Axe-wood flooring refers to a type of hardwood flooring that has been handcrafted using an ancient technique called “axe-scraping.” This process involves scraping the surface of the wood planks with a sharp axe, removing the softer wood fibers and leaving behind a textured, rustic surface.
Axe-wood flooring is known for its durability, natural beauty, and unique character. The texture created by the axe-scraping process can add depth and interest to a room, while the hardwood material provides long-lasting durability.
This type of flooring is typically made from hardwoods such as oak, hickory, or maple and can come in a variety of finishes, from natural to stained. Because of the handcrafted nature of the process, each plank of axe-wood flooring is unique, with its own distinct pattern and character.
However, because of the specialized technique involved in creating axe-wood flooring, it can be more expensive than other types of hardwood flooring. Additionally, the textured surface may require more maintenance than a smooth surface, as dirt and debris can accumulate in the crevices.
This type of flooring is suitable for high-end markets with good profit, always popular in Europe and North American markets.
|Texture||Axe-split collection||Construction||Three-layer engineered oak flooring, Multilayer|
|Grade||EF||Finish||reactive stain,water base+wax/natural/wax oil|
|Installation||Floating or gluing down||Joint System||Click|