The National Wood Flooring Association (NWFA) recently announced the Fabulous Wood Floors magazine for consumers as a new
green wood flooring guide. This consumer focused magazine is dedicated to wood flooring that educates consumers on the
eco–friendly benefits of wood flooring, hardwood species, installation methods, and much more. Find our where to pick
up your green wood flooring guide below.
ST. LOUIS, Sept. 15 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ –– With green building becoming a priority for many people, wood
flooring remains the flooring option of choice with many eco–conscious consumers because it is a renewable resource.
For many consumers, however, the choices they face with wood flooring can be
overwhelming, and they often wonder where they can turn for answers to their
questions. Now, for the first time, a complete wood flooring guide is
available to help consumers make responsible choices.
Fabulous Wood Floors is a consumer–focused magazine produced by the National
Wood Flooring Association that takes consumers through all of the steps
necessary to select wood floors for their homes. The publication educates
consumers about the green benefits of wood flooring, the different wood
species available, the different installation techniques possible, how
finishes affect the look and performance of wood floors, and even how wood
floors can be designed to fit any personal style and decor. Best of all, the
publication is loaded with photos showing consumers all the possibilities wood
floors present, from the simple and traditional, to the complex and unusual.
Wood floors enhance the beauty and value of any home, but they also offer
warmth, style and durability, with easy maintenance. Take the first step to
becoming a wood flooring advocate by getting a copy of Fabulous Wood Floors
today. Look for it this October at Borders, Barnes & Noble, Book–A–Million,
and other national bookstores. You also can learn more about wood floors
through the NWFA's web site, and find a professional installer in your area as
well, at www.woodfloors.org.
The NWFA is a not–for–profit trade organization of more than 3,600 wood
flooring professionals working worldwide to educate consumers, architects,
designers, and builders in the uses and benefits of wood flooring. The NWFA
can be contacted at 800–422–4556 (USA & Canada), or 636–519–9663 (local and
SOURCE – National Wood Flooring Association
Anita Howard, Communications Director, National Wood Flooring Association,