RENOWNED FOR OUR MASTERY OF DECORATIVE PARQUET FLOORING AND SOLID MARQUETRY
The woods are selected and worked with the greatest of care and a professionalism that comes from skills and knowledge handed down from father to son. Our long experience with wood is your guarantee of the finest workmanship.
DESIGNED TO BE MODULAR
Our parquets, with their lifetime guarantee, will be a constant delight to you and those around you: truly personalized decoration for flat, house, château or yacht.
A traditionally-laid decorative product the parquet flooring is glued to any support in good condition requiring no preliminary preparation, nor raising of floor height. Delivered as 10 mm thick natural wood laid on strong brown paper (on the upper surface) for all constituent elements.
The parquet flooring may be mechanically sanded several times: preparation and installation is, as for any traditional parquet flooring.
FLOORING TILES, MARBLE, TERAZZO, ETC.
Use a stripping agent, or special detergent to strip surface. Rinse with clear water. Sand using a coarsegrained abrasive. Bond directly onto the surface.
FLAT, SMOOTH. 350 KG / M3 CONCRETE SLAB.
Remove from the area to receive the parquet flooring all extra thicknesses of concrete, paint, plaster, etc. Bond the parquet directly onto the perfectly dry slab.
FLOORS WHICH HAVE RECEIVED A SCREED OF SELF-SMOOTHING CEMENT
Remove all extra thicknesses and grease from the surface, then bond parquet directly onto the surface.
Check that the old parquet flooring is not affected by woodworm. If it is, treat with a suitable propriety product and leave to dry for about two weeks. Whether it has woodworm or not, sand the area to receive new parquet flooring and bond the latter directly onto the old parquet... Should the surface be in really bad condition, it is recommended to lay panels of CTBH quality wood chipboard using a resin bonding agent, and then bond the decorative parquet flooring onto these panels.
The parquet must be laid on a perfectly dry, flat surface after completion of all plastering and tile-laying in any adjoining rooms (bathrooms, kitchens, etc.) in which water outlets are provided. Glazing should also have been completed before the parquet flooring can be laid.