The wooden floors are a kind of ageless classic, which most people choose for their attractive appearance, the pleasant structure and, above all, the high quality. You will have to choose the parquet floor very carefully, so you will look after it for years, which predict its characteristics and also the lifespan of the tree species. The less firm soils are usually obtained from coniferous trees, while the hardest soils are made from exotic timbers sourced from African or South American trees. One of the softest trees is the poplar and vice versa – one of the toughest species is the guaiac.
The parquet of conifers can also be solid and beautiful at the same time
The possibilities of wooden floors
Floors made of a certain type of wood are considered solid regardless of the width and height of the floor. Usually they are supplied without surface treatment, but their disadvantage is that they also change their volume with a change in the humidity in the home. Two to three-layer floors are increasingly being produced, which are more stable to changes in humidity and temperature in the home compared to massive models of just one type of wood. The durability and quality of the soil also depend on the laying method and the floor coverings.
The solid wood parquet floors are more expensive, but also a luxury symbol
The best advice is good care for the soil
Without quality data in wood we can not rely on the stability of the shape of the soil. Even before you choose the ground, you must make sure that the soil is stable, dry and free of dust. The wood is sensitive to moisture and heat and the temperature during laying should be the same as usual. How the soil is protected determines the surface.
The seller must explain to you how you care about your parquet floor