Oak Parquet Flooring

Oak parquet flooring is formed from individual oak blocks which are positioned together to make various parquet patterns to name a few; herringbone, chevron, Versailles and more. In the UK oak is the most popular species of parquet flooring simply because of its versatility when it comes to applying a finish or a stain, allowing you to choose from a variety of different shades, colours and textures.

Oak parquet wood flooring is available in both solid and engineered boards. Solid parquet flooring is construct only from solid oak pieces whilst engineered parquet flooring consists of multiple layers of plywood and a solid oak veneer both are bonded together to make an extremely durable floor. Engineered parquet flooring is suitable for underfloor heating and can be installed in wet rooms such as kitchens and bathrooms.

Parquet flooring can be sanded and refinished several times subject to the overall thickness but generally most products can be sanded down seven times, this process is usually carried out once every 15 years. One you sand down a parquet floor you have the option to re finish the flooring back to its original look or to totally change its appearance by applying a different coloured stain.

Overall oak parquet flooring is easy to install and there are two different joining methods tongue and groove and click. Tongue and groove parquet flooring would need to be installed using glue or nails and click parquet flooring just simply clicks together like a jigsaw. The key to a smooth and swift installation of oak parquet flooring is to make sure the sub floor is level.

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