BERGLAND PARKETT

S O L I D H A R D W O O D and P R E-F I N I S H E D P A R Q U E T at the same time
3 L A Y E R S O F T H E S A M E H A R D W O O D
Thanks to innovative engineering techniques, Bergland-Parkett is the first manufacturer to create a high-grade 3-layer solid parquet flooring made of one and the same hardwood. This technique allows Bergland-Parkett to combine all advantages of solid and pre-finished parquet flooring in one product.
S O L I D and P R E-F I N I S H E D
Due to the exceptional construction of Bergland-Parkett, which has been the recipient of awards, it has been possible to reduce swelling and shrinkage coefficients by up to 70 % as against solid wood. The solid construction and the fact of the parquet being well-set into the substrate contribute to a substantial improvement of the acoustic insulation.
T E C H N I C A L D E T A I L S
1. Ecological surface oil wax, 7-fold quality sealing or unfinished.
2. approx. 5 mm top layer for maximum durability even in case of heavy use.
3. approx. 5 mm cross layed lamellas for optimum stability.
4. approx. 5 mm underlayer made of the same hardwood as the top layer and the cross layed lamellas.
5. High-grade gluing 100 % free of toxic substances and eco friendly.
6. by CE guidelines produced
U S E and I N S T A L L A T I O N
Bergland-Parkett wood flooring is composed of three layers of the same hardwood, presenting a total thickness of 15 mm or 10,7 mm (collection “Kreativ”). The advantage of this 3-layer construction is that the parquet flooring is particularly hard-wearing and dimensionally stable. Furthermore it is eminently suitable for both floating and for glued installation (10,7 mm wood needs to be glued because of the norms). Except for a few wood species, all Bergland-Parkett floorings are suited to be installed on a radiant floor heating, considering the specific laying instructions of the manufacturer.
F R O N T E D G E G L U E I N G
Thanks to the special manufacturing processes developed by Bergland-Parkett, it is now possible to glue the “front edges” of the 2-strip plank flooring elements, a new procedure in addition to the well-known “side edge glueing”. In consequence, protection against moisture is considerably improved and long lasting stability ensured.