Oak, cherry, mahogany, beech and pecan are the most used hardwoods for making
parquet floors. To create a pattern for making parquet floors, different colors,
types or species of wood are cut, stained and fitted. Parquet flooring can have a
very sophisticated look and is particularly elegant and stylish alternative as a
sub-style of wood flooring. They also give simple and rustic look. Parquet
flooring could come as wood borders, motifs and logos in a combination of wood
species to compliment your wood floor using state of the art laser cutting
machinery. Compared to other floorings, parquet flooring is much more resistant to
dents and scratches and is hardwearing enough to withstand heavy traffic
especially in public buildings. It gives emphasis on high dimensional stability.
Parquet flooring is maintained with routine vacuuming and sweeping and periodic
washing. Cleaning and repair would never be a problem. There are certain chemicals
(wood-floor renewal) that restore the shiny effect of wood floors making them look
like new. Parquet floors aesthetically compliments many other aspects of home
decors. Very hard woods are extremely durable and therefore are best suited for
children's areas and kitchens while more subtle hard wood is better for living
areas where hard wearing wood is not as important as the finish. And what made
this all possible? – Parquet’s elegant yet charming tradition.
They are first found in Royal homes and palaces. Toward the end of the Middle Age
the habit of matching different wood types to form a particular pattern was
already popular. Well-kept examples of the oldest indoor wood floors can be seen
in Scandinavia and England. Their roots span from the Gothic age through the 15th
century. The inlay technique was developed later with the use of valuable and rare
woods, but it became popular only in the second half of the seventeenth century.
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