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By aligning two equal parts of a regular chevron floor, the Chevron Continuus pattern is created. This extends the "point" and creates a wider interplay of lines. This larger wave motion is especially beautiful in large spaces.
Chevron Floors & Underfloor Heating
Wooden floors have been used on underfloor heating for over 20 years. A chevron wood floor can be placed on almost any underfloor heating system.
The Chevron Continuus from oakwood is available in two grades. A rustic French oak grade with character/knots in the floor and a French oak grade with minimal knots. The fewer the knots, the more quiet the floor image will become.
Continuus Pattern Plank Sizes
The width of the planks affects the style you want to create. For example, narrower planks provide a more classic look and wider planks provide a modern look. The wide floorboards and the large wave movement give the space a luxurious look. Continuus pattern floorboards are available in sizes from 120/600mm to 180/900mm.
The Chevron Continuus is available in 90 different colors. The options vary from whitewash to black oak floors.
The Chevron Continuus floors and variations arequire intens labor and craftsmanship. The investment is therefore higher, for example a straight pattern plank wood floor or herringbone floor. The investment is from € 215 per m2.
Engineered Wood Flooring
The planks of the Chevron Continuus consist of an oak top layer of 4 mm, glued to a birch plywood underlayer. Known as an engineered wood floor. These parquet floors have the appearance of a solid wooden floor with the techniques of today. This allows the floor to be combined with underfloor heating.
Because the floors are treated with oil, maintenance consists of vacuuming and mopping. Depending on the use, it is advisable to treat the floor with oil again after 3-5 years. After this, the color is fresh again and the floor protects against dirt and moisture.