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Solid European Oak Flooring

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Solid European Oak Flooring

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Solid European Oak Flooring creates style and a cozy atmosphere in your home, allows you to feel the warmth of natural wood under your feet, lasts a long time, and adds value to your home.

Solid oak flooring – for those looking for strength and durability. Solid oak parquet is particularly popular because of the natural wood grain, which is distinctly visible on the floor surface. This flooring is perfect for both classic and modern interiors. Solid oak flooring is available in oiled or lacquered finishes, and for those who appreciate an exclusive interior, there are smoked and steamed or heat-treated oak products and brushed floorboards. The production process uses modern technology and quality is strictly controlled. This is ensured by combining the drying, moisture stabilization, and storage of the workpieces. The color range of solid oak flooring is extremely wide: from dark to greyish, white shades.

French Panels are manufactured In Europe from premium European Natural Oak. Every panel is precision-milled and individually assembled to create a long-lasting, visually stunning floor. French Panels are available in a few designs of pattern and sizes Marie Antoinette and Versailles patterns are available in three different sizes. Chantilly and Florentine pattern have their own one option of size. All French Panels are produced in 19mm thickness of solid European Oak.

Solid European Oak Flooring is an eco-friendly floor covering with unique patterns. Oakwood, and therefore oak parquet flooring, is characterized by its exceptional hardness, durability, and resistance to environmental influences. The richly colored surface is pleasing to the eye and adds solidity to the room. This flooring fits well in both classic and modern interiors.
Oak parquet can be installed in a variety of patterns, from classic herringbone to complex geometric shapes. Such floors are coated with varnish or oil after installation.

The name parquet comes from the French language. Parquet flooring was introduced in France in the 17th century. Parquet flooring is made of thin, narrow wooden planks. It is beautiful, sound and heat insulating, hard-wearing, and difficult to install. It is made of hardwoods such as oak, ash, birch, beech, and artistic hardwoods such as walnut and mahogany.

We believe that everyone has a responsibility to use natural resources responsibly, now more than ever. Forests, if logged correctly, are one of the world’s most renewable resources. Other types of flooring that use minerals (such as oil or stone) require much more energy to produce and therefore produce more greenhouse gas emissions. The wood from our manufacturers is only purchased from legally harvested forests. So when you buy our flooring, you will walk away with complete peace of mind that you have made the right choice.

Natural wood flooring makes your room instantly stylish. Whichever type of wood flooring you choose, you’ll enjoy a distinctive design that never seems to go out of style. The environmental benefits of choosing real wood are indisputable. Far less energy is consumed in the production, recycling, and disposal of wood than in any other building material. And after every tree is felled, the forests are replanted with a new generation of trees.

Production certification applies to producers, preparers, and traders of FSC-certified forest products. It verifies all FSC-certified forest products throughout the production process. At each stage of the production flow, processing and transformation, certification shall confirm that FSC-certified wood products are kept separate from non-certified products, or that there is no mixing of approval methods.

 

Installing wooden floors requires professional knowledge to prepare the subfloor and lay the flooring. Choose the craftsman who will install your floor carefully. Money saved during installation will not cover the costs that may result from poor quality work.

Additional information

Dimensions N/A
Patterns

Border, Chevron Parquetry, Engineered Boards, French Panels, Traditional Parquetry

Dimensions

14 x 60 x 240, 14 x 65 x 260, 14(3) x 160 x up to 2180, 15(4) x 180 x 2400/2300/2200/2100/2000, 15(4) x 220 x 2400/2300/2200/2100/2000, 19 x 100 x 600, 19 x 100 x500/600, 19 x 125 x 590/715, 19 x 125 x 625, 19 x 125 x 715, 19 x 590 x 590, 19 x 65 x 260, 19 x 65 x 390, 19 x 65 x 900/1200/1800, 19 x 710 x 710, 19 x 726 x 726, 19 x 80 x 400, 19 x 80 x 600/680, 19 x 80 x 900/1800, 19 x 845 x 845, 19 x 866 x 866, 21(6) x 220 x 2400/2300/2200/2100/2000

Grade

Classic, Prime

Design

BRD Block, Chantilly, Chevron 45°, Florentine, Marie Antoinette, Slim Block, STD Block, Versailles, XL Block

Preparation

Solid wood planks can be laid on concrete, blackboard, OSB, plywood. The substrate must be dry, protected from moisture from below, the moisture content of concrete must not exceed 2 CM%, the moisture content of blackboard, OSB, plywood cannot exceed 10-12%. If the concrete moisture content is above 2 CM % but below 5 CM %, use a special Moisture Barrier for priming. The substrate must be smooth (tolerance: max. 2 mm per 3 meters), firm and not cracked. If the substrate is uneven, it must be smoothed with leveling compounds, Flooring tongue-groove OSB, or t/g plywood. When leveling the substrate with leveling compounds, the thickness of the leveling layer must not be thinner than specified by the manufacturer in the instructions for the leveling compound and must be applied on top of the concrete in accordance with all the manufacturer’s recommendations. Otherwise, the solid wood planks may detach from the subfloor with the screed. OSB or plywood may be used to level the subfloor or to compensate for differences in height and should be fastened to the subfloor by clamping and gluing together. The OSB or plywood must be moisture-resistant and thicker or not thinner than solid wood planks. The OSB or plywood shall be laid with 3-5 mm gaps between the individual pieces and 10-15mm between the OSB or plywood and fixed structures.

Installation

Solid wood flooring is not designed for floating installation. The underside of the planks must be checked before gluing solid wood planks. If the underside of the board is coated with varnish, the varnish must be at least partially scrubbed (sanded) before gluing. The adhesive shall be applied to the substrate to which the boards shall be pressed or stapled/nailed on the gusset side at a diagonal angle of 45° (if the substrate is not concrete). The substrate shall not be corkboard, blown polyethylene, or other soft surfaces. When gluing solid wood boards, use water-free adhesives based on synthetic resins, polyurethane, or MS polymers. If the solid planks are to be glued onto concrete, it is important to make sure that the concrete is enough strong, otherwise, the solid planks may tear away the unstable top layer of concrete. MS Polymer flooring adhesives can be used on both concrete and OSB panels. Always follow the manufacturer’s instructions. It is not recommended to lay solid wood planks only by stapling/nailing them to the subfloor, as solid wood planks laid in this way may start to creak over time. Solid wood planks shrink and expand depending on changing climatic conditions (humidity, temperature) and the type of wood. Therefore, when laying, gaps of 10-15 mm must be maintained from walls, columns, door thresholds, door frames, heating pipes, and other types of flooring, leaving compensatory gaps of at least 7 m across and 12 m along the length of the boards. The first row must be laid extremely evenly, using a string or ruler. It is recommended to lay the solid wood planks along the direction of the incident sunlight. In order to make economic use of the available boards, the cut part of the last board of one row shall be laid at the beginning of the next row. The board shall be cut to leave a gap of 10 to 15 mm from the wall. When laying the last row, the board shall be cut to a width of 10-15 mm from the wall, the distance from the wall shall be maintained by using pre-prepared dowels, the distance between the dowels shall be ~ 30 cm. Once the glue has fully cured, the dowels are removed and the gaps are covered with skirting boards, without pressing them firmly against the solid wood boards. It is not recommended to walk or place heavy objects for 24 hours after laying.

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