Designer floors

Forest Flooring is a well established company that boasts more than 25 years worth of experience in the timber industry.

They import only the highest quality products directly from selected timber producers situated all over the world, and have become synonymous with the distribution of all types of exotic hardwoods and European Oak. With agencies for Tropical, Brazilian and European hardwoods, Forest Flooring ensures that they have the correct product for every conceivable application.

Products available include flooring, decking, beams, tables, architraves, ceilings, staircases, inlay flooring, skirting, balustrades, and cladding.

Forest Flooring specialises in the following woods: European oak, Jatoba, Ash, Merbau wenge, Walnut, Cherry, Burmese teak, Afzelia doussie, Russian maple, and Kempas

For more information on Forest Flooring’s range of timber products, refer to their information on Specifile on-line and the SPECXpert DVD

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