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Double Elbow Pattern
The double elbow pattern is an elegant pattern and enrichment for the space in your home. The light play that arises is different from the herringbone floor, because the "points" are placed towards the corner instead of in the middle of the room as with a herringbone floor.
With the transition of making more sustainable and reducing gas use, the demand for floors on underfloor heating is increasing. The double elbow is excellent in combination with underfloor heating. The floor can be glued directly to the sand cement or anhydrite subfloor. This makes the heat conduction most favorable.
Dimensions of the floorboards
From modern to classic sizes, the double elbow pattern can be installed in various widths and lengths. A larger plank size ensures a quieter floor image. The ratio between the width and length of the planks is 1:5.
Double elbow pattern cost per m2
Het dubbel elleboog patroon is een vloer die een leven lang meegaat. Naast de ecologische voordelen zorgt het ook voor economische voordelen, doordat de houten vloer zijn waarde behoudt. De dubbele elleboog is gelegd voor een prijs vanaf € 188,- per m2.
The double elbow pattern is a floor that will last a lifetime. In addition to the ecological benefits, it also provides economic benefits, because the wooden floor retains its value. The double elbow can be installed for a price from € 188 per m2 including VAT.
Engineered Wood Flooring
The planks of the double elbow pattern consist of a composition of oak wood and birch plywood. The top layer consists of Oak, which gives the floor the appearance of the older solid floors. The plywood makes the floor stable and can be placed tightly against walls or other floor types.
The oiled wood floors from Uipkes, are floors for life. By periodically mopping and maintaining the floor, the floor no longer needs to be sanded. Only if you want to change color can you choose to sand the floor. As a result, the floor will last for decades.