Basic Terms To Learn About Wooden Flooring and Furniture

Dimensional Stability

The capability of the wooden flooring to preserve its dimension throughout the lifespan is called Dimension Stability.


To warp from the sides, those are higher from the centre.


When you warp from the centre boards that are higher from the sides, then it’s called Crowning.

Eased Edge

It is one type of edge that is available in the hardwood flooring. It is shallow and more rounded in the “v” shape.


When there is a particular change in the wooden flooring because of contraction, swelling due to the moisture, it’s called expansion.

Face Nail

It’s one of many nailing techniques that uses the nail perpendicular with the surface.

Filled Face

Filled Face means to provide a quality of smoothness.


It’s an installation process in which the wooden planks are attached without any connecting to the subfloor.


A big standing closet or wardrobe frequently used to store garments, which can highlight one to three entryways and once in a while a reflected board.

Janka Hardness

Janka Hardness refers to that of the rating scale of wooden species.

Gloss Level

It’s the different sheens that depict the level of gloss. There are high gloss, low gloss, semi-gloss and ultra gloss available.


The capacity of wood material to hold its unique shading after introduction to light is called colourfastness.


A beautifying bit of wood that keeps running along the base of each divider and along the change line between two rooms to shroud the extension hole in hardwood and overlay flooring. Mainstream mouldings include quarter rounds, t-mouldings, limits, reducers, and wall base.


Each wood species has a particular example that is made by the tree’s growth rings and the way in which the tree is cut. These lines are known as the grain.


Since wood extends and contracts to rely upon the dimension of dampness, would have to adjust with the home for a few days before installing the flooring, so it gets an opportunity to come into balance with your home’s dampness content.