Lauzon Flooring receives NWFA/NOFMA certification

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St. Louis—Lauzon Distinctive Hardwood Flooring in Papineauville, Quebec, Canada, has earned the NWFA/NOFMA Mill Certification, according to the National Wood Flooring Association (NWFA).

“We are pleased to welcome Lauzon Flooring as the newest Canadian member of the NWFA/NOFMA Program,” said John Forbes, NWFA manufacturer services director. “The NWFA/NOFMA Program was founded over 100 years ago, and the fact that certification continues to be a sought-after differentiator, clearly demonstrates the vibrancy and relevancy of the designation.”

The NWFA/NOFMA certification shows that a manufacturer’s wood flooring meets or exceeds the industry standards for grade, configuration, moisture content and average board length. Certified mills are inspected a minimum of two times per year to ensure consistent grade standards are met.

“Our team at Lauzon is thrilled and very proud to receive the NWFA/NOFMA mark of distinction for wood flooring,” said Richard Ayuen, vice president of sales and marketing, Lauzon Flooring. “Being certified means that all of our processes and our standards of quality meet our industry’s most stringent standards. This allows Lauzon to fulfill its promise of always delivering high-quality and value-added hardwood flooring to all of our customers.”

For more information, visit: nwfa.org/nofma-manufacturers.aspx.

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