Torlys to showcase Everest XP at IDS show

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Torlys, a global company specializing in responsible flooring solutions, is gearing up to showcase its newest product innovation, Torlys EverestXP Hardwood, at the 24th annual Interior Design Show, slated to take place April 7 to 10 at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre.

Touting extreme performance and durability, Torlys Everest XP collections, dubbed by the company as the “pinnacle of hardwood,” offer waterproof surface technology and are made from 100% natural materials. This hardwood includes more design possibilities with various wood species in wider, longer and cleaner grade planks that deliver a lifetime of unparalleled performance without sacrificing the beauty of natural wood, according to Torlys.

“We are excited to share this much anticipated hardwood line that provides a lifetime of unparalleled performance without sacrificing the beauty of natural wood with our trade partners and consumers at the Interior Design Show,” said Cam Bowen, VP of sales, builder/hospitality, North America. “EverestXP offers a combination of benefits that speak to Torlys’ ongoing commitment to delivering the best product innovations in this exciting industry.”

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