Hardwood, Laminate and Bamboo, Oh My Flooring!

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From hardwood to rubber tiles, take a look at these flooring products

January 01, 2009

Full Plank products from Karelia

Walk the Plank

Want an aged, wire-brushed or oiled look? Karelia has them all in the Full Plank products. The one-strip products join the new Spice line, which includes the walnut-colored Oak Full Plank Black Pepper, the medium gray Rock Salt Matt and darker Oregano. Throw in some basil, and you’ll have yourself a spice rack. For FREE information, visit http://pb.hotims.com/23718-255 


 

Bruce Hardwood Floors' Westchester Plank

Solidly Rigid

It isn’t often you see a one-time sanding warranty. You’ll have it with Bruce Hardwood Floors’ Westchester Plank, a 3/4-inch engineered flooring product that boasts a variety of colors and finishes. The 41/2-inch Country Natural, for example, provides great dimensional stability, even over subfloors with wide joist spacings. For FREE information, visit http://pb.hotims.com/23718-256 


 

Wirescraped finish by Preverco

Feeling Wired

The new Wirescraped finish by Preverco is offered on the company’s Original Series and Engenius Series of engineered hardwood. The textured flooring is surprisingly resilient and has a unique look and feel. Colors range from gray and silver tones to brown and green. The Kilamanjaro finish, shown, features a bold, contrasting color scheme. For FREE information, visit http://pb.hotims.com/23718-257 


 

Summit International Flooring's Class line

The Return of Class

Crafted in Italy, Summit International Flooring’s Class line features leather-look rubber tiles. You can drape these on floors, walls and other surfaces. The tiles are available in two versatile sizes and six colors. The rubber construction allows for simple trimming to create custom sizes and shapes. For FREE information, visit http://pb.hotims.com/23718-258  

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