What is floating parquet flooring?
Do you have floating parquet flooring in the house or are you having it laid shortly and are looking for suitable skirting boards? Well, today’s post will cover the models of skirting boards for floating parquet flooring that Profilpas has to offer!
Floating parquet flooring is a type of parquet that is laid in a particular way known as floating which, in fact, requires the use of neither nails nor glue for laying: it is, therefore, always possible to take up and reuse the strips of parquet. The various elements are simply laid and fitted together in a specific pattern, using the male-female method.
The skirting boards for floating parquet flooring by Profilpas
Even this type of floor requires appropriate finishes, including special skirting boards for floating parquet flooring. Profilpas offers a great variety of skirting boards, many of which are well suited to our purpose. One range is Metal Line. In this range is model 96/. It is made of aluminium and features soft contours that smoothly join the flooring to the walls, and can be used to conceal any service cables (like telephone, computer and TV cables, among others).
Maintenance is particularly straightforward, since this model can be installed quickly and easily with interlocking fixing supports in natural aluminium that are fixed to the wall with screws and dowels. Also suitable for use as skirting boards for floating parquet flooring are the models 93/, 98/, 97/4 and 99/ of the Metal Line range, also in aluminium.
If instead you prefer PVC skirting boards for floating parquet flooring, the most appropriate model is PVC Line 8608, ideal for this use. It is made of expanded PVC coated with Alcrom® Plus Presto film, and comes in 35 finishes.