Meet the Future of Green Flooring at Surfaces 2009

20 01 2009

Surfaces, here we come! From February 3rd–5th, 2009 we’ll be in beautiful Las Vegas, Nevada bringing you the latest innovations in natural, quiet, eco-efficient, affordable, and fashionable flooring.

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And we couldn’t be more excited this year, as we will once again present an exciting new portfolio of products that are sure to set new trends for the future of floor covering. Our designers have created new colors, patterns, shapes, textures and combination of materials that are guaranteed to leave a lasting impression. You will be thrilled with the elegant shapes and rustic charm of our new collections and will simply love the exotic contrast between urban design and nature’s touch.

Series 200 WRT Champagne

Series 200 WRT Champagne

Series 200 HPS Secrets

Series 200 HPS Secrets

So be sure to stop by and be one of the first to experience our gorgeous 2009 product line. We’ll be located in Hall A, at booth # 2854.

See you there!
Team Wicanders

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21 01 2009
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7 02 2009
Steve Getsiv

Wow, there sure was a lot of FSC certified wood products at Surfaces this year. It seems like certified products are finally being offered from a significant number of manufacturers. Lots of engineered products with Baltic Birch and Radiata Pine substrates are FSC Mixed Source Certified, which is certainly better than not certified at all. I also saw quite a few solid hardwood prefinished products that are FSC certified. How long will it take before consumers actually start searching for the term FSC?

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