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Parquet is a type of flooring that is made of wood, which is a natural material. The middle layer, the backing and, the surface are all made of wood.

There are different types of parquet flooring. Two major types are,

Hardwood parquet flooring and Laminate parquet flooring. 

Hardwood flooring

Hardwood floorings are ready-made parquets are treated in such a way that makes them ready for residential use and does not require additional sealing. Based on the different types of wood in their construction. Hardwood parquet flooring can be light, dark, or somewhere in between. Like all other types of floor, hardwood floorings have their own set of advantages and disadvantages. As wooden floorings, hardwood parquets need to be maintained. All planks need to be re-oiled once every year.

Those are the main differences between hardwood flooring and laminate flooring. Sunlight and heat can cause deformation and discoloration. 

Laminate flooring

Unlike a great deal of unfair bias, laminate flooring is not plastic.

Laminate flooring is 100% natural materials like wood, paper, and resin. It is not artificial flooring like vinyl flooring, which means it is a

natural, sustainable flooring, like hardwood parquet, minus the inconvenience. Another advantage of laminate flooring is its availability in many different wood types and other designs, which leaves the choices for floor design practically limitless.

Manufacturers and designers are updating their flooring products to the latest trends. Laminate floorings are available in imitations of pretty much any other material such as stone or ceramic. Similar to hardwood flooring, laminate flooring is also made in multiple layers. The middle layer is a high-density fiberboard, a stabilizing layer on the bottom, and the décor paper impregnated with resin for the top layer. It is also what makes the laminate flooring so durable and easy to maintain. The high-density middle layer makes the planks heavy, so they do not vibrate. Laminate flooring can handle getting wet, so unlike hardwood flooring, it does not deform with humidity.

There isn't much difference between installing hardwood and laminate flooring. Both have a sturdy click system that makes them convenient and quick to install. The work is much easier with laminate flooring since it is easily formable with a laminate cutter.

Laminate flooring is a cost-effective, convenient, and elegant choice for any homeowner or construction worker who wishes to control the dimensions and atmosphere of a room.

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