Multi-layer parquet

Multiplex parquet

Multi-layer parquet is composed of 3 or more layers of wood affixed to one another at right angles. The top layer is made of hard wood (e.g., oak) with a thickness of at least 2.5 mm. The layers below are also made of wood products but then of pine or wood sheeting (e.g., plywood, pressed wood fibre (HDF), ….). This type of parquet is the solution for the problems that may arise when using solid parquet. Multi-layer parquet is much more stable than a solid parquet floor.

Advantages

  • Extremely stable:
    Due to the way the layers of plywood are glued to together at right angles, the wood will shift less as a result of changes in temperature and humidity.
  • The use of wood products under the top layer is also environmentally friendly and is sometimes cost-reducing.
  • Suitable for underfloor heating.

 

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