A finished walking surface.
Decorative portion, visible from the living space after work has been completed, of the floor system. Not including the deadening building paper, diagonal sub-floor, floor joists, and cross bridging.
The flooring over the subfloor, usually of hardwood, tile, or other finish on which one may walk. In some modern construction where carpeting is installed by the builder, plywood is used as a finish floor.
The final floor covering inside the living space of a house. The most common types of finishes are carpeting, hardwood flooring, ceramic or stone tile, parquet panels or vinyl sheet flooring.
The final covering on the floor, such as linoleum, tile or carpet.
Second layer of flooring material placed over the rough flooring or flooring planks in a structure and is often a polished floor made of oak or other hardwoods.