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Berger & Partners - Floors - Podlahy
Prague

Wooden and Laminated Flooring

We are a full service company specialized in consultation, sales, marketing and installation of hard floorings - Pergo floors, woodparquet and solid wood floorings.

Our customers

Customers and partners of ours are well established shops, chains, restaurants, hotels, construction companies, interior designers, developers, architects as well as quality demanding private persons.

Suppliers

Besides Pergo we are working with carefully selected suppliers of qualitative wood parquet floorings from Scandinavia and Central Europe. Additionally we offer exotic wood parquet and solid wood directly imported from manufacturers in South East Asia.

Total Quality management

To ensure total quality in a project (design, right quality of product, logistic, financing, installation, after sales service, guarantees) we usually create a project group where the manufacturer, the investor/constructor and ourselves are involved in an early stage. Thereby flexible customer solutions, quick and transparent information to all involved in the process and most importantly - lowest possible costs with good results within the set timeframe are gained.

Manufacturer Guarantees

Due to our close contact with our suppliers we furbish our customers with personal written EXTENDED MANUFACTURERS GUARANTEES.

E.g. Depending on choosen quality of Pergo and the place of use following FULL TIME guarantees apply:

Private customers 10 to 50 years

Contract / public area 3 to 15 years

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