BLOCK FLOORING

WOOD FLOORING WITH OUTSTANDING FUNCTION

Block flooring, Wood pavment or End-grain it has many names but is all the same, We refer to it as Block flooring.  
It´
s manufactured as blocks of strong solid wood installed with the end grain upwards and fully glued down to the substrate. This type of floor has outstanding durability and is a good choice for spaces subject to extremely hard wear. Block flooring is also appreciated for its superb acoustical properties and superior sound absorption capacity.

BASE

Kubbgolv BASE - trägolv 

Our standard block flooring is available in various wood species such as fir, pine, larch, oak and smoked oak

BASE BLOCK FLOORING

INDUSTRY

Kubbgolv Industry - trägolv 

Our block flooring in larger dimensions for spaces subject to hard wear. Available in pine, fir and larch. 

INDUSTRY BLOCK FLOORING

DESIGN

Kubbgolv Design - trägolv

Walls, doors, tables. We manufacture to your specifications. 

DESIGN BLOCK FLOORING

BLOCK FLOORING

The design aesthetic is unique with endless possibilities for variation. Block flooring is generally considered very forgiving towards damage and wear. 

Block flooring has traditionally been used in spaces with high demands for durability and acoustics, such as Believe it or not, there is historical evidence that block flooring has been used since the 11th century! 

Streets in the large cities of the world, including Paris and New York, were laid with end grain blocks until the 1920s. Millions of square metres of blocks were used this way. There are still some streets laid with end grain blocks - in Chicago for instance  - that are still holding up.  

This incredibly durable material was also used outdoors in Sweden. The Royal Opera in Stockholm, for instance, had block flooring in the outer courtyard of the main entrance to muffle the sounds of horse-drawn carriages. 

Today, we can supply block flooring in all of the most common wood species. The flooring can be surface finished with oil or hard wax oil - or even simply with wood floor soap - and over time develops a very impervious and easy-clean surface. 

Block flooring is fully glued down to the substrate and then sanded and surface finished.