BIGGEST 3 Layers SP Floating Parquet

Single Plank Floating Parquet. The biggest size of a wood flooring, unique in its genre.

3 Layers Floating Wood Flooring is comfortable, warm, elegant and trendy.
3 Layers Floating Parquet is a stratified flooring, stuck on with high resistant glue: a solid wood upper layer, about 4-5 mm, a halfway birch or similar layer and a counterbalancing firs layer.
3 Layers Floating Parquet has the same warm of a solid wood flooring, but it can be quickly laid without using glue. Its laying, indeed, is floating with or without click joints, handy and efficient.
It’s sound-absorbent and thermo-isolating.
Customers can choose the glossiness of the 7 UV or Oiled varnishing. It can be brushed, planed, saw-toothed and, ofc, varnished.
Listonies, from 14 to 20 mm thick, have different sizes and dimensions.
Thanks to the facility of its laying and its maxi dimensions, 3 Layers Floating Parquet is suitable for every average foot traffic spaces like homes and offices.
Timbers differently react to the temperature, humidity and sunshine, and, thank to the oxidation process, they could change color.

Application Advices

The application of the 3 Layers Floating Parquet is easy and fast on each stable base, but we still suggest you to turn to a qualified staff.
The laying, with or without click system, is floating, so no glue required.
Some kind of 3 Layers Floating Parquet laying imposes the use of the glue between listonies, but never between flooring and base. That’s why this laying requires a specific sound absorbent mat.
3 Layers Floating Parquet can be laid also on pre-existent flooring, but they must be well fixed and levelled.

Maintenance Advices

3 Layers Floating Parquet maintenance imposes both ordinary and extraordinary care.
For the ordinary care is advisable to remove dust with a hoover or antistatic rag and wash the floor with a damp but very wrung out soft rag.
For the extraordinary care, suggested every 10-15 years, you must turn to specialized staff, who will sand the floor to remove scratches or scores, or just to revive colour, shininess and look.

Main Wood Species

Afzelia
Africa Origin
High Oxidation
Medium Hardness

Iroko
Africa Origin
High Oxidation
Low/Medium Hardness

Oak
Europe Origin
Low Oxidation
High Hardness

Teak
Asia Origin
Low Oxidation
Low Hardness

Walnut
Europe Origin
Low Oxidation
High Hardness

Wengé
Africa Origin
Low Oxidation
High Hardness