Origins Naturel Merisier

Ce bois à fil droit et à l'aspect uniforme saura vous charmer de par son allure jeune et éclatante. La richesse de la couleur du Merisier naturel de la série Origins s'adapte à n'importe quelle ambiance.
$5.92 / pied carré

Quantity of harwood needed

Before starting your project, make sure you know the quantity of material you will need. Here's how to calculate it

  1. Determine the area to be covered in square feet.
  2. Add about 5% to cover wastage.
  3. Multiply this number by the price per square foot, adding installation costs, if any.
  4. Check how the material you wish to install is sold. Some products are sold only by the box.
  5. Have your calculations checked by an expert before ordering. This first step just helps you draw up a budget.

Advantages of hardwood flooring

  • Beautiful
  • Hard-wearing
  • Easy to maintain
  • Added value
  • Can be refinished
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Specifications

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Type of packaging Box
Construction Solid
Species Yellow Birch
Installation Nailed, stapled
Floor Ground and upper floors

Care

Care and maintenance of hardwood flooring

Finishes do not increase a hardwood floor’s durability or impact resistance. Animal claws, high heels, and pointy, sharp-edged, or heavy objects can all leave marks or damage floors.

Vacuum your wood floors frequently to remove all abrasives (sand, broken glass, dirt, and grit) that could scratch the finish.

Use only cleaning products recommended by your floor’s manufacturer.

Never use wax, detergent, or oil-based soap on your floor.

Don’t clean finished floors with mixtures of water and vinegar; over time, vinegar will damage the surface.

Clean up spilled liquids and detergent before they can be absorbed by wood fibres.

Échelle de dureté du Bois*

0 4000
1260
Force (lbf)
*Le test de dureté Janka détermine la résistance du bois à l’enfoncement ; il mesure la force nécessaire pour enfoncer dans le bois, jusqu’à la moitié de son diamètre, une bille d’acier de 11,284 mm (0,444 pouce). Le chiffre indique la pression (en livres) pour faire pénétrer la bille. Plus le bois est dur plus le nombre de livres nécessaire est élevé. Cette méthode, qui laisse une empreinte dans le bois testé, a été mise au point par un dendrologue autrichien, Gabriel Janka (1864-1932), au tout début du xxe siècle.