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What kind of flooring to choose?

Choosing wood flooring for a room or for decking is not that simple… How will it be used? What laying method? How do you maintain it? To assist you with your project, Décoplus Parquets has devised a buying guide with instructional information to help you make the right choice.

What kind of flooring to choose?

What kind of flooring to choose?

Choosing wood flooring for a room or for decking is not that simple… How will it be used? What laying method? How do you maintain it? To assist you with your project, Décoplus Parquets has devised a buying guide with instructional information to help you make the right choice.

VIDEO : How to choose your parquet flooring?

Le parquet en bois naturel représente un élément chaleureux, naturel et sain, mais aussi un atout décoratif valorisant qui peut complètement transformer votre intérieur. Décoplus Parquets vous propose une large gamme de parquets de tous styles : essences de bois, […]

Why should you choose parquet for your floor?

What type of parquet should you choose? Choosing parquet or flooring for your deck is not as easy as you might think… What will it be used for? What type of installation will you use? What kind of maintenance are […]

Solid wood flooring, engineered wood flooring, laminate flooring: advantages & disadvantages

What type of wood flooring should I choose? Choosing wood flooring for a room or for decking is not that simple… How will it be used What laying method? How do you maintain it? To assist you with your project, […]

What is solid wood flooring?

What is solid wood flooring? Solid wood flooring is the original, traditional and time-honoured form of wood flooring. It is wood flooring par excellence, and Décoplus Parquets is the specialist in this kind of flooring. Durable and hard wearing, a […]

What is engineered wood flooring?

The aesthetic qualities of engineered wood flooring compare very favourably  with those of solid wood flooring.  The treatments and styling finishes used these days for this type of flooring are similar in all respects to those applied to solid wood […]

What is laminate flooring?

In contrast to solid wood flooring and engineered wooden flooring, laminate flooring is not classed as a type of wood flooring as no natural wood is used in its manufacture. This type of flooring provides a more practical and less expensive […]

What types of wood flooring can be installed with underfloor heating?

To establish whether your wood flooring is compatible with underfloor heating or not, you first need to find out about heat conduction to the floor’s surface. Depending on the structure and sizes of the flooring strips themselves, wood flooring may […]

What types of wood flooring can be installed over an underfloor cooling system?

Some kinds of wood flooring can, under certain circumstances, be installed over an underfloor cooling system: – Choose solid or engineered wood flooring of low thickness (‹ 10 mm) and made from wood species rated at usage class 3. – […]

Which parquet should you choose for a humid room?

For all humid rooms, such as kitchens, bathrooms, WCs, and shower rooms, it is recommended that you use solid wood parquets made from exotic tropical woods: Bamboo, Ipé, Cumaru, Jatoba, Merbau, or Teak… These varieties come in a wide array […]

How to choose flooring for a high foot traffic area?

With wear, natural wood floors hold up better than laminate flooring, but some wood species and finishes are recommended over others. Real wood flooring: Choose hard wood species, like compressed Bamboo, Wenge, Cumaru, Kempas, Merbau, or even Maple. Oak is […]

Glossary – Wood flooring jargon

Here is a glossary of the most current terms used when speaking about wood flooring Sapwood The youngest part of wood, located around the trunk’s perimeter just under the bark. This is the living part, where the raw sap travels […]

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