Terminology Parquet – floor covering of different types of wood, stacked, ottsiklevannoe and polished, with the application of a protective layer in the form of varnishes, oils and other protective coatings. Sanding parquet – alignment surface after the installation of new flooring or removal of the upper contaminated layer (1 to 3 mm) of the old flooring. Parquet polishing – fine treatment of wooden surfaces directly under the application of varnish or other protective coverage. Floor plank (riveting, die) – the unit, specially treated wooden parts of a certain size, has tongue and groove to dock with the adjacent slats when installing parquet flooring. Groove wood flooring bar – a deepening of the longitudinal and end parts of the strap, insert the comb. Crest of the floor plank – prominence on the front and sides of the longitudinal strips to insert into the groove. The first mention of the dance floor appears even in the annals Ancient Russia since the reign of Ivan the Terrible. Of course, since the time of production technology and application of parquet significantly changed, but the floors and to this day remains the most popular floor covering. AND agree that when you see a beautiful well-packed and finished parquet, for example, various reports from the halls of the Kremlin, it is sincere admiration. Moreover, any uninitiated person in technology manufacturing and device parquet floor, of course, thinks that "it is probably as difficult, long and expensive," he fears, and assuming that he can have a beautiful wooden floors in their homes.