No tree was felled to make the laminate flooring ranges, which boast the look of wood but deliver high performance suitable for commercial use, with scratch- and wear-resistance.
The new lines – Dhara, Nesta, Fika and Tuffa – are made from wood recovered from responsible sources or discarded as a by-product of other industries.
The recovered wood is processed into a high density fibreboard (HDF) core and given a finish that withstands heavy use and makes it easy to clean and maintain. It includes a texture that follows the wood grain pattern and a natural-looking extra-matt finish.
The names of the new ranges reference Scandinavian words and concepts, with Tuffa meaning "resilient state of mind" and offering the most hard-wearing option, made to withstand the world's most intensively used locations.
IVC Commercial transports the product using low-carbon options, and it comes in fully recyclable, FSC-certified packaging.
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