Junckers Flooring Installation - Description and Information Guide

Installation Flooring Process

In every building project – either designing a new building or refurbishing an existing one – many flooring challenges become apparent. The height of the room must never be compromised. The new floor must adapt to the sub-floor rather than require costly adjustment and installation must be fast and easy. Additionally, it should be able to meet various technical demands, such as hiding cables and pipes under the floor. This is where the value of a well-designed floor becomes clear. And that’s why – thanks to three different installation options – Junckers flooring overcome these challenges.

Fast & Flexible

The firm and the stable floating floor are perfect for under-floor heating as it adjusts to seasonal changes in temperature and humidity. Impact noise is significantly reduced – making it perfect for multi-floor buildings. In addition, this type of floor perfectly complements other floor finishes like tile, stone and carpet. Installed with the unique Junckers Clip System, the finished floor is not more than 1-2 millimetres higher than the floorboard itself. Junckers is almost unique in being able to fit solid wood as a floating floor directly onto concrete subfloors without the need for battens and the extra height that this demands.

Stable, With an Ultimately Solid Sound Feel

A glued-down installation enhances the feel and sound of a solid wooden floor even more. Glue down is becoming a popular and appropriate solution for large, open spaces where footstep or drumming noise may be a problem. All Junckers flooring can be bonded to any sub-floor such as concrete, light-concrete or wooden materials with the unique, environmentally friendly Junckers Parquet Adhesive. Glueing the wood onto the sub-floor also opens up the possibility for complicated patterns.

Traditional Installation

Junckers flooring is specially designed for structural boards. This makes it possible to nail the boards onto softwood battens or joists – leaving ample space for pipes, cabling, insulation, under-floor heating or other utilities. The height of the finished floor is determined by the sub-construction – typically from 60-70 millimetres and up.