The CARPANTIC Parquet Board consists of the top layer - an oak and the bottom layer - birch plywood. This parquet board is created for clients who love natural properties of a tree and deep saturated colors. The production uses the natural properties of wood, which especially emphasizes the unique natural pattern of layers.
       The main goal is the traditional parquet board in a new form is real oak wood, refined due to the use of wax oils of the well-known company “Rubio monocoat”. In manufacture, oils with the ultra-violet filter are used. This protects the wood from the loss of its properties under the influence of UV rays. Some models use the method of delicate aging by brushing the upper layer. This emphasizes the pattern of the layers of wood, smoothes, and additionally strengthens the surface of the wood.
       Used Rubio monocoat wax oils penetrate into the outer layer of wood, further enhancing its hardness and resistance to damage, prevent the absorption of water and dust, and provide full protection to wood. For customers who have floor heating, a moisture resistant board is available. Natural oils used retain the natural look and smell of wood and allow the floor to “breathe”, adjusting the climate and humidity in the room. The thickness of the oak coating layer provides for its multiple restorations. The birch plywood base of the board ensures complete stability of the floor in normal and even in critical situations.The structure of the board allows installation on various bases and with the use of various techniques. The board has chamfers at the edges and, with a sufficiently large size, presents itself perfectly and adds expressiveness to large salons, halls, and exhibition rooms.
      CARPANTIC UKRAINE, LLC is constantly developing and working to create new colors and interesting solutions.

       The CARPANTIC Chevron Parquet Flooring consists of a two-layer construction of oak or ash of 4mm and the bottom - birch splice of 12mm, which provides maximum strength of the parquet. Parquet strip is massive boards of the same length, which are stacked at an angle of 35°, 45°, or 60° to each other. The upper part of the parquet is made of a lamella, which is carefully processed on special machines. At first, these are ordinary elongated wooden bars. Depending on the pattern, the lamellas are provided with the necessary configuration, finely aligned, and dissolving into thin plates. In the future, a parquet pattern is assembled from several veneers.
       Long service life depends on the quality of the material from which the parquet is made. The coating does not fail, since the load is distributed evenly. The risk of cracking due to moisture fluctuation is minimized. Despite the fact that the oblique cutting of the end face of the parquet strip requires great effort, the processability, and accuracy of the geometry, this is what makes this type of parquetry more expressive, elegant and offers a greater variety of parquetry.
       The first examples of such parquetry are found at the end of the 16th century in France, in castles and royal palaces. Without a doubt, we can say that the chevron is the most sophisticated and stylish type of flooring. Strip coating can be tinted and artificially aged with oil. Due to these features, you can make the floor original and elegant. Despite the majority of automated processes and the use of high-precision machines, it is almost impossible to do without human participation at this stage, because the quality and visual characteristics of the parquet should be perfect.
       If necessary, parquet, which has been in operation for a long time, can be renewed by grinding and coating with oils. 

       In the production of the CARPANTIC Thermally Modified Wood, oak or ash is used. In order to dry the material from moisture, wooden blanks are placed in a special vacuum chamber, where it is heated to 140-270°C. This process changes the structure of wood at the molecular level and makes the material very durable. High temperatures and pressure contribute to the decomposition of hemicellulose. This is what makes the thermally modified wood different from ordinary wood. After the decomposition of hemicellulose, the environment that promotes the appearance of the fungus, its development and, as a result, rotting and decomposition of wood, is eliminated. The thermally modified wood is extremely resistant to water and sun, which allows its use even in difficult conditions. One of the important advantages is the long life of the material, which increases the heat treatment. The thermally modified wood is resistant to fire, unlike ordinary wood, which instantly flashes. The natural look of the material allows the introduction of original design ideas: from classic to modern one. By its structure, the thermally modified wood is similar to a species of tropical trees, surpassing them in durability.
        The thermally modified wood is used wherever ordinary wood is used. For example: process the walls, floor, and ceiling inside the building; it is used for laying out garden paths, the space around the pool, gazebos, as well as the floor in the sauna and bathroom. Owing to its special properties, there will be no beetles in the thermally modified wood, a fungus will not appear, but it will retain its original appearance for a long time.