Traditional solid wood floors do not meet the requirements of a modern home. A hydrostatically stable floor can, for example, be achieved by having several layers of wood in the floor where the different layers have different fibre directions or by one of the layers consisting of a wood fibreboard.
Bjelin parquet floor consists of three layers where the wood fibres in the different layers run in a perpendicular direction to each other. The layers lock each other and reduce the natural movement of the wood, providing a stable floor.
The surface layer has a wear surface of 2.5-3.5 mm. The middle layer is strong and durable and is made from pine or spruce. The bottom layer of wood also has a stabilising function.