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Parquet floor sealed

Sealed parquet - a guarantee for durability

Since parquet is exposed to heavy loads over the years, quality plays a major role in the selection process, in addition to the right appearance. For this reason, before purchasing a parquet floor, it is important to be aware of how much stress it will be subjected to in the area it is intended for

Especially when it comes to finding a suitable parquet floor for commercially used rooms. For rooms with a lot of public traffic or heavily used rooms, it is important to choose a robust parquet floor

An ideal choice in these cases is a sealed parquet floor, as its prior treatment provides exactly these capabilities.

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All around protected by a parquet sealant

Parquet, which is sealed, owes its robustness above all to the fact that dirt and moisture cannot penetrate it directly. This is because several layers of paint effectively protect the top layer of it, which is otherwise prone to scratches and the absorption of moisture

The most common coatings used for this type of surface sealing are, for example, acid hardener coatings, water-based coatings, UV coatings or polyurethane coatings. The more layers of a lacquer are applied to a parquet, the more protected it is. Another very pleasant side effect that results from the treatment with lacquer is a brilliant shine that gives every parquet a noble appearance

In addition to the most important advantage of sealing parquet, the repellency of dirt and liquids, a layer of varnish on parquet also provides good protection against scratches and scrapes.

With this parquet, moisture has no chance

As real wood parquet in particular is very susceptible to unfavourable changes in its structure caused by liquids spilt on it, the method of sealing offers a very effective protection that prevents this

Because when a parquet floor is protected by lacquer, water cannot penetrate through the surface. But not only is swelling due to wetness of the parquet floor prevented thanks to a sealant, because it also ensures that dirt cannot get stuck in the pores of the parquet floor. A further advantage of sealing is that the floor, which is no longer sensitive to moisture, is easy to care for, as it can be wiped with water, for example

Sealing brings hygienic advantages

The rejection of dirt, which is not able to settle in the parquet due to the sealing, ensures good room hygiene if a floor protected by lacquer is present. Furthermore, effective and sustainable cleaning methods ensure that parquet flooring whose surface has been sealed is always easy to clean. It also has many other advantages, such as the following, which make it a perfect floor covering

  • Glossy surface
  • Dirt repellent
  • Resistant against damage to the wood
  • Penetration of liquids is not possible
  • Durable
  • Robust
  • Stable
  • Ideal for heavily used rooms
  • Easy to clean