Let’s Floor It Up with HDF Flooring!
HDF flooring is also referred to as hardboard flooring, a high-density fiberboard (HDF) for flooring is a type of engineered wood. It’s composed of wood fiber which is extracted from the waste of chips and pulped wood. HDF flooring is similar but much denser and harder than particle board or medium-density fiberboard MDF flooring. Its density is more than 50 pounds per cubic foot or 800 kg per cubic meter. This makes HDF flooring a perfect stabilizing material for various hardwood flooring.
HDF flooring installation should not be done in areas with extreme water exposure because it might reduce its life due to water absorption. Another tempered form of HDF flooring is made by adding oil that becomes a polymer when the board is made under high temperature and pressure. This process of heat and pressure gives it resistance against moisture, hardness, and strength. So, this tempered HDF flooring can be used in construction siding.
Common Pros of HDF Flooring
Following are some other benefits of using the HDF flooring;
- Cleanliness and Low Maintenance
HDF flooring is very easy to clean since they do not collect a lot of dirt and dust. Weekly cleaning procedure like vacuuming, mopping, and keeping the floor dry, is all you need to do to keep it new and shiny.
- Premium Look
Aside from an elegant, high-end look, HDF flooring offers the tenderness, beauty, and value of wood that never goes out of style. Moreover, it also creates a look of spaciousness wherever they are installed.
- Solid and Durable
High-quality HDF flooring which is, manufactured, installed, and finished to certain standards lasts for generations. Apart from having the ability to stand up to active workspaces and heavy foot traffic, HDF flooring is tough and has long-term durability as well.
- Sell at Premium Rates
HDF flooring guarantees to increases the value of your property. It is a wise and great long-term investment, with the ability to offer a strong resale argument that exceeds the initial HDF flooring installation cost of the floors by a mile. One more benefit is that it enables a faster sale and brings higher prices at the time of resale.
- Diverse Collection
HDF flooring offers a wide range of looks and designs in a variety of colors, styles, stains and you can also choose between pre-finished and unfinished HDF flooring. No matter how diverse and unique your needs are, we have multiple options available.
- Installation Services
Our team specializes in helping home and business owners with HDF flooring installation. With so many styles and types of HDF flooring to choose from, our designers can help you narrow down the options to find the perfect choice for your home or workspace.
HDF flooring is a type of flooring made of high-density fiberboard (HDF) as its core material. It is a cost-effective alternative to traditional hardwood flooring, and it comes in a variety of styles and finishes.
Yes, HDF flooring is durable and can withstand heavy foot traffic, scratches, and impacts. However, its durability also depends on the quality of the flooring and the thickness of its wear layer.
No, HDF flooring is not suitable for areas with high moisture levels, such as bathrooms, saunas, and basements. Excessive moisture can cause the HDF core to expand and warp, leading to damage.
To maintain HDF flooring, you should regularly sweep or vacuum it to remove dust and dirt. Avoid using wet mops or steam cleaners, as excessive moisture can damage the flooring. Instead, clean up spills immediately using a damp cloth.
No, HDF flooring cannot be refinished, as it does not have a thick enough wear layer to sand down and refinish. Once the wear layer is worn down, the flooring will need to be replaced.
HDF flooring is generally considered eco-friendly, as it is made of recycled wood fibers and does not require the harvesting of old-growth trees. However, it is important to check with the manufacturer to ensure that the flooring meets environmental standards.
Yes, HDF flooring can be installed over existing flooring, as long as the existing flooring is clean, dry, and level. However, it is recommended to remove old carpeting and padding before installation.
HDF flooring can be installed using a variety of methods, such as floating, glue-down, or nail-down installation. It is important to follow the manufacturer's installation instructions and to use the appropriate tools and materials.
The lifespan of HDF flooring depends on its quality, thickness, and wear layer. However, with proper maintenance and care, HDF flooring can last for 10-25 years.
Yes, HDF flooring can be used in commercial settings, such as offices, retail stores, and restaurants. However, it is important to choose a high-quality, commercial-grade HDF flooring that can withstand heavy foot traffic and wear and tear.
MDF flooring can be a good option for those looking for an affordable and durable alternative to traditional hardwood flooring. However, it is not suitable for areas with high moisture levels, such as bathrooms and basements, as excessive moisture can cause the MDF core to expand and warp, leading to damage.
MDF is not waterproof and should not be used in areas with high moisture levels. It is important to keep MDF flooring dry and avoid using wet mops or steam cleaners, as excessive moisture can damage the flooring. Instead, spills should be cleaned up immediately using a damp cloth.
Contact Us Now!
Our contractors provide HDF flooring installation services in minimum time with perfection and competence. We aim to provide our customers with top-notch services that fit within their time and budget.
Contact us today to get started on your HDF flooring installation. In addition to this, we also offer the following services;
- Same-day purchase and installation
- Leveling of the subfloor with a specialized liquid that doesn’t damage the subfloor surface
- Doorstep delivery and installation
- A visit of our team members to share samples and take measurements.
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