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What are the different coverings suitable for?

Selecting a floor covering is often not only a question of money, it depends where the floor is to be laid. We will tell you which coverings are best suited.

Floor coverings
Floor coverings
Floor coverings

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Floor coverings can be divided into two categories: textile and non-textile coverings. Textile coverings include carpet, needle fleece as well as woven and knitted rugs. Non-textile coverings are divided into three different groups: elastic coverings (e.g. PVC, linoleum, cork), hard coverings (laminate, prefabricated parquet, floorboards and wooden floors) and mineral coverings (natural stones, Terrazzo, tiles). Selecting a floor covering is often not only a question of money, it depends where the floor is to be laid.

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1) Laminate floors, tiles or linoleum are very well suited to kitchens and workrooms. Linoleum has the advantage that it is both warm to your feet and repellent to mould.

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Tiles, marble and natural stones are recommended for bathrooms and showers. Natural stones are something special: each plate is unique. In contrast, fine ceramic plates and tiles are a mixture of quartz, clay and feldspar. Natural stones and tiles are ideal in combination with underfloor heating because they are excellent heat conductors.

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Laminate is enjoying unrivalled success. It is not expensive, it looks great and it is easy to clean and lay.

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Soft carpets are well suited to bedrooms or living rooms. They contribute to a cosy atmosphere, they insulate heat and deaden footstep noises and are also easy to clean. A high-quality carpet made of natural fibres can last for a lifetime if it is well kept – it is, however, usually somewhat more expensive.

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Before a floor covering can be laid, the subfloor has to be prepared accordingly. Floors in old buildings often have to be covered with underlayment panels, in order to achieve a good subfloor. By the way: A new floor covering should be used as an opportunity to generally improve the floor structure, if necessary. A number of things have to be taken into consideration here – you should, therefore, consult an expert.

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Floor coverings can be divided into two categories: textile and non-textile coverings.

Textile coverings include carpet, needle fleece as well as woven and knitted rugs.

Non-textile coverings are divided into three different groups: elastic coverings (e.g. PVC, linoleum, cork), hard coverings (laminate, prefabricated parquet, floorboards and wooden floors) and mineral coverings (natural stones, Terrazzo, tiles).


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Bosch does not accept any responsibility for the instructions stored here. Bosch would also like to point out that you follow these instructions at your own risk. For your own safety, please take all the necessary precautions.


 

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