The Janka rating is often used by flooring professionals as a measure of quality for timber flooring. However, hardness is only one of the properties that provides an indication of a timber floor’s overall durability. Stability, that is the timber’s ability to resist dimensional change that can result in warping and splitting, is an important consideration. Scratch resistance, repairability, appearance and ease of cleaning also contribute to the longevity of a flooring solution.
Download this whitepaper to learn about the key factors in assessing timber flooring quality.
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