Parquet flooring is comprised of a series of pieces that are arranged to create a geometric design. These patterns are often repeated across the span of the floor.
Plank flooring is linear and typically deals with wider planks of wood, ranging from 3" - 8" in width. Wider planks have been used, but using wider planks can increase moisture concerns.
Strip wood flooring is also linear, like plank flooring, but the planks are typically much thinner, not exceeding 3 1/4" in width. The linear effect created by this type of wood flooring produces an illusion of a larger and more open space.
For more information on these wood flooring styles, contact us at Benchmark Contracting!