Anderson introduces its first-ever laminate collections

Anderson introduces its first-ever laminate collections
January 07, 2011

Fountain Inn, S.C.—For the first time in company history, Anderson Hardwood Floors introduces three collections of upscale laminate products. The collections, named Essentials, Artisan and Brilliance, feature a variety of styles with a wide array of species and beautiful colors at reasonable prices. Anderson laminates are made in the U.S. with a strong, stable and moisture resistant coreboard with a patented, adhesive-free, locking system on all four sides, so it is quick and easy to install.

“Anderson is pleased to offer our distributor channel such a versatile, stylish and varied laminate program at competitive pricing,” said Don Finkell, Shaw Hardwood, CEO. “Representing the leading-edge styling of Anderson from a visual perspective, the products are an affordable alternative for consumers who love our hardwood.”

The Essentials Collection offers Oak Essentials, Cherry Essentials and Hickory Essentials all in two color selections at attractive prices. A durable textured finished is designed to highlight each specie in a dramatic 8-inch wide plank.

Mirroring the look of luxurious hand-hewn hardwood, the Artisan collection features a hand-scraped texture that is subtle and refined with a realistic visual. The light, directional scraping is on a 5½-inch wide plank with four-sided beveled edges. Artisan Oak and Artisan Cherry are all available in two versatile colors and Artisan Hickory is available in three hues.

The Brilliance Collection features two exotic species, koa and quabracho, both with a durable, innovative high gloss finish for visual clarity. The collection features 5½-inch wide planks, a mirror-like finish and a 25-year warranty. Exotic Brilliance is available in three colors and Tropical Brilliance is available in two golden hues.

For more information on Anderson Laminate, please contact your Anderson sales representative.

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