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Blog Products- April 11, 2021

Find the Finest Black Poplar Logs

Black poplar (Lat. Populus nigra) is a type of hardwood (but softer than most other hardwoods). It’s known for its fine texture and almost white color.…

Blog- February 28, 2021

5 places to set up wood flooring

In contrast to laminate and vinyl, wood flooring has a positive ecological balance, provides better acoustics, has a healthy effect on the human psyche and it…

Blog- February 26, 2021

Introducing Finger Joint Panels and Floors

A “finger joint” is a woodworking joint made by cutting a set of complementary, interlocking profiles into pieces of wood, which are then glued. The cross-section…

Blog- January 30, 2021

Oak Multilayer Flooring

Multilayer parquet (flooring) consists of 2 or 3 layers of wood joined at an angle of 90 degrees. The upper layer of the parquet is made…

Blog- January 21, 2021

What is wood decking?

Decking is a type of floor covering especially made for exteriors, such as the yards, balconies, around swimming pools and lakes. The most sustainable, luxurious, and…

Blog- December 14, 2020

5 Stunning Serbian Summer Houses That You Should Know About

In this article, we give a preview of the novel summer house architecture that hails from Serbian architects. Buildings (as well as interiors and exteriors) are…

Blog- December 7, 2020

Robinia Pseudoacacia Wood Supplier

Robinia Pseudoacacia (Robinia false acacia) is an extremely hard wood. It grows in North America and Europe. Robinia Pseudoacacia is very resistant to rot and durable…

Blog- November 27, 2020

European Oak Wood Supplier

European Oak Flooring is the most popular flooring choice in Europe and the USA. It is beautiful, durable, and easy to work with. It is also very…

Blog- November 18, 2020

Jatoba Flooring: Durability and Beauty

Jatoba, or Brazilian Cherry, is a type of hardwood widely used for the production of parquet. This type of wood is extremely hard, which makes it…

Blog Products- November 12, 2020

Why choosing Chevron flooring?

French-style wood flooring or so-called chevron is a way of stacking parquet in V shape, where the planks are set at an angle of 45 or…