Multilayer parquet consists of a solid wooden top layer, glued to a bottom layer in plywood or block board. The top layer varies from 3 mm to 6 mm of solid wood. These boards are usually finished beforehand and can be glued directly to the surface.
A beautiful and affordable European oak parquet floor that can be installed floating or glued down. Moreover, this parquet is treated with a varnish finish and is available in 4 different colours.
Complementing the Paris collection, the Paris Plus collection offers the same trendy colours on wider and longer planks in a beautiful select/bis assortment.
A collection of Oak parquet floor for lovers of a wide parquet, with some knots here and there but not looking too rustic after all.
The Life collection includes 9 timeless colour finishes from light to dark and the boards are available in all possible thicknesses, widths and classes.
The Belgiqa Royal collection sets one step further in top finish grade. To obtain the desired effect we use all kinds of techniques, such as staining, reactive staining, smoking, etc.
Hard-wearing and easy to maintain. That is the Belgiqa Project collection in a nutshell. Thanks to 7 layers of industrial varnish, this collection stands out from all standard varnish finishes.
Whoever says Stormwood, says character. The Belgiqa Stormwood parquet is made from old oak - complete with open knots and dry cracks - and then carefully worked with a band saw.
The Belgiqa Olympus collection offers beautiful floors full of character. Thanks to a chemical weathering technique, these floors have a unique look.
If you are looking for an eye-catcher, be sure to drop by to see this Atelier collection. Traditional weathered oak floors, with a look and feel that cannot just be photographed.
The Belgiqa Artisan collection is a wonderful example of quality craftsmanship. The colours create a refined and elegant look, which also looks very natural. Artisan is pure nostalgia.Prices from €123,66 incl. VAT.
Fishbone or Hungarian points can be applied anywhere and they bring their surplus value in the both classic and the most modern interiors.
Belgiqa Herringbone floorings can be applied anywhere and they bring their surplus value in the both classic and the most modern interiors.
Bamboo is especially known because of its ecological apsect, but also because of the hardness and stability of this type of flooring.
Oscar Ono designs wooden surfaces to create unique interior projects, inspired by the wooden cobblestones in Paris during the 19th century.
What is multi-layer parquet
As its name suggests, multilayer parquet consists of several layers, thus distinguishing it from solid parquet, which is made of a single species of wood. Due to its composition, the installation conditions of this parquet are flexible and, once installed, the floor has an excellent longevity. Zoom on multi-layer parquet...
Composition of multi-layer parquet
Also known as engineered parquet, multilayer parquet consists of three or four layers that are laid one on top of the other, these strips being made of wood or wood panels.
First, there is the top layer (or wearing layer) which is made of the selected wood species (European or exotic). This is the visible portion of the parquet floor. This layer must have a minimum thickness of 2 - 2.5 millimetres. Note that layers up to 8 millimetres can be found, which then allows the surface to be sanded.
Underneath the wear layer there is a layer of high density chipboard or plywood and a lower underlayer (or counter-layer), the presence of which contributes to the stability of the parquet.
Also worth mentioning is the top layer on top of the wearing layer. Depending on the type of wood, it may consist of a sealer or a protective varnish. By the way, it should be pointed out that this finish is usually provided in the factory.
In the multi-layer parquet range, there are a multitude of wood species, the most common being oak, bamboo, teak, walnut, wenge, merbau. Design, sturdy, aesthetic, economical...: multiple qualities!
The price per m² (excluding installation) varies between 50€ and 150€ depending on the quality of the wood species and the finish.