Top 5 Composite Decking FAQs

发布时间:2019/11/28

There are more and more wood-plastic composite floors on the market. Let us now promote five common questions.

 

 

composite decking faq

 

 

1.The reason for the coating on the surface of the WPC floor.

Compared with wood flooring, wood-plastic flooring has many advantages. The coating on it makes it more waterproof, moth-proof and anti-rot. It is also easy to maintain and clean.

 

2.Difference between a wood-plastic composite decking with and without grooves.

The grooved wood-plastic composite floor can be better connected together to make the structure more stable and reduce the exposure of accessories.

When the wood-plastic composite floor without grooves is installed, it is necessary to leave a space between the floors to facilitate fixing, and it will have a certain artistic effect after installation.

 

3. Does flooring need to be level for installing WPC flooring?

The requirements for installing wood-plastic flooring on the ground are relatively low. Before installation, the keel needs to be paved on the ground, and then the wood-plastic composite floor is installed and spliced. So just fix the keel and make it level.

 

4.How to ensure the ventilation and drainage of the wood-plastic composite floor after installation?

Before installing wood-plastic composite flooring, the keel needs to be fixed, and the keel’s fixing also has basic requirements. The fixed keel needs to be about one centimeter away from the ground, and at the same time, most floors are left with a gap. This will ensure good ventilation and drainage effect after the floor is installed.

 

5. What is the service life of the wood-plastic composite floor?

The main advantages of wood-plastic composite flooring are also waterproof, anti-corrosion, strong practicability, long life, etc. Compared with other products, wood-plastic materials. Resistant to strong acids and bases, water and corrosion, and do not multiply bacteria, are not easy to be infected by insects and fungi and have a long service life of more than 50 years.