Quick-Step launches new laminate products at TISE 2015

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Dallas—Quick-Step launched a new collection at The International Surface Event (TISE) 2015 in Las Vegas at the Mandalay Bay Convention Center Jan. 20-23.

Quick-Step’s new Envique Collection features extraordinary visuals and textures including fire-charred, sandblasted, “wood concrete” and hand-scraped designs.

Envique is made with GenuEdge technology, allowing the surface design to roll over the edges of the plank for a truly authentic look. The top layer of each plank also features ScratchGuard Advanced Finish Technology helping the floor resist scratches that can dull a floor’s surface over time. In addition, a special anti-static surface repels dust and dirt, making Envique floors virtually maintenance-free.

“Quick-Step is a fashion-based product line that is on pace with the latest styles and trends,” said Paij Thorn-Brooks, vice president of brand marketing for Unilin, Quick-Step’s parent company. “Our brand prides itself on being the first to market with the hottest styles, latest trends and most sophisticated features. Quick-Step has the technical ability to produce visuals and an unmatched level of realism that competitors cannot. This year’s Surfaces launch is the right mix of products to keep our brand firmly in the position of style leader.”

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