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Tuesday, January 15, 2008

Step on in style

MALAYSIA is one of the world leaders in timber flooring. Hence, Lumber Mart wants to keep it that way. The unique challenge thrown up by Malaysia’s damp, tropical climate has been taken up in earnest and a series of innovations in technology has maximised both durability and aesthetic appeal.

The only way to ensure quality is to be in control of the entire process: all the way from the forest and into your living room. It makes great sense to opt for a one-stop solution where the vendor combines the roles of importers, the manufacturer and installer, ensuring complete accountability as the buck stops with them.

Lumber Mart timber flooring offers quality finishes

The process begins with sourcing the timber and this requires quality control experts who are located in countries where the timber originated, and who are tasked with selecting the finest wood as input materials.

The raw material is kiln-dried first and then precision moulded into tongue and groove floor strips.

The installation of the flooring features several methods depending on individual requirements and preferences, ranging from simple glue down to the technically superior insulated batten system.

Sanded floors coated with Bona’s advanced range of water-based finishes provide a high degree of scuff resistance and protection against wear. It is in fact up to seven times more scratch resistant than conventional coating.

The job doesn’t end there: post installation maintenance is the way to keep the flooring in perfect shape for years to come.

Lumber Mart has an exclusive collaboration with Bona, one of the world’s leading manufacturers of sanding equipment as well as the benefit of continuous research and development and technical training.

By The Star

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