This year, the trend is towards grey colours, large boards and a rustic appearance. Following are our new products.
Grey, a sure bet
Once again this year, grey is very popular in interior design. So, two new shades of grey have joined our product line: Roccia, a medium grey offered in the preoiled Model Classic Collection and Urbania, a mouse grey available in the prefinished Unique Collection.
New grade and new width: Heritage 5¼ inches
We also created a new, more naturally rustic grade with wider boards in attractive lengths. Heritage grade boards are 5¼ inches wide and available in the following species: birch, red oak, maple, silver maple and ash.
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In recent months, PG Hardwood Flooring surveyed a number of industry professionals to gain insight into the latest floor covering trends. This year, the trend is towards lighter shades, a rustic appearance, matt finishes and so on. So this is what we propose for 2013.
Introduction of preoiled UV environmentally friendly products
This year, PG added preoiled UV products to its Unique Collection as well as its Model Classic Collection. Products are finished with natural renewable oil, an environmentally friendly choice. This process allows the wood to breathe and is popular because it is simple to maintain and repair. Oiled flooring also enhances the grain of the wood, conferring a matt, rustic appearance. Habano and its rich cocoa brown overtones are sure to please those seeking a rich decor, while Marula with its greige accents adapts easily to any interior. For the more daring, PG and a professional painter worked together to create a Mediterranean-inspired product contrasting electric blue and carbon grey tones: Hope. This floor is sure to be the centre of attention in any home.
New in the Origin Series and E Series
Given the resounding success of the Origin Series, PG developed a new stain with greige accents known as Pelletier. The new Arizona colour added to the E Series features sandy grey and carbon tones.
New colours for the Model Classic Collection
Once again, this year, grey is the mainstay of interior design and we are pleased to offer customers Minio in shades of mouse-grey. Owing to the trend in lighter shades this year, PG developed a new colour, Sandbanks, sure to leave no one indifferent. Create your own ambience with Minio and Sandbanks available for all our grades, species, widths and finishes. The choice is yours!Read more »
PG Hardwood Flooring has been honoured with a special distinction awarded by the Chamber of Commerce of Lévis at the Pléiades – Awards of Excellence ceremony on May 23rd, 2013 at the Lévis Convention and Exhibition Centre.
This award, in the Proactif HR category, is awarded to a company that recognizes the contribution made by human resources to corporate success through verifiable and quantifiable everyday management.
PG Hardwood Flooring presented their Apprentissage en Milieu de Travail program which is based on companionship and prioritizes the transfer of knowledge. This program offers each employee the opportunity to flourish whilst optimizing their competencies.Read more »
A. Yes, different types of moulding are available, including nosing, reducers, quarter-rounds and T moulding.Read more »
A. Yellowing or changes in the colour of wood is a natural phenomenon. Wood itself changes colour as it ages and sunlight will affect the colour of your hardwood flooring. Although the Model Plus finish contains an anti-yellowing ingredient that delays and diminishes this phenomenon, the flooring will age and a more or less pronounced colour variation will appear, depending on the species. To minimize this effect, occasionally move furnishings and carpets around.Read more »
A. One is not better than the other. Each has specific properties that justify its use. Solid hardwood flooring is made of wood ¾ inches thick and can be sanded up to seven times. In most cases, it is used in residences when flooring can be nailed to a wood surface.
Engineered wood is recommended when the flooring is to be glued in place. Owing to its ¼ inch thickness, engineered flooring is often used in multiple-storey buildings (e.g., condos) or basements. Engineered flooring is very versatile and considered more stable that solid hardwood flooring. However, despite its great stability, ambient humidity must be carefully monitored.Read more »