Engineered parquet floor LIFE: QUERCIA SISLEY

engineered parquet floor
engineered parquet floor
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Wide planks flooring, that allow you to experience fully the naturalness of wood: even large knots, cracks, and soft irregularities. Life is a new prestigious Gazzotti line dedicated to those who want an important floor, with personality and attention to details. It’s made of French oak because it is the only one able to create an interplay of colors on the raw material, 4 mm thick top layer of noble wood and 4mm of contro Placco for greatest stability. The fillings are partly flushing and partly declining, so to give a dynamic effect to the planks and a unique pleasant touch. All products are manufactured with a soft hand distressing finish. Distressing follows strictly the ancient Italian tradition that unlikely to the conventional industrial distressing, is uneven and highlights the knots, ensuring an extremely natural effect. The large or extra-large format of Life line, is distinguished by the beveling on 4 sides, with handmade dents that give a pleasantly irregular effect, according to the ancient traditions. This particular finish does not alter in any way the naturalness of the product, and makes it particularly pleasing to touch as to the view. In addition, maintenance is easy. The product is available in two sizes, Planche and Grande Planche, large and extra large, and could be supplied in two widths for a fascinating double width pose. All products Life are marked CE logo. They are conformed to UNI EN 14342 and they are in E1 class for the release of formaldehyde. All Life products are certified. They conform to standard EN 14342 and are in class E1 as per formaldehyde emission.


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