Beech

Timber varies from light grey to light reddish in colour tone, based on the temperature of the growing site. Timber is fine textured and grains are generally straight. In production, the steaming process can cause the colour tone to turn dark reddish. A beech floor creates a warm, cosy atmosphere in any setting, whether fresh and modern or luxurious and elegant.

Beech is one of the most commonly utilised European wood species. European Beech (Fagus sylvatica) is used for Karelia hardwood floorings. Species distribution is Central Europe, where it grows to a height of 45 m with a trunk diameter of 1.2 m. Beech forms dense and impressive looking forests.

Brinell-hardness 2,7 - 3,7.

Beech is not suitable for use with underfloor heating. Practical and hardwearing, beech wood parquet is at home anywhere.

Beech Hardwood floor Karelia Living room