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Engineered Oak Chevron Parquet

Engineered oak chevron parquet blocks. Each board has a micro bevel along the lengths of the boards to accentuate each plank. The structure of the board is made up from a 4 mm top layer of European oak and a 12 mm Multiply backing totaling 18mm thickness.

Chevron engineered wood flooring is a modern take on a classic European pattern. During the 17th century, the parquet design saw an increase in popularity amongst the French upper classes. Thus becoming a desired feature in grand chateaus and stately homes. Alongside boasting a timeless look and feel, your engineered boards will prove extremely durable, and look indistinguishable from solid wood.

Style: Chevron
Edge: Micro Bevelled Edges
Sustainable wood: Yes


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CodeEngineered ChevronGradeQuantity M²/boxes1-3 Pallet Price/M²
WWF-159115/4 x 90mm x 750mm Engineered Natural Mat LacqueredClassic1.3538.49
WWF-159G15/4 x 90mm x 750mm Engineered Gray Mat LacqueredClassic1.3538.49
WWF-159515/4 x 90mm x 750mm Engineered Smoked Satin Brushed Mat LacqueredClassic1.3539.49


Engineered Oak Chevron Parquet flooring can be laid over underfloor heating Installation must be glued down to sub floor

Underfloor Heating

This board is guaranteed over electric or water fed under floor heating when heating elements are in a screed.


Prime/A.B. Grade Wood Flooring is a mix of A.B grade please see list below

Classic Grade Wood Flooring is mill run grade which is  a mix of B.C.D grade with small proportion of A grade.

Country Grade Wood Flooring is a mix of CDE grade

Antique distressed Grade Wood Flooring is a mix of DEF

Grades A-F described
A—without knots and sapwood, uniform colour, sometimes small knots up to max.2mm allowed.
B—with knots up to max.2-4mm, no sapwood, harmonic-natural colour;
C—with knots up to max.6 cm, sapwood max 15%, natural colour;
D—with knots up to 8cm, and max.30% sapwood, allow a wide range of colour variation.
E — with knots up to 10cm, allow cracks up to 30cm in the middle of the boards (max 5mm wide) and end cracks max 25cm (max 8mm wide), allow a wider range of colour variation
F — with crack less than 15-20mm wide in the middle of the boards, longest crack shorter than 80%of the board length