• General 27.05.2019

    Parquet correctly set – tips and tricks many people would in time her apartment their home new gloss type. Among other things, the flooring is renewed like. Either the old tiles, or the old carpet thrown out and replaced, for example, with a parquet. The parquet itself has become more and more popular and you find nowadays in almost each apartment or in almost every home. Many just ask yourself this: how to move the parquet at all right? Should I lay the floor yourself or a professional company for me? The questions should be solved in the course of the following sections. As well as why enjoys the dance floor of so high popularity.

    First, there must be different. There are solid, Rod/mosaic – and finished parquets. All three types are installed differently. If you have read about Boy Scouts already – you may have come to the same conclusion. Solid parquet properly lay always a clean, dry, solid and plane and properly carried out underground laying of the parquet floor requires. Before taking up the work, the parquet should been awhile in the appropriate space located and on which there Temperature “accustomed”.

    A manageable area of the floor is coated with adhesive. It is helpful to draw lines on the ground beforehand. Along these lines, rods or plates in the desired pattern will be moved. Then is made with a latte whether the rods or lamellae plan. After laying the parquet floor is painted 2-3 times and each in-between ground. The surface is sealed and protected against damage as far as possible. The most solid parquet manufacturers recommend that maintain a waiting period of about a week between laying and treatment. Rod and mosaic parquet parquet rods are round grooved parquet Woods, which are connected when installing with end grain springs. Parquet belts have two edges surfaces a planed spring and the opposite of a Groove. Both forms of Rod parquet suitable for bonding on almost every floor, even for laying over underfloor heating.

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