Boen Flooring started as early as 1641, with two small sawmills in southern Norway. Their Norwegian history, experience, and craftsmanship are what makes their products unique and different. Being in the same industry for almost 350 years makes it is easy to leap when it comes to creativity. Their drive to keep bringing new things to the table makes them relevant to every generation and the constantly changing market trends. With the help of constant investments and product development, Boen Flooring is now one of Europe's largest and most modern producers of hardwood floors. Boen Flooring has their leading site in Lithuania, but their market share has only been increasing worldwide as they offer quality products to their partners.
Boen Flooring understands that finalizing the perfect flooring can be pretty daunting. Hence, Boen Flooring has tried to make this whole process a little easy by offering their customer a wide range of colors, shapes, surface treatments, styles, appearances, and many more filters to help you make a decision.
The thermal resistance of hardwood floors is pretty low. Hence, many people opt for underfloor heating but worry about the cost and whether it would go together or not. Hardwood floors and underfloor heating do go together and are also cost-effective. However, some woods like beech, maple, and jatoba are more likely to form gaps instead of oak. Boen Flooring recommended their customer have their hardwood floors permanently adhered to underfloor heating to ensure stability.