Oak Factory


Grades and coloring:

The unique, pure look of Trevi retains the light tone of European oak wood. Also known as "invisible oil" - i.e. "invisible oil", but maintenance-free and with excellent protection. Trevi makes rooms particularly bright and modern and is excellent to combine with dark furnishings.

Trevi is available in our different finishes: Relief 3D, Astig, Classic and Elegant.


The multi-layer construction with sawn back layer guarantees optimal stability. Our floors are specially designed for underfloor heating. The middle layer has no insulating air pockets, so a night setback also works optimally and you heat the floor surface without much loss and thus your rooms energy efficient. The planks can be installed without edge joints or disturbing transition strips. Thus, you can install it in several rooms continuously without having to worry about disturbing relief joints. The connection is made with traditional tongue and groove system to avoid the unpleasant creaking noises of click connections. On the long side, the edges are slightly chamfered. For aesthetic reasons, we do not use a chamfer on the short sides, as this visually shortens the planks, an extremely undesirable effect.


Trevi consists of two layers of the highest quality water-based varnish produced in the traditional way. We do not use UV curing at all, which would significantly reduce production costs, but also comes with strong compromises in quality. The stain resistance of Trevi is extremely good. Even coffee, cola, wine or kernel oil cannot harm Trevi. However, we recommend removing liquids as quickly as possible.


Care consists primarily of vacuuming and mopping. Make sure that they use vacuum cleaner attachments suitable for parquet. You can find our cleaning and care instructions → here.


Color-matched skirting boards are made to order for you.


We recommend gluing by trained installation teams. We will gladly arrange a professional floor layer for you at the time of purchase.

Place of manufacture

We produce in Graz. The raw material comes from sustainable forestry in Eastern Europe. More about this under: Environment.