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Herringbone Parquet Flooring

Engineered wood flooring that is laid in columns of parallel lines to resemble bones in a fish, Herringbone parquet flooring adds style and character to the home. Each plank is rectangular and composed of several layers of timber to make it solid and hardwearing. If you're looking to make a design statement or are looking for floor that is underground heating friendly, Herringbone parquet flooring is a great choice.

Herringbone parquet flooring doesn't just look great – it's easy to lay too thanks to a handy Click Loc installation system where planks fit together like a jigsaw. With both light and dark oak finishes available, it is well suited to larger rooms where the stylish design can be spread across a bigger area, for instance kitchens, hallways and living areas.

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Why Choose Herringbone Engineered Wood Flooring?

Herringbone Engineered Wood Flooring has the power to transform the dullest of rooms into a contemporary space with distinctive visual appeal. It is perfect for your home if you want a long lasting solution, and an upscale look and feel.

Irrespective of your taste in interior designing, Herringbone would match beautifully with the classical design, or the contemporary twist. Because it offers you a rich variety of colours ranging from dark chocolate-ish to light grey or oaks. Its versatility enables it to blend into almost any environment in your home.

How long does Herringbone Engineered Wood Flooring last?

If you have selected a Herringbone Engineered Wood Flooring with a thick top layer, you will enhance the number of re-sanding and the overall life of the flooring up to a decade.

Pros of Herringbone Engineered Wood Flooring

  • An excellent choice for making a cost-effective design statement.
  • It offers the best of both worlds. Classy on the surface, solid underneath.
  • They are ideal for the kitchen area.
  • It works with the underfloor heating.
  • A great option for larger rooms.

Cons of Herringbone Engineered Wood Flooring

  • Complicated installation.
  • A limited number of re-sanding.
  • Susceptible to frequently extreme weather.