Flooring Materials | An Architect Explains

The purpose of flooring is to provide a horizontal, clean surface to support the occupants of a building, the furniture and equipment. Therefore the flooring must be strong enough to bear the super imposed loads. There are several flooring material options and each has it’s own advantages and disadvantages. An Architect reviews the flooring materials with their pros and cons, to help you decide which one is best suited for your home/building………..

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Man-made Flooring Materials | An Architect Explains

With the Industrial Revolution of the 19th century, machines started making flooring products like Ceramic tiles, Vitrified tiles, Terrazzo, Concrete and Laminate wood, which are stronger, more durable, cheaper and require less labour for laying. But some of these materials are quite similar. To make it easier for you, an Architect, has reviewed the pros and cons of the man-made flooring materials and suggested where they are best suited……..

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