Of course, the price of the parquet floor not so low, but for all its advantages and longevity, it is justified. In the manufacture of flooring used huge variety of wood and each has its own unique tone and physical-chemical properties. Wood species: Oak – the most widely wounded rock used in the manufacture of flooring, parquet, massive parquet and laminate. Has the original texture, formed at the cut of the annual rings and drastically changing when a different kind of cut. Colours svelovato from yellow to brown with a saturated shade of gray, sometimes green. Breed fairly solid and well-adapted to sudden changes in humidity and temperature. Beech – common wood species, along with oak, but has a higher compressive strength, for even then whiter resistant to mechanical damage. In this case, beech has a number of negative features, the most pronounced of which is a reaction to a drop of moisture.

It is expressed in changing the size of the floor plank. When the relative humidity below 45% bracket is narrowed, thus there are gaps on the floor, and vice versa with humidity over 60% of lath expands and pooped on the floor there. Beech has a characteristic pale pink color and less bright defined structure of wood. Tick – a shade of brown with light yellow. Breed firm, which has in the oil, which greatly complicate treatment.

Often used in the manufacture art parquet. Pear – has a sufficiently high strength and toughness. Hue from yellow-pink to pinkish-brown.

Tuesday, April 24th, 2012 News