MEISTER® Longlife parquet PD 550 for eternity
The Penta collection of the MEISTER® Longlife series is, as the name promises, above all one thing: robust and hard-wearing thanks to the latest material technology in the field of modern parquet solutions. The middle layer of the plank, a high density fibreboard (HDF), stabilises the surface and is also insensitive to compressive stresses. Rather, the material distributes punctiform forces and thus reduces even vibrations such as those caused by walking on normal wooden parquet. This natural footfall sound is kept to a minimum and promises more peace and comfort. As MEISTER® Longlife parquet is a modernised natural product whose precious wood and wear layer surface has been reduced to a minimum, the parquet makes an active contribution to environmental protection with the corresponding rating - ecological. Not only do the planks require less than a tenth of the valuable raw material wood, the floor also lowers the cost factor heating energy when using underfloor heating in a cost-effective way due to its high conductivity. With the laying comfort of a longitudinal Uniclic connection as well as a tongue and groove on the head and foot side for gluing, the laying is child's play and enjoys an equally high fitting accuracy. MEISTER® Longlife parquet Penta PD 550 is, as it is, a moisture-regulating living room design of the latest fashion.
The natural appearance of pure oak
The friendly appearance of brushed or naturally oiled oak wood surfaces not only enlivens the eye, but is becoming increasingly popular. The wood conveys a touch of warmth and regulates the air we breathe. The sunlight is gently scattered and can thus be evenly distributed in the room. One might think classically, but it seems to be made for wood, and the wooden floor can be combined in many ways. Whether light or dark walls, the brown-beige oak surface matches any style, true to the motto: simple but elegant. It thus rather underlines the room design without putting itself too much in the foreground. Nature lovers with a penchant for flowers and indoor plants will appreciate parquet flooring just as much as contemporary lovers of reduced form and structure. The oak wood is timeless and advertises in the interior design with a lot of warmth in the light.