Pine Parquet Flooring
Pine parquet flooring is a affordable type of natural softwood flooring material that delivers a warm and comfortable atmosphere to any room. Pine wood parquet floor has a golden yellow colour with brown grain and swirly line. After installation, a pine parquet floor has a smooth texture.
The rectangular wooden blocks or planks can be laid in angular and geometric pattern that form triangles, squares and lozenges design that is seen in traditional parquet floors.
Why install pine parquet flooring?
An attractive feature for pine wood parquet floor is its aromatic characteristics. It emits a sweet aroma of lemon and citrus scent which made the surroundings smell refreshing. After installing the oak flooring, this aroma tends to linger throughout the room.
Pine parquet flooring has a beautiful colour. After installation, it has a lovely golden brown hue. This evolves into coffee brown and burgundy colours over time. It has great rustic qualities. As long as it is maintained properly, pine parquet flooring ages well and maintains its sheen.
An amazing characteristic of pine parquet flooring is that it is durable. It can last for decades if it is installed and maintained well. It absorbs shocks and is scratch resistant. As a result, pine parquet is an excellent flooring material.
Precaution and Maintenance
Timber floor requires proper maintenance for it to look good over the years. Vacuum this floor regularly. Pine parquet flooring is made up of single blocks arranged in a room together. By vacuuming, you can reach into the cracks between the blocks and suck up the dirt You can also use a dry mop to sweep away the dirt on a parquet floor. It helps to remove all the dirt and debris that the vacuum could have missed.
If your parquet floor is sealed, you can clean it with a damp mop. Use as little water as possible. Remove all the dirt that's on the floor as you mop. As you do this, wring out the mop completely and then dry out the parquet floor Ensure there is no stagnant water.
Area Where Pine Parquet Flooring Is Suitable
Pine parquet flooring can be installed in various locations within your house. Examples areas are the living room, bedrooms, balcony, kitchen, hallway and basement. However, it should not be installed in areas such as the pantry and the bathroom. This is because these locations often get waterlogged. Pine parquet floor is sensitive to excessive moisture. As such, it should be installed in the predominantly dry areas. Equally versatile to install in non-residential and commercial buildings such as schools, places of worship, offices, retail establishment and restaurants.
Being one of the softwood species used for parquet floors, pine wood parquet flooring is relatively cheaper than its hardwood counterparts.
Parquet floor typically helps to appreciate the asset value of your property. A good investment if you intend to re-sell your premises in the foreseeable future.
Though lightweight when compared to hardwood, pine flooring is a sturdy floor material with strong structural strength. Pine wood has good elasticity and resists shrinking and swelling very well.
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