QUICK STEP wood parquet, an extremely versatile, durable and timeless floor. Quick-Step wood parquet offers impressive surface effects and is available in a variety of formats and finishes. The taste and design that prevail in all our collections compose both classic and avant-garde environments and styles, achieving the design that each user identifies with for their home project.
Natural finish for all styles
With three types of natural finish and an extensive range of colors, Quick Step parquet adapts to all types of interiors, tastes and preferences:
o Nature: wood with small knots. Variation of color and structure
o Marquant: Wood with knots. An intense variation of colors and structures
o Vibrant: Wood with large knots and cracks. An intense variation of colors and structures with a rustic appearance.
In addition, with "Wood for Life" technology, your parquet will always look like new. This innovative protective coating prevents dirt from entering the wood, keeping it looking like new for years.Alternativa Natural
In addition, Quick Step wood floors are an extraordinary natural alternative to ceramic floors for several reasons:
- Natural feel
- Ease of installation thanks to its UNICLIC Multifit system
- Ease, cleanability and speed of repair if necessary
They are totally suitable for installation with low temperature radiant heating systems, due to their low thermal resistance and their great heat inertia capacity, both with the classic hot water radiant installation or with heating elements and new systems, such as the heating films that are placed in the subfloor. This type of flooring can be installed glued to the subfloor.
A sustainable choice
Quick-Step wood floors are made from slow-growing species such as oak from sustainably managed forests, which protects virgin forests and prevents illegal logging, not contributing to deforestation. Therefore, we only use these species in the top layers of the parquet, while the core of our wood floors is composed of wood from fast-growing trees (spruce, hevea, etc.), produced in energy-efficient factories. The PEFC label, which is the most widely recognized certification in this field alongside the FSC, proves that the wood in the flooring has been sustainably sourced.