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Old 07.03.2019, 11:47
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Re: Where do landlords buy their parkett?

Agree totally with Today _only!

You'd have to relay the entire room, unless the damage occured on one of the ending boards (those you can easily exchange), it makes no sense to replace just one board.

Actually,(switching former landlady mode on) it seems it is Laminate flooring and not Parkett, about which you are enquiring.


In Switzerland we most commonly have either 'Klötzliparkett' (little squares) or 'Riemenparkett' (rectangles), which is totally different from laminate flooring.


Proper Parkett, can be sanded down by a specialist and re-sealed/re-oiled. In regard to long term investitions, Parkett may more expensive to have laid in a house, but in the end it is cheaper in the long run and has a very long life.
Considering a few things to protect it in daily life (preventing water, high heels, furniture scratch damages etc), it is almost indestructible
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