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by on August 23, 2019
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For the past 10 years, the sales of parquet flooring are increasing. But why more and more people rely on wood flooring? What makes wooden floors so advantageous over other floors in private homes, shops, offices or restaurants? Let us learn everything in the following.

Why parquet?

Of course, most Woven Parquet users, first of all, opt for the laying of a parquet floor due to the appealing look. Although the prices for these floors are not prohibitive, the wooden floor lends the room a luxurious flair through its elegance and charisma.

Whether in the private house, in the reception room of a company headquarters, in the restaurant or in the local shop: A parquet floor is a feel-good guarantor, makes an impression and radiates comfort and warmth. While tiled rooms often seem sterile and not very comfortable, the parquet floor made of the natural product real wood gives every room a pleasant, relaxed and yet lively atmosphere.

When it comes to laying design, color, and surface treatment, you have many options, so it's up to your imagination what you do with and out of the ground.

Also, the durability and robustness of the bamboo flooring are a very special quality feature and an advantage over all other materials. Parquet floors are stylistically absolutely timeless. Although the pattern of the parquet flooring varies from time to time, since the beginning of the 20th century, parquet made of real wood has consistently been considered a noble, attractive and always contemporary floor covering in private homes.

This is how you benefit in particular from the long service life of the parquet floors.

• In comparison to other floors, which become irreparable over the years or are simply no longer beautiful to look at, parquet, therefore, pays off in the long run. If you create a floor covering that is of good quality and is more than 2.5 mm thick, you can renovate and refurbish it at least twice, often even 3 or even 4 times.

• The entire surface of the soil is sanded off, removing about 5 to 7 tenths of a millimeter of wood. Thus, all superficial scratches, blemishes, and discolorations disappear and, after re-sealing or oiling, the wood parquet looks like new again after 10 to 15 years.

• If the real wood floor is damaged deeper in some places so that the sanding is not enough, you can even replace individual elements. Especially with pre-finished parquet elements, you do not even have to re-sand, oil or wax. Thus, parquet is the only flooring that can be partially or completely renovated.

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