Johnson Hardwood announces Surfaces 2012 participation

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CITY OF INDUSTRY, CALIF.—Johnson Hardwood will be back on the show floor in January for Surfaces 2012 at Mandalay Bay. The company will occupy booth B2826, next to the New Product Marketplace.

Johnson Hardwood will have the following products on display at the show:

Tuscan Series. New colors in maple and oak. Also in fixed widths.

Victorian Series. New 3/8-inch hickory and maple engineered line in 9 colors.

Javawood Series. Handscraped solid and engineered sustainable species in four colors.

ForeverTuff Collection: ForeverTuff is the toughest finish in the market, according to company officials. Available in domestic and exotic species, the product line is recommended to home owners looking for an easy-to-install floor with long-term value and high clarity.

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