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Chipboard Flooring

Chipboard flooring is commonly installed as a sub-floor over joist so that flooring can be laid on top. 
Chipboard sheets are created by compressing and heating coarse sawdust and wood chips with resin. This process forms a hardwearing timber sheet. Chipboard is also known as particleboard, on account of the sawdust particles, it is made from. 

Flooring sheets are easy to assemble, slotting together using the tongue and groove system. These can be fixed into place with glue, screws or nails to create a smooth robust surface. 
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