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Barlinek Engineered Wood Flooring

Life Line

BEECH FLOORING

Beech flooring are appreciated for their functionality. Beech wood is hard and durable. It is also characterised by high abrasion resistance, thanks to which it works well in rooms with heavy traffic. In addition, a beech floor has a subtle light colour, decorated with a delicate wood pattern.
   
WHAT IS TYPICAL OF BEECH FLOORING?
Beech flooring are made of easy-to-treat wood. Beech wood flooring can be finished with varnish. Beech floors feature a variety of colours. Within one board, wood can be smartly stained into several bright shades, ranging from pink and yellow to white. An additional decoration of the beech floor are the clear grains which form irregular patterns.   beech flooring
   
BEECH FLOORBOARD FROM THE LIFE COLLECTION
Barlinek supplies beech floorboards as part of its Life collection. This line was created for classy interiors. It works wonderfully well in classic apartments (looks very good in the living room and bedroom) and utility interiors – restaurants, offices, lecture halls and libraries. The Life line beech floor resembles parquet. Each board features three lines of wood, arranged in an effective pattern. Beech floorboards look great in large spaces. They can also be laid in smaller interiors – a bright colour characteristic of beech floor panels visually enlarges the space and makes the room look brighter. The Life line beech flooring is also very durable. It was additionally strengthened by covering the Barlinek board with a layer of varnish with increased resistance to abrasion. It is applied at the production stage, which means that beech floorboards do not have to be varnished after installation.
   
SKIRTING BOARDS FINISHING BEECH FLOORING
Wondering how to finish the beech floor? In traditional interiors, it is best to use beech skirting boards. In Barlinek's range, they are available in various heights and profiles. An interesting idea can also be a solution where beech wood flooring are combined with white skirting boards. They can harmonise with bright walls or contrast with them, creating an impressive frame for the floor.
   
BEECH FLOORS – MAINTENANCE AND RENOVATION
Beech-stave floor panels should be dry-cleaned on a regular basis.A damp cloth can only be used to remove harder dirt. In addition, a varnished beech floor should be washed once in a while with the Protecktor Koncentrat. It is available in Barlinek's range, and it is enough to spread it with a mop. On the other hand, for separate renovation of the floor, use the Protektor Komplet and the Protektor Błysk, which should be applied one after the other. In the event of major damage and scratches, a beech floor should be renovated. For this purpose, first sand the varnish and the top layers of the boards, and then cover them with a new hard-varnish coating. Such action, although quite time-consuming and labour-intensive, gives really good results. Consequently, the beech floor regains its former splendour and can be in use again for many years.
 
LAYING THE BEECH WOOD FLOORING FROM BARLINEK
Beech wood flooring can be laid in a floating system, or glued. The first installation method is really friendly and easy. All thanks to modern locks, which are placed on the longer and shorter edges of the boards. They make laying and dismantling the floor really easy. It is very important to lay beech flooring on an even surface. That's why they should be put on a special foundation. It is best that beech flooring be laid in the direction of the sunlight.