First stained en­gi­neered floor­ing col­lec­tion fea­tur­ing Aus­tralian species

Australasian Timber - - ENGINEERED WOOD -

TO MEET the grow­ing de­mand for Euro­pean-in­spired stained wood floor­ing, Bo­ral Tim­ber has launched its met­al­lon™ floor­ing col­lec­tion fea­tur­ing Aus­tralian Black­butt and Spot­ted Gum species.

As the first to mar­ket with a broad en­gi­neered floor­ing of­fer­ing fea­tur­ing lo­cal tim­bers ap­plied with con­tem­po­rary stained fin­ishes, Bo­ral has pro­vided a stun­ning al­ter­na­tive in a cat­e­gory that un­til now has been dom­i­nated by im­ported species.

The high qual­ity, easy to in­stall met­al­lon™ boards are in­spired by the aes­thet­ics of pre­cious met­als, trans­form­ing the earthy beauty of Aus­tralian hard­woods into the colours of Cop­per, Tung­sten, Pewter, Cobalt (pic­tured) and Ti­ta­nium.

“Stained en­gi­neered floors are ex­tremely pop­u­lar and when matched with the nat­u­ral beauty of Aus­tralian species, prove to be a ver­sa­tile and multi-di­men­sional tim­ber floor­ing so­lu­tion that aligns with evolv­ing Aus­tralian ar­chi­tec­ture and de­sign trends. met­al­lon™ is the next it­er­a­tion of the highly suc­cess­ful Bo­ral en­gi­neered floor­ing range and will make a truly unique state­ment in res­i­den­tial in­te­ri­ors,” said Leon Travis, na­tional sales and dis­tri­bu­tion man­ager at Bo­ral Tim­ber.

In­cor­po­rat­ing the click-lock in­stal­la­tion sys­tem, the hard-wear­ing Black­butt and Spot­ted Gum boards are pre-fin­ished for min­i­mal fuss and mess, and can be sanded back for a more nat­u­ral fin­ish or re-stained as de­sign pref­er­ences evolve.

met­al­lon™ is the sus­tain­able en­gi­neered tim­ber floor­ing choice. It is Chain of Cus­tody cer­ti­fied by the Aus­tralian Forestry Stan­dard*, which has mu­tual recog­ni­tion by the world’s largest for­est man­age­ment cer­ti­fier, the Pro­gramme for the En­dorse­ment of For­est Cer­ti­fi­ca­tion Scheme. This means the tim­ber is pro­duced us­ing cer­ti­fied, le­gal and sus­tain­ably man­aged sources. As a build­ing ma­te­rial, tim­ber is a good choice be­cause it is a nat­u­ral and re­new­able re­source.

Bo­ral Tim­ber has im­ple­mented AFS Chain of Cus­tody cer­ti­fi­ca­tion to sup­port re­spon­si­ble and sus­tain­able for­est man­age­ment in Aus­tralia. Bo­ral Tim­ber’s Chain of Cus­tody cer­ti­fi­ca­tion meets the Aus­tralian Forestry Stan­dard (AFS) AS 4707-2006. AFCS has mu­tual recog­ni­tion by the Pro­gram for the En­dorse­ment of For­est Cer­ti­fi­ca­tion Scheme (PEFC) – the world’s largest for­est man­age­ment cer­ti­fier. All Bo­ral Tim­ber man­u­fac­tur­ing sites are Chain of Cus­tody cer­ti­fied, this means all prod­ucts from th­ese sites are cer­ti­fied and can be traced from pro­cess­ing to dis­tri­bu­tion and are pro­duced us­ing cer­ti­fied, le­gal and sus­tain­ably man­aged sources.

AUS­TRALASIAN TIM­BER SEPTEM­BER 2016 www.tim­ber­biz.com.au

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