Keeping up with the latest trends in the world of floor coverings, Coswick Hardwood has launched a new collection of engineered oak flooring prefinished with extra-durable aluminum oxide matte finish, Signature Oak Collection.
The new flooring collection features seven designer colors, all of which satisfy consumer demand for natural, soft and earthly tones in hardwood flooring.
“Signature Oak is one of the most creative Coswick flooring lines,” stated Vladimir Ianovski, founder of Coswick Hardwood. “This collection was inspired by the element of Water, and our designers relied on richness of color in order to capture and communicate the essence of this element in its various forms.”
The new collection comes prefinished with lacquer CosNanoTech+, an innovative finishing technology that is distinguished by superb durability and high wear resistance. Through excellent adhesion to wood, CosNanoTech+ lacquer seals wood pores, creating a perfectly smooth and fully transparent surface.
All floors in the new collection have matte finish and very low surface sheen. The main benefit of matte finish is that it puts emphasis on richness of color and wood texture, as well as creates a very forgiving, easy-maintenance floor surface that disguises footprints and dust.
Signature Oak collection is manufactured as 3-layer floating engineered CosLoc 5G flooring. This innovative technology is rapidly gaining popularity, as CosLoc 5G flooring maintains superb dimensional stability even under elevated moisture conditions. In addition, installing CosLoc 5G click flooring is a simple DIY procedure, which significantly reduces installation costs. This type of flooring is recommended for a wide range of public and residential interiors, and can be used below, on, or above grade.
Adhesives used in all Coswick engineered floors are 100% formaldehyde free, while Coswick lacquer finishes contain no harmful VOC emissions, making it an environmentally friendly flooring solution.
Signature Oak flooring comes with a 25 year residential finish warranty, as well as lifetime structural warranty, which ensures that hardwood flooring will retain its structural integrity for a lifetime.