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From Ancient to Modern Front floors
Posted by: qweqwe123
Date: 10/11/2017 01:45
During the Victorian era (1830-1901), floors were usually made from soft wood and painted to look like hard wood. They would be adorned with clear or colored glass panels . This trend continued through the Edwardian era, from 1901 to 1920. While in the Victorian period they were mostly adorned with brass for decorative purposes, front Best Floor Build of Edwardian houses were usually decorated with colorful Art Nouveau or Neo-Georgian glass.
From the 1920s to the 1950s, solid hard wood floors were getting more and more expensive, so people started to make front floors from cheaper wood or even plywood. Although these materials are affordable, they are not very durable and they get damaged easily when exposed to water. Today, there are more durable yet affordable alternatives available. One of the most popular materials used to construct front floors is uPVC (unplasticized polyvinyl chloride).
This material is also used for window frames and sills, drainpipes, and downspouts. Compared to wood, it is cheaper, more energy efficient, and it does not shrink or expand with humidity. However, uPVC floors tend to be flimsy and unattractive.
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