Parquet Timber Flooring

$ 80

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m2

A range of imported parquet timber flooring is available from leading European manufacturers. Highly durable, stable, provides better aesthetics, and cost-effective.

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A range of imported parquet timber flooring is available from leading European manufacturers. Highly durable, stable, provides better aesthetics, and cost-effective.

Please enquire for our entire range. All sizes available. Our flooring products are manufactured using high quality wood from the most reputable European timber mills.

Parquet in French means a material that is made of wooden planks. The halls in the palaces were covered with parquet, inviting the most skilled craftsmen for this work, whose creations have survived to this day. The parquet was and is made of expensive wood species.

Parquet is the most demanded and quality floor covering. When creating it, natural materials are used, which make the floor from planed planks increasingly popular. Most often, parquet is laid in public places where there is little traffic, or in residential buildings, since parquet flooring requires careful handling.

The main properties of parquet are:

  • low thermal conductivity, which depends on the material from which the parquet is made;
  • good sound insulation;
  • long service life;
  • aesthetic appearance.

For the manufacture of parquet, birch, maple, ash, mahogany and oak are used as wood. Oak parquet is the most durable and high quality today.

Another important property of a parquet floor is the ability to become stronger over the years and change color when the sun’s rays fall on it at a certain angle. Some types of wood, from moisture and sunlight, change their properties, while acquiring new qualities. For example, oak parquet flooring. Over time, it turns into a more durable material (sometimes it is even difficult to hammer a nail into it). This floor becomes as if of stone, which allows it to preserve its original appearance for many years.

Delivery is available on weekdays from 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM. Please get in touch for pricing.  

How to install laminate? You can install laminate on top of a variety of different substrates if they meet the following requirements: the surface must be perfectly flat, dry and firm. All irregularities (more than 2 mm per 1 m2) must be eliminated before starting work with self-leveling compounds or special leveling boards (i.e. plywood). Do not lay laminate on carpet or similar substrates. If you are installing laminate on a concrete base, a polyethylene vapor barrier film is required. If you have any questions, please get in touch!

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