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‘Wood for real life’ with Quick-Step

WITH Quick-Step, homes reportedly enjoy wood guaranteed to be ready for real life. It says it revolutionised the wood floor market with Cascada, the world’s first waterproof wood floor, and is now bringing the innovation to new ranges in an updated collection of Wood for Life floors.

Says the company: ‘Homeowners can now enjoy 100% waterproof wood in new Cala and Amato ranges. Cala is an extra-wide and extra-long plank that adds refinement and elegance in grand rooms, while Amato’s slender plank brings a compact option suited to smaller spaces such as bathrooms and hallways.

‘Just like any Quick-Step wood floor, these new ranges bring exquisite looks across nature, marquant and vibrant grades in lacquer or oiled finishes.’

The company continues: ‘Whatever Quick-Step wood is chosen, from the herringbone of Disegno to Intenso’s parquet patterns and Palazzo’s reimagining of luxurious design; homeowners can be confident of a floor guaranteed to be ready for living, thanks to the brand’s Wood for Life technology.

Wood for Life gives Quick-Step wood an easy-to-clean surface and clean joints, so that life’s messiness doesn’t get in the way of a beautiful wood floor. Leaving a surface that will never look dirty or dark and joints that don’t get discoloured, Wood for Life guarantees that Quick-Step wood stays looking good for years to come.’

Says Quick-Step: ‘When it comes to installation, Uniclic Mulitfit (Uniclic on Disegno and Intenso) keeps everything fast and efficient. Every Quick-Step wood floor is also supported by a full range of matching accessories, including everything needed for a totally waterproof floor, for an end result that upholds the floor’s premium quality. Aftercare is well looked after too, with a range of specialist maintenance and cleaning products.

The new Quick-Step wood collection is also made to be more sustainable. The core and backing of planks are made of recovered wood or fast-growing trees that can be replaced quickly. As for the top layer that’s made from slow growing wood species, like oak, Quick-Step sources from sustainably managed forests, and harvest as few trees as possible by using a thinner top layer.’

The company concludes: ‘Quick-Step has also developed world-first recycling technology that turns the core of its wood floors into new materials. The new Quick-Step wood collection is arriving to the UK retailers next month.’

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