Finishes, floor dimensions and product series
Oil-wax infiltrates the structure of wood, underlining its natural beauty and, at the same time, preserving the floor.
Numerous and strong saw marks on the board surface perpendicular to the board edge. Such marks give a floor a definite structure and a rustic character.
The combination of individual floor elements without a characteristic bevel ensures the effect of a nearly uniform surface.
Involves brushing of the soft parts of grains in order to obtain small pits. Gives an antique appearance to the floor.
Saw traces on the board surface perpendicular to the board edge. Traces of different intensity give a floor a very rustic character.
A traditional wood-shaping method makes the surface undulating and uneven. Dents created during the process may also go beneath the surface.
Consists in gentle cutting of all four edges of the board. Optically exposes individual floor elements.
A process consisting in gentle cutting of all four edges of the board with a manual planer. Bevelling with varying intensity creates smaller or bigger dents on connections of individual floor elements
Consists in varied finishing of edges of individual floor elements.
The floor may be fitted with underfloor heating.