Trouver Parqueteur: Sarzeau 56370, Salazie 974 , Colombelles 14460, Parthenay 79200, Le Pré-Saint-Gervais 93310, Sainte-Maxime 83120, Clichy-sous-Bois 93390, Auriol 13390, , carrelage style parquet, Granville 50400, Riviere-Pilote 972, Stains 93240, Saint-Cloud 92210, Palaiseau 91120, , Pose de parquet flottant stratifie a Nerac 47600, Peindre parquet bois a Saint-Thibault-des-Vignes 77400 Vitré 35500, La Gaude 06610, Commentry 03600, Luçon 85400, Noyelles-sous-Lens 62221, Chambray-lès-Tours 37170, , parquet versaille prix, Bras-Panon 974, Verrières-le-Buisson 91370, Le Port 974, L'Île-Saint-Denis 93450, Garches 92380, Montmorillon 86500, Montoir-de-Bretagne 44550, , Restauration de parquet bois a Clichy-sous-Bois 93390, tarif vitrification parquet teck Vitreux 39350, Béthisy-Saint-Pierre 60320, Saint-Cierge-sous-le-Cheylard 07160, Rossfeld 67230, Jonquerettes 84450, , probleme parquet flottant 64
Extranet. Parquet is a wood product especially manufactured for flooring purposes. FEP has made substantial efforts in the past to obtain the establishment of a European Norm clearly specifying that a wood flooring product can only be called “parquet” if its real wood top layer is at least 2.5mm in thickness. This endeavour allowed securing and safeguarding the quality image of parquet versus other flooring alternatives on the market, as well as versus panoply of imitations. There are two main types of real wood flooring: multilayer and solid wood floorings. These differ from each other through their construction. Multi-layer wood. Multi-layer or “engineered” wood floors comprise either Pose de parquet flottant stratifie a Nerac 47600 or three layers of wood, which are laid at right angles. The top layer is hardwood and the layers below are also wood-based products, for example, high-density fibreboard and pine. According the thickness of the real wood wear layer a distinction Pose de parquet flottant stratifie a Nerac 47600 made between: Parquet > 2.5 mm Wood floorings 13 mm). The different patterns. One strip. Available in narrow and wide formats, one-strip floors are sawn from one log giving a plank-like effect. Knotty timbers with lively grains give a rustic look, whilst clean-grained timbers are often used in more contemporary settings. One-strip floors are often considered to be the exclusive flooring option. Two or three strips. The surfaces of these floors are divided equally into uniform width slats or staves, like bricks in a wall. Two-strip floors are two slats wide and three-strip floors are divided into three slats. The pattern runs in the same direction throughout the floor. This design is used in modern and traditional interiors alike and works particularly well in smaller rooms, creating an illusion of space. Design/Patterned. Available as standard boards with a patterned surface or as short, two-layer “strips”, similar to traditional parquet. Standard boards come in a variety of patterns, including herringbone, basket weave and ship decks design, and are laid floating. Meanwhile, two-layer strips, which are glued to the subfloor, can be used to create similar patterns, borders or unique designs in a combination of different colours. What is laminate then? Laminate floors are made from fibres, which are pressed together, and the “wood effect” surface is a printed image with a wear resistant finishing top layer. Laminate floors are not made of real wood and they don't have a real wood surface layer. Laminates and wood-effect floors, though often radiating a “wood look”, should not be confused with real wood floors. European Federation of the Parquet Industry Fédération Européenne de l'Industrie du Parquet Föderation der Europäischen Parkett-Industrie.