In this category you will find all Haro's 3 stave wooden floors.
- 3 wear layer elements disposed offset side by side in regular connection.
- Lively and modern look.
- Can be abraded several times.
- Intermediate layer of rods of solid coniferous wood.
- With Top Connect, the possibly fastest assembly in the world, the floor can be laid without tools.
- Suitable for underfloor heating.
3-stake parquet flooring brings life into the home. The special character of this parquet design arises because of the rod elements which are placed offset next to each other on the board. The placement of the wear lamellae in regular connection is beautiful with its modern look, giving each room its individual character.
With its mature, golden-brown color and its distinctive yearling, the oak conveys a timeless beauty that adapts perfectly to any interior design, whether classic or modern. Its elegance hides the wood's robustness: There is hardly any other type of wood that has greater strength and elasticity. It makes the oak tree one of the most popular floor coverings.
The symbol of strength and durability
Already the Celts and Germans as well as the Greeks and Romans worshiped the oak tree as sacred tree. It was the symbol of strength, durability and a long life. The saying goes "Thousand years". The oldest oak in Europe was to stand in Bierbaum in Oststeiermark, Austria. In the year 990, it was proven for the first time and is estimated to be about 1,200 years. The size of the trunk measures almost nine meters.
Protection and resilience
For several centuries, people in Europe built their houses and ships in oak. For this tree can withstand all kinds of weather without any problems. The "Venezuelan columns" are also made of oak wood and have been carrying the most beautiful buildings in the lagoon city for more than 500 years.
Around the world, there are about 450 different oak varieties found both on the American continent, in Europe and in Asia and in North Africa. In Germany, its own is the most frequent species of wood after the beech. They mostly grow in mixed forests. One finds very rarely larger oak forests. Oak (in Latin Quercus) belongs to the beef family, fagaceae. There are different theories about the origin of the name: In Germanic, the oak is called oak, which also meant wood. Other sources refer to the Latin word esca, food. For previously, one fed pigs with acorns, the tree's ovoid fruit.