Harder than oak
Because of its hardness, the wood of the Canadian maple in particular is the perfect material for the production of parquet flooring. Depending on the growing area and the growth, the hardwood from Canada is up to 20 % harder than oak, which is considered one of the hardest woods for parquet. Parquet made from Canadian maple is therefore ideal for all areas with heavy use. But our entire maple parquet range convinces with its high resistance and durability. Sycamore maple, which is somewhat softer in comparison, is also considered a medium-hard wood and is also extremely resistant.
How does the colour of maple parquet change?
Plank, block or strip parquet?
Let yourself be inspired by our maple parquet floors.
Whether as ship's floor or strip parquet, especially with smaller elements, maple parquet becomes varied and brings lively friends into your home. With the mixture of calm to lively lamellas as well as appealing colour differences, the floor surface becomes an experience.
Our maple parquet is of course also available as a country house plank. If you want a classic floor with a timeless character, you're in the right place.