Strips-oak

Oak (Quercus robur/petraea) elements for flooring strips/lhd.

- Production capacity:cca 1000m3/year
- Humidity: fresh
- Quality: 4sc /1sc/ rustical.




We also offer finished parquet/LHD.
 

Parquet strips

(French parqueterie, from parquet.) The large diagonal squares known as parquet de Versailles were introduced there in 1684, as parquet de menuiserie ("woodwork parquet"), to replace the marble flooring that required constant washing, which tended to rot the joists beneath the floors. Such parquets en lozange were noted by the Swedish architect Daniel Cronström at Versailles and at the Grand Trianon in 1693.

Timber contrasting in color and grain, such as oak, walnut, cherry, lime, pine, maple etc. are sometimes employed; and in the more expensive kinds the richly coloured mahogany and sometimes other tropical hardwoods are also used. While not technically a wood, bamboo is also a popular material for modern floors.