Parquet pronounced as ‘Par-Kay’ is hardwood flooring laid in a geometrical format. The most
common form of Parquet in Singapore is Burmese Teak. It is considered the highest quality
indoor floor to be owned.
Burmese Teak, originated from Myanmar, and is well-known for its luscious wood grains and warm brown-gold hues. It won hands down to its rival, Indonesian Teak as the latter exhibits a myriad of tones in a lot thus not as aesthetically appealing. Indonesian Teak however is a good alternative for builders looking for a budget-friendly option for an entire house or building.
A good parquet floor lasts for many decades and it supports rejuvenation in the form of re-sanding and varnishing. For timeless elegance to your abode, opt for a parquet floor to accompany you for many years to come.