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Massif Wooden Flooring

Massif Wooden Flooring is a natural and ecological solution, which provides great strength and durability.  This floor is ideal for areas with special requirements as it is possible to restore.  The Massif Floors that Parxyl produces stand out for their unique quality characteristics due to the meticulous selection of raw materials and the constant control of cutting and processing wood.  With continuous controls and strict screenings of parquets, we have managed to achieve greater uniformity and high levels of quality Massif Wooden Flooring

Bamboo

  Hundreds of species among dozens of genera from the Poaceae (grass) family.  Being a monocot in the grass family, bamboo does not have any sapwood/heartwood or growth rings. Its colour is pale yellow to almost white.  Live bamboo that has been left...

Τeak

This tropical kind of wood is mainly found in Burma and India. The sapwood is white to pale yellow, while the heartwood is dark golden-brown without marks.  Including the power of nature Teak is an extremely hard kind of wood which makes it difficult to be...

Merbau

  Merbau is a fairly hard, heavy kind of wood, with high density and high natural lifetime duration and resistance to destruction; therefore, it is considered the most suitable wood for flooring for both indoors and outdoors.  Merbau is one of the tropical...

Lam Parquet

  This kind of parquet constitutes the best alternative solution when the solid parquet is forbidden either for economical or other reasons.  The Lam parquet consists of different materials forming several layers, with the last one looking a lot like wood....

Mosaic Parquet

Mosaic parquet is made of small solid hardwood blocks, which are delivered as pattern panels on a net, forming parquet boards. Each strip thickness is about 8mm in general. The boards are then glued to the floor surface giving a solid, robust and durable...

Wenge

Wenge is an exotic kind of wood with its natural habitat being the open forests of Zaire, Cameroon and Gabon.  The heartwood is dark brown, almost black, while the quartersawn surface is decorated with fine pencil-thin, light tan and white lines.  The...

Merbau

Merbau is a fairly hard, heavy kind of wood, with high density and high natural lifetime duration and resistance to destruction; therefore, it is considered the most suitable wood for flooring for both indoors and outdoors.  Merbau is one of the tropical...

Kempas

There are a few wood species that really stand out from the crowd especially when it comes to wood used for hardwood flooring and Kempas is one of them!  Originating from Indonesia, it is one of those tall deciduous trees that produce some of the most...

Kempas

There are a few wood species that really stand out from the crowd especially when it comes to wood used for hardwood flooring and Kempas is one of them!  Originating from Indonesia, it is one of those tall deciduous trees that produce some of the most...

Fir

  Light wood with good mechanical properties! The White Fir comes from the forests of Austria, France, Switzerland, Sweden, Norway, Finland, Russia, it is white matte and is dry wood. It has neither resinous odor nor resins.  The Red or Swedish Fir was so...

Doussie

  Originating from Africa, Doussie is one of the most stable and durable kinds of wood and as a tree it is found in areas near the sea and dense forests.  In its green state, Doussie wood is light brown with orange shadings, while its exposure to air and...

Iroko

  Iroko, is semi-hard, highly stable to temperature and humidity changes wood, originating from mid-west Africa.  Its density is lower than other tropical species of wood, but it has great stability under normal circumstances of use, it has long lifetime duration and...

Oak

  Oak is a kind of wood that has been used for many years to manufacture high quality and aesthetic flooring worldwide.   All types of oak are hard and firm wood and are classified as the most popular wood for floors, due to their excellent wear resistance which makes...