Porcelanosa USA has entered the engineered hardwood flooring category, launching a new line of 7” width and 7’ long planks from Europe.
Porcelanosa USA has entered the engineered hardwood flooring category, launching a new line of 7” width and 7’ long planks from Europe. The boards are treated with thistle oil and carnauba wax resins for a natural and hard-wearing finish, according to the company.
"It seems the overwhelming popularity of this line lies in the impregnation of the wear layers with natural oils and wax – nothing more, nothing less, the way it would have been done for centuries before varnish and urethanes came along. This renders a plank of heartwood timber destined to become a wooden floor with a unique authenticity," commented Andrew Pennington, national sales and marketing director.
Products include Roble Ebano Luxor, White Oak finished in Ebony (a parquet); Roble Etna, White Oak - Quercus (reminiscent of vintage oak sherry barrels of the Andalucian Jerez region), Roble Country, White Oak - Quercus (featuring shaded tones of brown homogenously throughout the depth of the wear layer); and Roble Louvre, White Oak - Quercus (designed to combine traditional elegance with contemporary style).
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Porcelanosa launches engineered hardwood line
October 14, 2010