Wood flooring formed by parallelepiped-shaped boards joined to a mesh or paper support by means of glue, forming mosaic-shaped boards in which the elementary squares are placed in such a way that the boards of a square are always perpendicular to those of the adjacent squares. The most common size of mosaic tiles is 500 x 500 x 5 mm. There is also parquet with cleaver in various sizes, with 20 mm thickness. This flooring is applied by gluing it directly to the base.
Solid - Wood