Selberherr Parkettboden, Photo: Wolfgang Prummer
Selberherr Parkettboden, Photo: Wolfgang Prummer
Selberherr Parkettboden, Photo: Wolfgang Prummer
Selberherr Parkettboden, Photo: Wolfgang Prummer

The parquet floor is a high-class floor, which depends on the type of wood and is subdivided into different sortings. The sorting depends on the percentage of limbs, knobs and splints as well as on the patterning and on the cutting.

Due to its set-up the parquet floor needs a stable ground for its laying. With its expected useful life of 30 years – some producers grant this period – the parquet floor is currently the most industrial floor.

Wood is a hygroscopic material, which means: It absorbs and emits humidity. So the parquet floor is very regulating. Due to its compact surface it is very hygienic and very easy to clean.

In our show room we provide you with the overall range of nameable producers of parquets!

Facts
IN ONE VIEW

  • massive parquet
  • 2-layer-parquet (top-layer is precious wood, substructure)
  • 3-layer-parquet (top-layer is precious wood, substructure, retracting inlay)
  • natural, hygroscopic floor
  • compact surface, hygienic
  • long-lasting and easy to clean