To maintain NOFMA certification, manufacturers must meet the new standards. For more information, visit www.nofma.org or email NOFMA at firstname.lastname@example.org.
NOFMA sets configuration standards
November 14, 2001
The National Oak Flooring Manufacturers Association (NOFMA) recently adopted new standards to define acceptable configuration and tongue-and-groove fit for solid wood flooring. The standards establish maximum allowable tolerances for overwood, side matching, flooring, width, and end match squareness.