PG Hardwood Flooring is pleased to offer super savings on orders of:
- BIRCH 2 ¼” PACIFIC GRADE
- MAPLE 3 ¼” PACIFIC GRADE
Take advantage of this opportunity! Quantities are limited!
The promotion begins August 24, 2015 and ends October 2, 2015.
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Cette semaine, les planchers de bois franc avec Anne-Marie Faucher et Martin Emery (Les Bois de plancher PG Inc.).Read more »
We are very pleased to present to you five new additions to the Unique Collection. Our R&D team members have outdone themselves and are proud to introduce Sanibel, Meteora, Clan, Familia and Tamarin.
Sanibel and Meteora (pre-oiled)
New additions to the Origin Series offered in silver maple, 5¼ inches.
Clan and Familia (pre-oiled)
Introducing a new series: THE FORTUNE SERIES
This series features two products with a neo-retro look offered in 7-inch birch.
Is it possible to create a prized, walnut-inspired product? Yes, because we have succeeded! Tamarin, offered in Pacific grade 3 ¼-inch birch, re-creates the rich look of walnut at lesser cost.
You have projects, we have the solution:
All-new ModelSmart, our latest, reasonably priced engineered product, combines the beauty and reputation of Model® flooring with the best price-quality ratio.
A. Construction paper slows down the migration of humidity between the subfloor and boards, but does not act as a vapour barrier. Tar-free vapour barrier paper is required.Read more »
A. Keeping your flooring looking its best for many years requires maintenance and ambient humidity control. Compliance with our maintenance instructions is a determining factor of your warranty. Normal maintenance of prefinished flooring is simple and quick. Model cleaning products have been tested on our varnishes and their use will ensure that your floor remains beautiful looking for years to come.
Step 1: Vacuum regularly.
Step 2: Spray the cleaning product on the mop cover and rub a section of flooring back and forth in the direction of the boards.
Unadvisable: The use of wax, household cleaners and oil-based soap on flooring is not recommended, nor is cleaning flooring with a mixture of water and vinegar or using a steam cleaner. These products may damage the flooring and void your warranty.Read more »
A. One is not better than the other. Each has specific properties that justify its use. Solid hardwood flooring is made of wood ¾ inches thick and can be sanded up to seven times. In most cases, it is used in residences when flooring can be nailed to a wood surface.
Engineered wood is recommended when the flooring is to be glued in place. Owing to its ¼ inch thickness, engineered flooring is often used in multiple-storey buildings (e.g., condos) or basements. Engineered flooring is very versatile and considered more stable that solid hardwood flooring. However, despite its great stability, ambient humidity must be carefully monitored.Read more »