Our Top Brands – Versini and Forest Accents Flooring
Tricolor Flooring recommend Versini Flooring, as well as, other quality flooring brands. Versini’s passion for quality and design can be easily seen in Versini’s extensive collection of designs and unique styles. The Versini artisans painstakingly craft beautiful floors with the advanced technologies.Versini Flooring is recognized as the finest quality hardwood flooring you can buy. Versini has developed best-practices in wood milling and fine Italian finishing to create magnificant results.
As the largest manufacturers of wood flooring in the world, Versini is the leader of the “Green Movement” of flooring. They produce more flooring by using special renewable techniques and recycled wood materials than anyone else in the world. Versini products are made from domestic and exotic trees for both traditional strip flooring and wide planks. A very popular style is Versini’s hand-crafted scraped and distressed floor designs to look and feel like seasoned aged wood. Distress designs offer exceptional wear and durability capabilities.
Versini hardwood selections offers the options of hand-inlaid borders, design patterns and decorative sections. Versini leads the industry with the newest commercial-grade acrylic infused hardwood floors for optimium durability. Versini provides a excellent warranty on most of its flooring products depending construction and quality specifications:
Structural Warranty: LIFETIME
Finish Warranty (Residential): 25 YEAR
Finish Warranty (Commercial): 5 YEAR
Forest Accents harvests selective bamboo from forests of Southern China, Western Africa, Northern Brazil, and other areas of the world for the most beautiful and highest quality hardwoods. Wood is chosen for its striking beauty, radiant colors, and handsome graining.
Forest Accents’ engineered wood flooring is affordable with variety of constuction methods from glue down directly over concrete to staple down over existing plywood sub floors.
These engineered floors have a cross-ply construction design to reduce the natural expansion and contraction of wood, which adds to their appeal to use in regions with significant variations in relative humidity, such as Florida.