AHF Products to highlight all brands at NWFA Expo

Home Home Feature AHF Products to highlight all brands at NWFA Expo

HartcoMountville, Pa.—AHF Products said it will be featuring a sampling of its newest and most popular wood collections under the Bruce, Hartco, LM Flooring, tmbr, Hearthwood, Raintree and Emily Morrow Home brands at the NWFA Expo, (booth #419), April 12-14 in Tampa, Fla.

Barnwood Living Engineered Hardwood by Mark Bowe, a brand-new engineered product line to complement the current solid wood offering, is being introduced under the Bruce brand. The Barnwood Living Collection by Mark Bowe is a line of American-made, hardwood flooring resulting from a collaboration between AHF Products under the Bruce brand and Bowe that celebrates American craftsmanship.

Hartco DogwoodPro with Densified Wood Technology is a real gamechanger for the hardwood flooring buyer, especially with those who have pets or kids, according to the company. Densified wood delivers scratch-resistant, dent-resistant and water-resistant protection against everyday wear, pet nails and pet accidents. Hartco uses a patent-pending process to significantly increase the density of the face veneer using heat and pressure. The result is a dent- and scratch-resistant surface. Cleantivity Technology protects against odor, damage and discoloration that may be caused by mold or mildew. It is also Made in the USA.

Hearthwood Engineered Hardwood offers unique styling and hand-crafted looks, with wire-brushed, low-gloss or hand-scraped visuals. Hearthwood real hardwoods are treated with WetWorx, a water-resistant splatter and spill guard that prevents moisture absorption up to 250% more than competitive hardwood, according to the company. WetWorx is said to protect all six sides of every Hearthwood plank. Hearthwood is Made in the USA with global and domestic components.

LM Flooring Reaction Engineered Hardwood provides an unrivaled level of natural beauty using a proprietary process to achieve warmth and color depth that simply brings true beauty into your home, according to the company. Showcasing a level of grain and natural features that make the collection feel alive, LM said it has created an amazing option for those looking for the cutting-edge, in-home design trends with these 7.5 x ½-inch oak and hickory floors.

Raintree Engineered Hardwood is waterproof and designed to protect your floors from everyday spills and messes while resisting scuffs and scratches, making it perfect for active families, according to the company. It is made of real wood, 1.2 mm sliced veneer on a 5 mm SPC core with a 1 mm IXPE acoustic pad. Raintree features three collections totaling 14 SKUs.

tmbr Engineered Hardwood’s unique visuals are inspired by some of the world’s most geographically stunning destinations and created with one intentional purpose in mind—to bring the innate splendor of the outdoors into the home, according to the company. The first collection launching this spring is Big Sur, an engineered hardwood collection of white oak and hickory in dramatic 7½-inch-wide planks and 10 colors. Inspired by the region’s Pacific coast and picturesque blend of lush, rugged coastline, the combination of textures and colors in a low-gloss finish provides an inspiring design palette, according to the company.

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