Parquet Woodblock

All the important species and architecturally common dimensions from the mid-Victorian period up to the second World War.

Parquet flooring is a speciality of The Antique Oak Flooring Company

We are able to supply an extensive range of traditional parquets. The most common types of timber used for parquet flooring are of Oak and Pine but we can provide a wide variety of exotic parquet flooring blocks.

Typically associated with Victorian and Edwardian properties, and 1920s and 1930s, woodblock or parquet flooring is usually laid in a classic herringbone pattern but other arrangements can be also be equally as effective. Our wide range of parquet flooring lends itself to period restorations and contemporary installations alike. Parquet flooring is labour intensive to fit and therefore it is not uncommon for installation fees to outweigh the cost of the parquet flooring itself. We always recommend that an experienced installer is used, who will use their skills to provide you with a truly amazing floor.

We stock most of the common timber types, grades, and architecturally common dimensions of block used from the mid Victorian period right up to the mid 30s. These include English Oak, Douglas Fir, Burmese Teak, Panga Panga, Rhodesian Teak, Pitch Pine, Beech, Iroko, Muhuhu and others.

We supply small quantities for patching up to full replacement floors.

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