Parquet gluing also allows the use of smaller pieces of wood in the production process, so that the felled trees are much better utilized than if long continuous boards were used exclusively. A high degree of stability is achieved through modern processing technology and low-pollutant glues. Internal tension is excluded from the outset.
In the case of bar gluing, longer pieces are glued together to form solid wood boards, which are previously assembled in matching colours. This results in a visually more harmonious surface and is classified to be of higher quality.