Real wood is a beautiful, natural material and people use it to create amazing outdoor entertainment and relaxation areas such as outdoor decking. It is also used alongside the pool or on terraces with pergolas.
We often get this request – Can we do away with the profile at the junction (where the wood floor meets the other flooring)? The request is understandable as the Designer or the End user have their focus on how to make the flooring and the details look best! So how do we reconcile the need for aesthetic with practical considerations?
WPC or wood plastic composite decking had been proclaimed as the answer to problems with wood decking. It rose in popularity during the last few years as a solution to the challenges natural timber offered in terms of maintenance in outdoor exposed applications.
Wood flooring is considered warm and natural by actual survey. Most people feel comfortable when in contact with wood. In fact, it would impossible to imagine a home without wood in it. While the technology today permits the creation of a host of wood look-alike products, however, they remain look-alikes. Real wood, well, is real wood!
Wood floors are an increasing trend in quality residential construction. More and more designers and end users are selecting engineered wood floors as the flooring surface of choice in premium construction. The reasons are not difficult to understand.
Wood being a natural element is fast becoming a material of choice in residential building facade cladding world over and particularly in India. This is a rising trend and is particularly seen in the context of cities where villas are the primary abode for the rich and influential.