Industry votes Kährs best wood flooring range

Kährs wins 'Hardwood Flooring Product of the Year' at the Contract Flooring Association/Contract Flooring Journal's joint Flooring Industry Awards

In association with
Oak Bloc Nature from the Bloc Collection
Oak Bloc Nature from the Bloc Collection

Kährs' wood flooring range has been voted ‘Hardwood Flooring Product of the Year’ for the 14th time in the industry’s 2015 Contract Flooring Association (CFA)/Contract Flooring Journal (CFJ) Flooring Industry Awards. Sponsored jointly by the CFA and CFJ, the annual awards include 17 categories. Winners were voted for by readers of CFJ, who registered in an independent ballot earlier this year.

Renowned for its quality, performance and design scope, Kährs range includes more than 140 different wood floors presented throughout 25 collections.  Floors are offered in nine different sustainable wood species and numerous patterns – from one-strip plank to retro-styled Herringbone. Many designs feature surface treatments, including brushed, handscraped, sawn, smoked, stained and bevelled finishes.

  • Kährs Oak Nouveau Snow from Kährs Classic Nouveau Collection
    Kährs Oak Nouveau Snow from Kährs Classic Nouveau Collection
  • Kährs Oak Ydre from Kährs Smaland Collection
    Kährs Oak Ydre from Kährs Smaland Collection
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All floors have a multi-layered construction, based on the original ‘parquet’ design invented and patented by Kährs in 1941. As well as providing optimum stability, the construction method uses resources in the most nature-friendly way. During installation, Kährs glueless Woodloc® joint promotes speed and accuracy, and eliminates gapping during the lifetime of the floor.

New designs for 2015 include Kahrs Bloc, Real and Småland Collections, which join Kahrs Supreme Range.

For more information and technical support visit: www.kahrs.co.uk

 

Contact:

sales@kahrs.com 

023 9245 3045


 

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