Parquet floors and new aged floors

An expert in aged new floors in Villeneuve-d'Ascq, Rémy Motte sells floors that reproduce the effects of time on wood (wear and patina). Call on his know-how as an antique dealer and woodwork specialist for any additional information about the manufacture of aged new floors and parquet.

Aged new floors

There are two types of new aged floors: solid or engineered.

New massive aged floors

These floors are obtained using aging processes to recreate the effects of time on wood

  • Wear (blows)
  • Patina (chemical reactions)

Our aged floors perfectly resemble those of the 18th century. They are available in common widths from 14 to 22 cm. Widths of 27 cm or even 45 to 50 cm are possible on request. The classic thickness oscillates between 20 and 22 mm.

New aged engineered floors

The advantages of new aged engineered floors are numerous:

  • Larger blade widths
  • Installation directly on a sound and dry screed or an old tiling after leveling
  • Compatibility with underfloor heating at low temperature
  • 2.5-5mm wear layer in solid wood
  • Wood less sensitive to hydrometric variations

On the other hand, the cost of a new aged laminated floor is higher than that of a solid floor due to specific machining.

New aged parquet floors

In the same way as for floors, new aged parquet reproduces the wear and patina of time. Our selection of parquet flooring is close to 18th century models, with several thicknesses, shapes and patterns available. On request, we can also reproduce old parquet floors.

Based in Villeneuve-d'Ascq, near Lille, we support our customers during the installation of aged new floors and parquet floors. Also discover our collections of parquet and old floors.

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