DuChâteau® hardwood flooring are divided into two different grades - to create on the old, aged floor as seen in our Aged Character woods or modern floors as in our Select Grade forests.
Aged Character. Our older quality wood is distinguished by the ease, laxity and naturalness of the formation of wood grains, as well as many cracks that resemble the old world floor.
Select Grade. This wood species, unlike the previous one, is classified on these smooth, modern surfaces. Such a class of hardwood flooring doesn’t a purpose to create as little difference between the boards, it ensures us with greater homogeneity of the wood grain.
What distinguishes DuChâteau® from others is a natural variety of wood. Exactly this difference lies in the gradients of colors that occur naturally in our wood. Depending on the product, we have the opportunity to produce a floor with a minimal degree of variation in the finish- this caused that the floor’s coloring is more uniform and universal. We also have the option to produce a floor that has a huge variety of finishes. This means that the color gradually changes from light to dark gradients along the planks.