Quality Wood Floors unveils KronoSwiss laminate collection

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Grand Selection Origin in Sunset.

Phoenix, Ariz.—Quality Wood Floors released its newest hard surface flooring collection by Switzerland-based manufacturer KronoSwiss. Modeled to provide a real, rustic-looking, natural wood flooring, the new collection is called Grand Selection Origin and features six oversized-panel, abrasion-resistant color options.

A popular choice in homes across the country for all traffic types, including bedrooms, living rooms, dining and kitchens, the laminate flooring is resilient and withstands highly-trafficked hotels, restaurants and commercial applications, the company said. “Our nationwide dealer network loves this collection because it’s water resistant, very easy to clean and has excellent sound-insulating barriers,” said George Braica, VP of operations for Quality Wood Floors. “Our dealers also appreciate how easy the large planks are to install because unlike any other laminate this can be floated or glued down.”

A modern and attractive set of colors, the Grand Selection Origin collection is waterproof for 72 hours, and because of its aquastop technology, the flooring is suitable for use in bathrooms, laundry rooms and other spaces that attract water. Each plank is 14mm thick, 80 inches long and 9.6 inches wide, making for one of the sturdiest planks in the industry, according to the company. It also features an abrasion score of AC5.

“Our customers regularly search for quality products that look great and match design requirements,” added Braica. “As tastes change, our customers come back to our team because we not only monitor the market, but, more importantly, we care about their experience, far more than simply making a quick sale.”

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