Engineered wood flooring – the timeless classic
What is engineered wood flooring?
Engineered wood flooring is the classic among floor coverings – being both timeless and modern, its material quality represents a natural and pleasant living experience. The wide variety of designs and formats allow for personalised flooring design. Parador engineered wood flooring is highly durable, creates a positive indoor climate, is warm underfoot and has considerable charisma. The Basic, Classic and Trendtime product lines offer a variety of decors for every requirement, turning individual living dreams into reality. With the intelligent click system, you can quickly and effortlessly benefit from this flexible "Made in Germany and Austria" trendsetter.
Nature is a unique artist. Wood is a living thing and changes over time; every tree is unique, every plank a unique specimen. Using this knowledge and by applying various formats, assortments and surface treatments, an attractive product range emerges at Parador that leaves no requirements of high quality engineered wood flooring open. But not only in terms of appearance does wood play a decisive role for us. We also use only wood in the 3-layer sandwich construction of our engineered wood flooring planks. For the middle layer we use domestic spruce/fir, which is processed so specially that only vertical annual rings can be found for the highest demands. The backing is also made of spruce, which is produced in a peeling process and thus saves resources.
Parador engineered wood flooring impresses with a large choice of individual design options, outstanding quality and intelligent technology. Special click mechanisms make cumbersome tools superfluous and the installation process particularly simple and stable, regardless of whether the flooring is done as a floating installation or glued over the entire area. The lamella and top layer impregnation carried out at the factory protects against moisture. The product structure in three layers leads to high dimensional stability. The top layer of exclusive solid wood in combination with high-quality surface finishes guarantees that the durable products retain their value.
Parador engineered wood flooring is low on emissions and allergens and ensures a pleasant indoor climate. We are happy to prove this by using only materials that are healthy for the home in our engineered wood flooring. Test certificates issued by TÜV, LGA and Blue Angel give our customers the necessary security. Furthermore, wood has a climate regulating effect, has a long life cycle and can be renovated and cleaned easily several times, making our engineered wood flooring perfect for households with pets, children and allergy sufferers.
Guarantee and certificates
Parador offers premium quality "Made in Germany and Austria". Our many years of experience provides the foundation for this and is combined with the drive to constantly develop our expertise further in all relevant areas. Our customers can recognise the quality of our products by the brilliance of the decors, the perfection of the workmanship and the authenticity of the textures. That is why we offer our customers an extended manufacturer's guarantee, depending on the selected product and the type and intensity of use. These can be viewed or downloaded here – as well as the individual product certificates. The declarations of performance for the products can be found in the respective technical data sheets, which are also available for download here.
This trademark is awarded to products that meet the requirements of the certification system for the documentation and improvement of sustainable forest management with regards to economic, ecological and social standards. The content of the certification system is based on international resolutions that were passed by 37 nations in the pan-European process during the Ministerial Conference for the Protection of Forests in Europe (Helsinki, Lisbon 1998).
The CE marking is obligatory according to EU law in connection with product safety. It is not a seal of approval (quality mark). The abbreviation "CE" stands for Communauté Européenne (French for "European Community"). The CE marking is frequently called a "passport" for the internal European market. The manufacturer or distributor confirms the conformity of the product with the applicable EU Construction Products Regulation (BauPVO) 305/2011 (since 01 July 2013) and compliance with the "essential requirements" specified there via a declaration of performance (DOP). Since 01 July 2007, the CE marking pursuant to EN 14041 is obligatory for “resilient, textile flooring and laminate flooring".