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Discover our collection of high-quality certified wooden flooring solutions for indoor environments. Our products are meticulously crafted to meet rigorous standards for both quality and sustainability. Experience the beauty of natural wood while ensuring your flooring choice is eco-friendly and responsibly sourced. With our certified wooden flooring, you can create a stylish and sustainable interior that reflects your commitment to both aesthetics and the environment.

Dive into the world of exceptional wooden flooring presented by our vast array of top-tier selections. Each plank and panel echoes the legacy of age-old craftsmanship blended seamlessly with modern precision. Discover not only the timeless allure of classic wood patterns but also the opportunity to tailor configurations to your distinctive vision. Our range is particularly renowned for its intricate inlay wood flooring, where the beauty of wood is accentuated by detailed designs and inserts, creating a mesmerizing dance of patterns and textures on the floor.

Is it suitable to install a parquet floor in the bathroom or kitchen?

Yes, parquet following can indeed be installed in both kitchens and bathrooms without encountering significant issues. While water generally doesn't cause damage to parquet floors unless it accumulates or stagnates, it's important to choose wood species known for their stability in humid environments.

However, it's essential to exercise caution with certain wood species, such as Oak, which may develop blackish spots when exposed to humidity. Generally it is recommended to ensure the surface of the parquet floor is adequately protected.

Parquet floors are prized for their enduring beauty, durability and resilience. They excel in withstanding mechanical stress and offer exceptional thermal and acoustic insulation.

Lamparquet distinguishes itself from traditional parquet flooring due to its specific dimensions, typically ranging from 8 to 10 mm in thickness, 250 to 300 mm in length and 45 to 65 mm in width as per UNI 4375 standards. 

Yes, indoor wooden flooring can be suitable for high traffic areas. However, the durability and longevity of the flooring depend on factors such as the type of wood, finish and maintenance routine.

The choice between an oil-based finish and a varnish-based one depends on various factors, including personal preference, desired aesthetic, and level of maintenance.

Oil-based finishes penetrate the wood and provide a natural, matte appearance. They enhance the wood's natural beauty and texture while offering good protection against moisture and stains. However, oil-based finishes may require more frequent reapplication compared to varnish-based finishes and can darken over time.

On the other hand, varnish-based finishes create a protective layer on the surface of the wood, providing a glossy or satin sheen. They offer excellent durability and resistance to wear and tear, making them ideal for high-traffic areas. Varnish-based finishes typically require less maintenance and provide greater protection against spills and scratches.

Laminated floors, unlike wooden parquet, consist of wooden dust mixed with other materials, providing a parquet-like appearance but with differing mechanical properties as it is less durable and has a shorter lifespan. Melamine floors, meanwhile, utilise melamine resins for surface decoration and are not genuine parquet. Despite their wear resistance, they may not meet residential quality standards, lacking the natural resilience and charm of wood.

MDF (Medium Density Fiberboard) is an engineered wood product characterised by its laminate structure. Produced through a dry method, MDF panels are composed of medium-density fibres composed together with adhesive urea formaldehyde. MDF is classified under the broader category of Fibre Panels, with three distinct categories based on density: low (LDF), medium (MDF) and high (HDF). 

Yes, it is possible to lay parquet floors over existing ceramic tiles.The ceramic tile surface must be clean, dry, and free of any debris, dust, or grease. Additionally, any loose or damaged tiles should be repaired or replaced.It's essential to ensure that the ceramic tile surface is level and flat to prevent any issues with the new flooring installation. Any unevenness should be addressed using self-levelling compounds or other appropriate methods.

Certainly! We are pleased to inform you that our products obtained CE certification. This certification signifies that our products comply with the essential health, safety and environmental protection standards set by the European Union.

No. The marks left by chairs with wheels on parquet flooring are not indicative of a defective varnish finish, they are a result from the mechanical action of the wheels themselves.These indentations become visible under specific lighting conditions. To mitigate further damage, consider replacing the wheels with specially designed rubber-coated alternatives. These alternatives are more elastic than the varnish, reducing the likelihood of leaving marks.

The answer varies depending on the context. In the case of new construction, it is the responsibility of the designers and builders to adhere to relevant legislation regarding noise reduction during the construction phase. For existing houses where there is a need to improve acoustic insulation, solutions must be assessed on a case-by-case basis. For instance, in scenarios involving floating floors, incorporating a layer of thermo-acoustic insulation is a common approach to enhance soundproofing. 

Prefinished parquet floors are generally capable of enduring 2 to 3 sessions, often referred to as "freshening up".If sanding is performed before the floor displays noticeable signs of wear or damage, such as deep carvings or indentations, it may be feasible to sand the floor up to three or four times. However, it is important to emphasise that the hardwood surface layer of the pre-finished parquet should not be thinner than 2.5mm. This ensures that sanding can be carried out effectively without compromising the structural integrity of the flooring.

Traditional parquet flooring can typically undergo sanding approximately 2 to 4 times, similar to prefinished parquet. However, it is important to note that the varnish used in prefinished parquet tends to have greater hardness and resistance compared to the varnish applied during the installation of traditional parquet. Therefore, extra caution is advised when sanding traditional parquet floors.

When discussing underfloor heating systems, opting for wood flooring is highly beneficial. Parquest, being a natural insulation material, prevents direct contact with the heat emitted by radiant panels, ensuring a consistent and noise-free heat transfer. Additionally, all prefinished floors are suitable for installation over underfloor heating systems. 

Yes, it can be installed without issues on cooling screed, as wood effectively regulates humidity and thermal fluctuations. Prior to installation, it is imperative to verify that the system is functioning correctly to avoid any issues with the heating or cooling coils.

An important initial consideration is that upon installation of the wooden floor, it is highly recommended to promptly remove any glue spot without waiting for the completion of installation works and without rubbing the floor surface. If the floor surface does exhibit these shiny spots, the optimal procedure involves lightly sanding the lacquered surface and subsequently relacquering it. This process effectively addresses the damage caused by incorrect alcohol usage, restoring the floor surface to its desired appearance.

The use of alcohol for cleaning parquet requires careful consideration. It is essential to pay special attention to the concentration of alcohol, as rubbing the wooden floor with alcohol could potentially damage the varnish beyond repair. There, it is recommended to use only the minimal amount of alcohol necessary to remove grease from the surface of the floor, thus minimising the risk of causing damage.

The presence of unsightly white powder residuals in the veins of the brushing is likely caused by construction site dust. Despite some tasks being conducted in separate areas, particles from paint, plasterboards, and similar materials can become airborne and spread more extensively than anticipated.These chalk powders solidify upon contact with water, complicating cleaning efforts and exacerbating the issue. To prevent such problems, it is essential to cover the entire area during household construction projects, particularly if the floor features a brushed finish.

If this issue persists, a viable solution involves using a specific natural oily additive (B074), which is intended for skilled personal use.

In a typical household with 4 or 5 occupants, parquet floors can last for more than a hundred years. This durability is evident in certain historical buildings where ancient floors, treated with wax and lacking varnish, remain in acceptable condition to this day.

If this issue persists, a viable solution involves using a specific natural oily additive (B074), which is intended for skilled personal use.

Parquet floors can be highly resilient, especially when protected by a robust varnish, provided they are used and maintained with care. To avoid damaging parquet flooring, it is crucial to refrain from actions that may harm the surface of the wood. This includes avoiding rubbing the surface, dropping pointed objects onto it, allowing standing water and preventing pet's claws from causing damage.

The finishing layer of the parquet is the part most susceptible to wear. There, it is essential to preserve it through repair, through cleaning and routine maintenance to ensure its longevity.

The choice depends on the specific conditions of the location where the new wood is to be installed. Floating floor installation is often preferred when preserving the existing floor is desired or when minimising potential damage is a priority. However, for long term stability, installation by glueing is recommended. With this method, wooden boards are securely affixed and glued to the subfloor, ensuring durability over time. 

In contrast, floating installations involve the wooden boards resting on the floor without being secured or constrained, making them more susceptible to deformation or cracking, particularly with fluctuations in temperature and environmental humidity.

The repair method for a dent in the parquet depends on the type of flooring. For prefinished parquet, simply replacing te damaged board is typically sufficient. However, if it is traditional parquet, the repair process involves sanding the entire floor surface, not just the dented area. Localised repairs are single boards are feasible only if the parquet floor has an oil finish. For varnish finishes, treating and re-varnishing the entire floor is necessary to ensure uniformity in appearance and durability.

For optimal maintenance of parquet floors regular cleaning is essential.To effectively revive the varnish, it is important to use appropriate waxing products recommended and sold directly by the manufacturer.

When considering additional procedures, it is crucial to exercise caution in selecting and using products to avoid damaging the parquet. It is advisable to consult with the manufacturer or a professional before using store bought products.