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Chipboard is a type of paperboard used for subfloors. It has a low density and is not usually recommended for glue-down installations.
Colorfastness is the ability of a material to resist fading or darkening from exposure to light.
- Compact Laminate
A type of laminate made under extremely high pressure that has a thickness greater than or equal to 2mm.
- Continuous Laminate Flooring
A type of laminate flooring in a continuous sheet that is adhered to a core.
The center of a panel which often provides its structural durability.
A condition where individual strips or planks of flooring will appear convex where the center is raised higher than the edges.
A condition where individual strips or planks of flooring will appear concave with the edges raised above the center.
A term that is used when properties of an adhesive are changed by a chemical reaction which allows it to reach its maximum strength. This is generally done by condensation, heat, or another catalyst.