Herringbone parquet is a parquet floor in which the parquet boards are placed diagonally against each other, forming a herringbone pattern. Herringbone parquet is a traditional and stylish solution that fits many interior styles.
With the novel click connection, herringbone parquets can easily be installed as floating. Thanks to the floating clickable installation method, herringbone parquet no longer needs to be glued to the base, which significantly speeds up and simplifies installation work.
New moisture-resistant HDF middle layer floating herringbone parquets have several advantages. HDF (High Density Fiberboard) constructed herringbone parquets are several times more resistant to crushing and dents than traditional wooden parquet. In addition, HDF construction herringbone parquets are significantly more moisture-resistant, making them well suited for installation in the entrance or kitchen. This parquet does not fear high-heeled shoes and heavy falling objects. Click connections are waxed, which on one hand adds moisture resistance to the parquet and on the other hand reduces possible creaking characteristic of wooden floors in case the subfloor is not sufficiently flat. Thanks to the dense HDF construction, these parquets have better heat conduction and are very suitable in the presence of underfloor heating. One of the advantages of HDF-based parquet is also the product's stable large format. HDF construction herringbone parquets can be purchased at a quite reasonable m2 price.
Positive features of gluing the herringbone parquet to the subfloor include low thermal resistance as the parquet is connected to the subfloor. Very low footstep and impact noise. No need for expansion joints: floors installed with glue do not require expansion and contraction joints between rooms.
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