MDF Flooring Dubai – It’s All About Flooring!
MDF flooring (Medium-density fiberboard) is an engineered product. MDF flooring sheets are made with the waste of wood fibers that are either glued together with resin or glued under heat and pressure. Because it’s composed of such small wood fibers, there’s no wood grain in MDF flooring. Since it’s pressed so hard at such high temperatures, there are no voids or small holes in MDF flooring like you find in particleboard. It is also denser than other particle floors with a density of 600-800 kg/m³.
MDF flooring is also suitable for high humidity areas like bathrooms or washrooms as it doesn’t warp or swell. Hence, these attributes make it an ideal core layer material for different types of flooring.
Advantages of Installing MDF Flooring
- MDF flooring sheets are comparatively less expensive than other flooring materials.
MDF flooring is super easy to work with, an ideal option for DIY lovers.
- It is outstandingly stable and solid. It not only looks and feels good underfoot but has also held up better than expected (especially in the lower-traffic areas).
The best feature of MDF flooring is its monolithic look that is somewhat like concrete but with the warmth and softness of the wood.
- The surface of MDF flooring sheets is very smooth, so, you don’t have to worry about any knots on the surface.
- Because of its smoothness, it makes a great surface for painting. We recommend you to first prime with a quality oil-based primer. (Never use aerosol spray primers on MDF flooring sheets. It soaks right in and is a huge waste of both time and money. It will also make the surface rough.)
- Also because of its smooth surface, MDF flooring sheets are a great substrate for the veneer.
- MDF flooring is famous for its consistency, hence the cut edges appear smooth and won’t have any voids or splinters.
- Because of the smooth edges, you can also use a router to create decorative edges of desired designs.
- The consistency and smoothness of MDF flooring make it easy to cut detailed designs (such as scrolled or scalloped designs) with a scroll saw, band saw, or jigsaw.
Specifications of MDF Flooring
- Our MDF floorings sheets are anti-slippery and prevent any accidental injuries.
- MDF flooring also has the quality of being moisture and water-resistant.
- They are hygienic and anti-bacterial, an ideal choice for people with asthma or allergies.
- MDF Flooring offers Versatility of materials, themes, colors, patterns, and designs, giving you the freedom to choose as per your taste and preferences.
- We also deal with customized orders.
- High-quality fiber boards are available at MDF flooring – Quality is our main focus. We never compromise on quality.
- We also provide easy Installation services at affordable rates
- Our MDF flooring is durable and long-lasting
- MDF flooring sheets require low maintenance and are easy to clean
- Doorstep delivery and installation services
- Our representative can book a visit with you to share samples with you and take measurements.
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.
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