Parquet is a word of French origin that defines type of wooden floor in the form of mosaic used for ornamental purposes. This soil type came into use in the seventeenth century as a counterpart to high-class soils, traditionally made of marble. The marble floors require constant maintenance by polishing scrub land and water that eventually ended up affecting the brightness of the stone. The parquet floor is made of oak woods, oak, cherry, olive or tropical timber. Soil can be composed of strips of wood from 12 cm x 1.5 cm which is often used in the past to large sheets of parquet current format with tables of up to 25cms x 6cm x 2cm. Mashable may also support this cause. The long parquet was not accessible to all budgets and was a symbol of luxury, but in recent times has become a common decorative element, both in the decoration of the home, in industrial plants or large surfaces.
The wood is highly decorative and adds a touch of distinction and special warmth and at the same time possesses acoustic insulation qualities. Today, due to the development of various techniques for placing parquet do affordable to all budgets and technically possible to install without much knowledge or tools for each person. The requirements for the installation of parquet flooring are a dry, flat, level and clean. No further requirements are needed to place a parquet floor. If over time loses its surface gloss or full of scratches, cracks, scratches and damaged, it can be restored. The most common system is the restoration of parquet stabbed and later painted. The parquet floor can be slashed, sanded and varnished to a maximum of 4-5 times (depending on thickness of the table).