One of the greatest fears for those who approach the world of wood flooring and wish to furnish their
homes with parquet is the risk in the event of a fire that this may increase the spread of flames. Wood is a
highly combustible material, but if we talk about wood flooring we have to take other factors into account
and see how it is not such a dangerous material.

How does a wooden floor behave in the event of a fire?

The most modern types of pre-finished flooring consist of a 3 to 5 mm thick noble surface wood, and the
part underneath consists of multilayers that guarantee greater stability. The last part is characterised by a
birch, fir, larch or poplar backing with a total thickness of between 10 and 15 mm. Finally, the finish.
A parquet floor is not conducive to the spread of fire.

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