1. Introduction:

Parquet is a type of flooring made up of small wooden elements that are interconnected at an angle. Parquet is one of the most popular types of flooring due to its beauty and durability.

There are several types of parquet based on material, such as solid parquet, mosaic parquet, and engineered parquet. Solid parquet consists of thick wooden planks, mosaic parquet consists of small elements around 8 mm in size, and engineered parquet consists of several layers including a top layer of natural wood and a base of pressed wood.

Parquet can be single-layer or multi-layered in structure. Single-layer parquet consists only of a top layer of natural wood, while multi-layered parquet consists of several layers, including a top layer of natural wood and a base of more durable materials.

Parquet can be manufactured using glue, wedges, or a clip system. Glued parquet consists of elements that are joined together with glue, wedged parquet consists of elements joined together at an angle using wedges, and clip system parquet consists of elements joined together using a special clip system.

The sizes of parquet can vary. The width of elements can range from 40 to 150 mm, while the length can range from 200 to 1200 mm.

One of the advantages of parquet is its beauty, durability, and ability to be restored in case of damage. However, it should be noted that parquet has a high cost and requires careful maintenance.

Thus, parquet is a great choice for those looking for beautiful and durable flooring, but one should keep in mind its high cost and demanding maintenance.

  1. Types of Parquet by Material:
  • Solid Parquet
  • Mosaic Parquet
  • Engineered Parquet
2.   Parquet Structure:
  • Single-layer Parquet
  • Multi-layered Parquet
3.  Parquet Manufacturing Technology:
  • Glued Parquet
  • Wedged Parquet
  • Clip System Parquet
4.  Parquet Sizes:
  • Element Width: 40-150 mm
  • Element Length: 200-1200 mm
 Advantages of Parquet:
  • Beauty
  • Durability
  • Restorability
Disadvantages of Parquet:
  • High cost
  • High maintenance requirements