IndusParquet is a one of a kind company that produces gorgeous exotic hardwood. The company was founded by Brazilian brothers, Kiko and Jose Antonio, in 1970 when they started making parquet floors and installing them for extra money in their teens. Forty years later, IndusParquet is now a world leader in premium exotic wood flooring. The hardwood floors are so well crafted and aesthetically appealing. The high level of craftsmanship and fine wood selection has placed these gorgeous exotic floors in The Vatican, Louis Vuitton stores, and Ferrari showrooms in Italy. Every square foot of their products is crafted from the absolute best manufacturing technology.
IndusParquet’s engineered hardwood is unique because it is made differently than most engineered hardwood flooring. IndusParquet engineered hardwood is called solidarity engineered hardwood because it is made of an extra thick top-layer of exotic hardwood laminated to solid exotic hardwood fillets in an alternating cross-grain configuration to add stability. The thick top-layer can be sanded and refinished if you ever needed to do that to the floor. Basically, the solidarity engineered hardwood is 100% solid-on-solid hardwood construction instead of different man-made woods.
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