Wooden Parquet flooring is arguably the most luxurious of options you can grace your floor with. The most prestigious of venues, mansions and palaces around the world are lucky enough to boast having them. Suitable for both domestic and commercial applications, hard wood floors are also well known for their hard wearing properties and ease to refurbish/refinish to remove scratches.
If you’re looking for a traditional look wooden floor with modern technologies you have come to the right place. At One Stop Flooring we have a large range of different shades, finishes and wood types available within our Parquet wooden floor range.
Our Parquet floor range also has engineered wood and solid wood to choose from to suite your installation requirements. Engineered parquet wood flooring has advantages over traditional parquet solid-wood flooring. Due to its dimensional stability, it is also suitable for applications where underground heating is used.
There are a number of different species of wood available in our parquet wood flooring range including: Ash, Beech, Cherry, Maple, Merbau, Oak and Walnut.
They are available in various designs including Herringbone, Dutch Pattern and Chevron. Please browse our extensive range below.
What is the difference between Herringbone Flooring & Chevron Flooring
The main difference between the two designs are:
- Herringbone planks are cut at a 90 degree angle.
- Chevron planks are cut at a 45 degree angle.
- Herringbone flooring has a zigzag pattern but it has a staggered effect.
- Chevron flooring creates a zigzag pattern, coming to a point at the top of each zigzag.
Is Parquet Flooring Waterproof?
Both parquet engineered wood flooring and parquet solid wood flooring can be water resistant to small amounts of water or liquid spillages. However they are in not waterproof. It is not recommended to install a hardwood floor in areas with lots of water, for example a kitchen, bathroom or utility room.