PLANCHER / PARQUET

Le bois ancien pour un sol unique :

Est-il vraiment utile de vanter les mérites du bois ? Capable de rendre vivant et chaleureux l’intérieur le plus sobre, le revêtement en planchers anciens est un incontournable. Parce qu’aucun arbre est identique, les sols en bois offrent à chaque maison une atmosphère unique, chaleureuse et intime dans tous les espaces de vie. Mais au fait, quelle est la différence entre un parquet et un plancher ? À vrai dire, tout réside dans la dimension des lames ou des planches. Si le parquet ancien est composé de petites lames, le plancher lui se distingue par des planches plus larges et plus longues.

Chez Provence Matériaux Anciens, nous proposons différentes gammes de planchers et de parquets à savoir du plancher en sapin ancien, du parquet en vieux chêne et des sols en planchers de wagon. Si les cachet et l’aspect rustique de nos planchers anciens vous ont séduits, n’hésitez pas à entrer en contact avec l’équipe de Provence Matériaux Anciens. Nous sommes spécialisé dans la préparation et la vente de vieux planchers et notre stock de vieux bois est l’un des plus important du pays. Nous serions ravis de vous apporter notre expérience et de partager avec vous nos conseils pour que vous fassiez le meilleur choix pour votre projet d’architecture intérieur ou de terrasse en vieux bois.

Chez Provence Matériaux anciens, nous proposons à la vente une large gamme de planchers et de parquets en bois qui sauront s’accomoder à merveille dans vos maisons contemporaines. Mais au fait, quelle est la différence entre un parquet et un plancher ? À vrai dire, tout réside dans la dimension des lames ou des planches. Si le parquet est composé de petites lames, le plancher lui se distingue par des planches plus larges et plus longues.

NOS GAMMES DE PRODUITS

PLANCHER SAPIN ANCIEN

PLANCHER DE WAGON

PLANCHER CHÊNE

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