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South Mountain flooring offers attractive and affordable monterey series

January 17, 2013

South Mountain hardwood flooring, dedicated to offering the highest quality, elegant, durable floors at affordable prices, presents the Monterey series of hardwood floors.

A unique collection of hardwood flooring, the Monterey series is available in a variety of attractive species including oak, maple, birch and American hickory. Offered in a 3/8 “x 5” format, Monterey is available in hand-scraped and wire-cut finishes. Both styles come in six different color options: bark, cognac, spice, saddle, hazelnut and merlot.   

“Monterey is one of our most popular and versatile series,” said South Mountain Vice President John Salvador. “We have plans to expand the series in 2013 with the introduction of new colors in gray tones and off whites as well as a smooth surface with a natural oil finish. The series is designed to be on the upper, cutting edge but at an affordable price point with a broader customer base. ”Salvador added.

The Monterey, as with all of South Mountain products, utilizes six coats of UV-cured Treffert aluminum oxide, ensuring a flawless and enduring appearance. With more than a quarter century of experience in the flooring industry, South Mountain provides an assortment of popular products, all of which offer unique looks to fit any customer’s taste.

South Mountain will be showcasing the Monterey series, as well as  introducing a number of product additions at booth number S7824 at Surfaces in Las Vegas January, 29-31st.

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