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1. Backing:-Fabric or yarns that form the underside or back of a carpet.
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2. Barrier strip-A device or apparatus that consists of a metal strip and connectors or screws that allow termination and connection of wires or conductors from various components of an electrostatic discharge protected workstation.
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3. Base Shoe
Definition:Molding used to hide irregularities or spaces along the bottom edges of baseboards.
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4. Baseboard-Boards placed along the bottom of walls to conceal the place the floor and wall meet.
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5. Below Grade Flooring:-This is when a floor is either in direct contact with the ground or when it is within 18 inches.
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6. Berber carpet:Berber carpet refers to the level-loop or multi-level-loop class and are usually made of earth toned or off-white flecked yarns. Some Berbers include both loop and cut pile in the same carpet. While natural colors are most common, Berber carpet is also available in pastels and dark tones.
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7. Berber Carpet:A style of carpet based on a North African traditional carpet. This style is distinguished by its off-white color and the tightly looped yarn that creates a patterns of thousands of small woven circles.
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8. Berber Carpet:-The term Berber is applied to carpet that has theoff-white heathered look of clocks used by the Berber tribes of North Africa.Berber carpets use flecked yarns most often in loop styles. The size of the loops vary from large nubby ones to small, fauxiscal styles. Patterned Berbers are multi-level loop as well as cut and loop styles. Berber styles are also available in pastels and dark tones as well as naturals.
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9. Binding:-The strip sewn over carpet edges to keep it from unraveling.
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Definition:A strip of sturdy fabric sewn to carpet edge for protection against unraveling.
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11. Binding:-A strip sewn over a carpet edge for protection against unraveling. Carpet is bound to form rugs.
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Definition:The brightening in linoleum flooring when light hits it. When there is no light on it, most linoleum floors appear yellowish because of the linseed oil used when making it.
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A way to measure lumber. One board foot equals a board that is one foot long, one foot wide, and 1 inch thick (or its dimensional equivalent.)
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14. Body Contacting Mechanism (BCM):-The part of the foot grounder that makes electrical contact with the body.
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15. Border Tiles
A row of tiles along the perimeter of a room.
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Definition:The curve of a board when the curve is perpendicular to the flat face.
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A term originally used to denote carpet produced in widths wider than six feet. Today carpet comes in 6-foot, 12-foot and 15-foot widths.
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18. Brocade:The raised or engraved pattern in a carpet or rug.
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19. Bullnose Trim:-Ceramic trim used along the wall to blend the floor into the wall.
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20. Burl-A swirl of the wood?s grain near a knot (but not the knot.)
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