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The noblest raw material is oak wood, obtained from Polish forests, mainly from Warmia and Mazury and Podkarpacie. The oak parquet has a 1st class finish, which means that it has a uniform color and grain. Oak wood has a beautiful dark golden color, it is very durable, hard and resistant to water. This parquet looks great for many years of use.

For people who like different colors, we recommend red oak parquet with a characteristic brown-red color and a clearly marked structure, or smoked oak – dark with distinct rings.

For amateurs of light floors, we suggest taking a closer look at acacia, cherry, sycamore or ash parquets.

Acacia has a delicate honey color with slightly scratched rings or after thermal treatment in the process of preparing the so-called steamed acacia – olive-brown. It is durable and hard wood, so parquets made of it are durable and resistant to abrasion.

Oak

Oak wood has a natural dark golden color, it is a hard material, very durable, heavy and resistant to water. Our wood comes from Polish forests, mainly from the region of Warmia and Mazury and Podkarpacie. Oak wood is the noblest building material for the production of natural floors.

Red Oak

Red oak wood has a narrow white and a reddish brown heartwood. It is hard and heavy, with medium elasticity. Red oak, as the name suggests, is a red-colored wood with a clearly marked structure.

Smoked Oak

Oak wood has a natural dark golden color, it is a hard material, very durable, heavy and resistant to water. Our wood comes from Polish forests, mainly from the region of Warmia and Mazury and Podkarpacie. Oak wood is the noblest building material for the production of natural floors.

Acacia

The acacia has a soft honey color with slightly outlined rings. Its wood is durable and hard. Steamed acacia is wood subjected to thermal treatment – steaming, thus obtaining an olive-brown color. In combination with the clear graining, it creates a unique effect.

Cherry

Cherry is a noble tree of the rose family, mainly found in Europe and Asia Minor. Reaches a height of up to 30 meters. Cherry wood is a valued carpentry material. The parquet made of this tree is characterized by a beautiful, clear grain pattern and pleasant warm colors.

Sycamore

Sycamore wood is characterized by exceptionally narrow, slightly brown rings and a beautiful light color. The sycamore tree reaches a height of about 30 m. This tree practically does not occur in pure stands, but only mixed with other species of deciduous trees. Durability is considered to be the most important feature of sycamore.

Ash

Ash wood is a very fashionable material with high durability, distinctive graining and bright intense color. Origin: mainly from Europe, Crimea, the Caucasus, Central Russia and Asia. In Poland, ash is a strange forest tree, one of the most valuable and noble species of native deciduous trees. It does not create solid stands. It occurs in river valleys where it forms tree stands with alder and oak.