The choice for your classic style projects: real oak wood floors, for glued and floating installation, characterized by long staves that contribute to bringing finesse and elegance to any space, public and private.
Usage classes and classifications
Three-layer parquet. Four-sided bevelling. Painted with 5 coats of 10% gloss acrylic paint and brushed with medium brushing.
• ± 3 mm upper solid oak layer
• 10 mm middle layer
• 2 mm lower layer in poplar
Presence of cut staves possible, up to 25% of the contents of each package.
Before laying, it is necessary to check that the subfloor is smooth, flat, solid and dry. Glued installation is mandatory if laying on a heated subfloor in order to optimize its thermal transmission (minimum heat dispersion) without creating air bubbles between screed and parquet due to gluing. With a spreader of type recommended by adhesive manufacturer, a suitable adhesive such as two-component, polyurethane or silane glue etc is spread on the subfloor. Following appropriate processing, this creates what are known as "adhesion lines" so as to allow good contact - at least 70% - between the adhesive itself and the subfloor. It is essential that the glue is spread evenly; excess or insufficient glue can compromise correct installation.
Floating installation creates a single floor surface simply resting on the subfloor. It is made with pre-finished parquet staves fitted with tongue/groove interlock joints, glued together with vinyl adhesive. A vapour barrier is placed between the floor and the parquet in order to block any rising damp, as well as an additional mat to correct any flaws in the subfloor. In the case of heated or cooled subfloor, choosing a suitable mat is recommended.
Cleaning and maintenance
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