Wooden pavement flooring has been in use since ancient times and is manufactured using the most durable species of wood. During the nineteenth and twentieth century’s Oak pavement flooring became very popular due to its durability.
As a result of this durability it became the flooring of choice for large manufacturers such as GM, Ford & US Steel. Due to its durable nature all of these manufacturers had oak pavement installed in their manufacturing plants.
Oak Blocks were also favoured in exclusive settings such as palaces and the houses of wealthy families. One of the best examples of this is the dice floor at the palace of Versailles. Wooden pavement flooring is becoming as popular today as it was back then, as a natural material for homes, offices and for places with high footfall such as shops, bars & restaurants.