FAQ

Floor boards

Product

In which rooms can pur natur boards be laid?

pur natur boards can be laid in any room, even in the kitchen, bathroom and WC. In damp rooms, take care that water is not left for a long time on the boards – otherwise water marks can appear.

Are pur natur boards compatible with underfloor heating?

All pur natur boards are marked with the CE stamp in accordance with the DIN EN 14342 and are fundamentally suitable for underfloor heating. Solid boards with a thickness of 35mm are automatically suitable for underfloor heating due to their material strength. We will gladly provide you with advice on this subject.

Which surface treatment is the best?

There are many surface treatments. We will gladly determine which is the best for your situation in a consultation meeting.

Are the boards delivered with an exact size?

No. We always deliver the boards with a variable, cost-free extra length. For example, if you order 5.00m-long boards for a 4.80m-long room, we will deliver boards that are on average about 5.05m long.

Laying

How are pur natur boards laid?

Our floorboards can be laid in different ways. For this, take note of our laying instructions. We recommend having the boards laid by an expert.

How long does the screed need to dry before the pur natur boards can be laid?

The screed drying time varies due to different environment influences such as temperature or air humidity. Please observe the tolerance ranges concerning residual damp in our laying instructions!

Do the boards need to acclimatise?

Yes. We recommend leaving the boards 26-36 hours in the room they will be laid in, before laying.

Can pur natur boards be laid in a floating manner?

No, we do not recommend this. We recommend screwing or gluing the boards, as the boards constantly expand and contract due to dampness in the air. In the case of a floating laying, this can lead to the boards cupping or rattling.

Terraces

Product

Are the boards delivered with an exact size?

No. We always deliver the boards with a variable, cost-free extra length. For example, if you order 5.00m-long boards for a 4.80m-long terrace, we will deliver boards that are on average about 5.05m long.

Laying

With what joint size should the terrace boards be laid?

We recommend laying Kollin and Alpin 185 boards with 8mm joints. Alpin 220 and 290 require joints of at least 10mm. Kollin boards can be laid with joints of at least 5mm. Hereby the access to screws and thus the possibility of subsequently changing individual boards is lost. Please take note of the information in our terrace laying manual.

With what distance should the substructure be mounted?

For Alpin and Kollin terrace boards with widths of 26mm or 30mm, the substructure distances must be of 60cm at the most. For Alpin and Kollin terrace boards with a width of 35mm, the maximum distance is 80cm. Please take note of the information in our terrace laying manual.