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1. Parquet Flooring:Woodwork floors set in geometric forms for design purposes.
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2. Parquet floors
Wood flooring, usually in the form of tiles, that is laid to creat a pattern.
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3. Parquet Floors-Flooring made up of wood that is laid or inlaid to create patterns, most often geometric ones.
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Definition:A structural material often used for sub flooring. It is made from wood fragments that are mechanically pressed into a sheet and bonded with resin.
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5. Patching Compound:A fill used to smooth or even the sub floor before installing a vinyl floor.
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6. Path to Ground:-The electrical link between a conductive material and the earth. Electrical conduit is an example of path to ground; the neutral or "green wire" is attached to the conduit and discharges electricity safely to the earth through the metal housing and the pipes, encapsulating the "hot wires." A carpet must contain conductive fibers with external conductivity in order to be attached to a path to ground. Conductive carpet finds a path to ground from the combination of 1) conductive fibers; 2) conductive backing; 3) conductive adhesive; 4) copper grounding strip attached to conduit or building steel. A breach or omission in any of these four mechanisms will result in an open circuit and no path to ground.
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7. Paver Tile
Definition:Tile that is larger than six square inches.
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8. Personnel Grounding Device-An electrostatic discharge protective device designed to ground any electrostatic charge accumulated on a person.
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9. Pickled Floors-The result of rubbing white paint into previously stained and finished wood flooring for an informal or more casual look.
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10. Pickled Floors:
The informal, casual look when you rub white paint into already stained or finished wood flooring.
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11. Pickled floors:Rustic looking wood flooring that consists rubbed white paint over a finished wood floor.
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12. Pile-The visible wear surface of carpet, consisting of yarn tufts in loop and/or cur configuration. Sometimes called the face or nap of the carpet.
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13. Pile:General term for the surface or face of non-woven carpet. Pile is made of yarn tufts in loop and/or cut configuration.
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14. Pile:The face of a carpet composed of cut ends of yarn.
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15. Pilot Hole:-A pre-drilled hole that makes it easier to nail or screw into a piece of wood without splitting it.
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The soft core near the center of a tree trunk or branch.
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17. Plank:Boards that are three inches or wider.
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18. Plank flooring:-Wood flooring made of long boards more than 3-inches wide.
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19. Plank Flooring-Wood flooring made of long boards more than 3 inches wide.
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20. Plus Carpet
Definition:A smooth, dense, cut pile carpet in which individual tufts are only minimally visible, and the overall visual effect is a single level of fiber ends.
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21. Plush Carpet:A smooth, dense, cut pile carpet in which individual tufts are only minimally visible, and the overall visual effect is a single level of fiber ends.
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22. Plush carpet:
(see chart) A smooth, even-cut pile carpet in which individual tufts are only minimally visible and the overall visual effect is a single level of fiber ends.
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Definition:A material made from sheets of wood glued or cemented together. Used as the underlayment for vinyl flooring. For strength, the grain alternates perpendicularly from piece to piece.
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24. Point-To-Point Resistance
The resistance in ohms measured between two electrodes placed on any surface.
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25. Polished Tile
A ceramic tile that is sanded to achieve a smoother finish.
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26. Polyethylene Film:Plastic sheets used as a vapor barrier to protect against excessive moisture.
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27. Porcelain Enamel Institute (PEI) Rating:A rating system for wall and floor tile durability. Similar to the Wear Resistance Rating.
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28. Porcelain Tile-A fine-grained ceramic tile made from dry-pressed porcelain clay.
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29. Prefinished Floor
A finished flooring that requires installation only.
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30. Printed carpet
Carpet having colored patterns applied by methods similar to printing flat textiles and paper.
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31. Printed Carpet:-Carpet with pattern applied by methods similar to printing flat textiles and paper.
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32. Pull Bar:
The tool used to tighten tongue and groove joints during the installation process.
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