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Floor covering is the floor covering of a building.


Laminate flooring
Seamless, cement-based exposed screed
Parquet floor (1768)
Rosenpitz, a historical laying pattern made of natural stone

Floor coverings can be divided into textile coverings ( carpeting , fitted carpet ) and non-textile coverings . Classically laid carpets are not considered to be floor coverings because they are not construction-proof, but as normal furniture .

Textile coverings according to the material:

Non-textile coverings:

A classification according to the load class is also possible.

See also

Individual evidence

  1. BauNetz: Types and forms of resilient floor coverings | Ground | Elastic coverings | Baunetz_Wissen. Retrieved January 8, 2020 .