We're confident that these floors meet the expectations of customers that seek contemporary-styled options in flooring and are also environmentally forward about their purchasing decisions.
Suwanee, GA (PRWEB) October 26, 2013
SimpleFLOORS honors National Make-A-Difference Day on October 26th by offering sustainable collections of Bamboo, Cork and Eucalyptus flooring. These wood species are considered environmentally-friendly because they have a rapid regeneration rate of only 5-7 years, contrasted with traditional hardwoods that require from 20-40 years to reach maturity before harvesting.
“Our collections of Bamboo, Cork and Eucalyptus flooring offer exceptional beauty in addition to environmentally-friendly sourcing,” says Director of Marketing Scott Lewanowicz. “We're confident that these floors meet and exceed the expectations of customers that seek contemporary design options in flooring and are also eco-conscious about their purchasing decisions.”
National Make-A-Difference Day promotes stewardship and humanitarian assistance at a community level. It is recognized as the largest national day of community service in the United States, and is founded by USA Weekend Magazine and Point of Life organization.
simpleFLOORS Inc. is an Atlanta-based factory-direct online retailer with 19 showrooms in California, Oregon, Washington, Texas, Georgia and Florida, offering premium-grade design-conscious wood flooring at guaranteed low prices. Guided by fresh insights from the interior design community, including new color trends, depth-enhancing hand-sculpting techniques and distinctive grain treatments, simpleFLOORS contract-manufactures, imports, sells and ships direct to residences, business addresses and construction sites anywhere in the U.S. and Canada. From engineered exotic species to laminates, bamboo and cork products, simpleFLOORS respects the environment and carries a wide range of sustainable, renewable, durable and long-lasting wood flooring options.
Contact simpleFLOORS at 800-220-7112 or visit the simpleFLOORS website at http://www.simplefloors.com.