, and cellular makeup, cork is a great insulator.
Cork is not just a great insulator of heat and cold, but a wonderful acoustic insulator as well. Cork
flooring provides cushion, comfort, and quiet, all in one easy to maintain product. A cork floor is virtually
maintenance free. To care for a cork floor, vacuum or sweep it once a week. When a little extra care is
needed, just damp mop it occasionally. About once a month should do.
Cork flooring is made by grinding the harvested,
cleaned, and boiled cork, and mixing it with resin. It is then put on sheets and baked in a kiln. The heat from
the kiln, combined with the natural sugars in the cork, give the flooring its natural caramel color. Other
colors can also be created by adding dyes, or adjusting heat times to the baking process.
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Columbia Hardwood Flooring
Armstrong Heritage Classics
The fact that a cork floor does not absorb dust and other particles makes it allergen free. Suberin, a
natural ingredient found in cork bark, naturally repels insects and moisture, and also acts as a fire retardant.
With its ability to resist moisture, a cork floor is also anti-microbial and antibacterial. These qualities combine
to make cork a healthy choice in flooring. Cork makes for an extraordinary floor, versatile enough to use in any
home or place of business.