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|Width (mm)||66.67 - 69.85|
|Flooring type||Parquet Woodblock Flooring|
|Floor Age||Old / Reclaimed Flooring|
|Fitting||Independent Professional Fitting & Finishing Contacts Available On Request|
|Shipping||Can Be Arranged At Clients Request Haulage Charge Will Apply|
Parquet styles available - single, double and square herringbone, brick pattern, chevron, single, double and triple basket weave, basket 5 on 1, random width, single and double Bretton cross, Mill-wise bordered double cross, Versailles panel, 4 Carreaux Square and Mitre boarded basket 4 to 1.
SAGE Code: F-W-41-090-024#S3
Frequently asked questions
Parquet is the name given to a style of flooring which originated in France in the late 1600's. Small blocks, or strips, of wood are laid in geometric patterns, typically in angular shapes. Traditionally parquet was made with solid wood.
Parquetry flooring is sometimes also referred to as herringbone, chevron, woodblock and fingerblock.
Q. Are all of Wilsons Yards floors reclaimed?
A. Whilst Wilsons yard specialize in reclaimed/salvaged flooring approximately 10% of our floors are new specially selected F.S.C accredited timbers.
Q. What is resawn flooring?
A. Resawn means to saw again, so that may be from our beautiful 19th century seasoned antique beams or from new F.S.C approved quality oak logs.
Q. Are your floors suitable for under floor heating?
A. The majority of our floors are suitable for U.F.H provided that certain guidelines are adhered to. A member of our sales team will be happy to explain based on the floor that you choose.
Q. Does my floor come pre-finished?
A. The majority of Wilsons floors need to be finished onsite, this means sanded and sealed. Some of our pre-finished floors will require one final coat of sealer only.
Q. In what condition will I receive my flooring order?
A. With reclaimed boards, Wilsons will clean the board and remove any nails or pins leaving it suitable for reuse. With parquet/woodblock flooring we will remove a sufficient amount of the original glue/tar from the bottom and edge of each block leaving it suitable for reuse.
Q. What are the chances of my flooring moving, twisting or warping?
A. If you and your floor fitter follow a few simple but very important rules then you will not have any difficulty with movement in your flooring! We recommend you take professional advice on this matter as climatic condition vary from project to project. Wilsons always recommend a professional floor fitter for best practice!
Please watch our short video on Parquet flooring being fitted at one of our customers homes