Parquet Floors

Parquet wood flooring

was first introduced in France in the late 17th century. Parquet wood blocks have fixed dimensions, so they can be laid in intricate geometric patterns. They remain a sign of quality and craftsmanship and have been growing in popularity for years.

Parquet wood flooring is a great way to introduce patterns in a subtle, stylish, and enduring way.

The best choice is to put on concrete or tile subfloor. It’s a common choice for basement floors because the Floating floor deals well with moisture. Also, it’s a good choice to install where loud noise is not permitted.

We always install a tiny layer of foam to divide wood from the subfloor which increases softness under your feet and adds warmth to the floor.