Solid or engineered boards, "1" - "2â€ wide, installed in parallel rows.
Flooring boards up to 3" wide.
A popular wood flooring, it is made of long strips of tongue-and-groove boards 3 inches wide or less.
Wood flooring that is available in long, narrow strips.
Popular wood flooring made of long, narrow tongue-and-groove boards whose ends are matched.
The most popular wood flooring, it is made of long, narrow-about 3-inches wide-tongue-and-groove boards that are end-matched. Strip flooring wider than inches is called plank flooring.
Solid boards to be installed in parallel rows now produced in these thicknesses 1/2", 3/4", 33/32" and these widths 1 1/2", 2", 2 1/4", and occasionally 3 1/4". The strips are tongue and grooved and end matched. They are for nail down installation directly to wood or plywood subfloors; or over wood screeds on concrete slab construction.
Wood flooring consisting of narrow, matched strips
Solid or laminated boards to be installed in parallel rows, produced in various thicknesses and widths. The strips are side–matched and end–matched (tongue–and–grooved). They are for nail–down installation directly to wood or plywood subfloors, or over wood screeds on concrete slab construction. Some types can also be glued directly to a concrete subfloor.
This refers to flooring made entirely of solid pieces of wood, usually under 1â€ thickness and 2â€ to 3â€ in width. The lengths will vary dependent on the grade of the product that you buy. Each individual board is machined with a tongue on one side and a groove on the opposite side. All boards are nailed down one at a time.
Wood flooring in long, narrow pieces which are laid parallel, edge to edge, having a tongue on one edge and a groove on the other edge. The tongue side is nailed to the floor with the grooved portion slipped over it and then nailed.