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Impressive Growth In Home Grown Timber Market

Impressive Growth In Home Grown Timber Market

Posted in Wood Flooring by Source on May 7th 2013
Confor, the organisation which promotes sustainable forestry and low carbon businesses in the UK, has reported rapid growth in the home grown timber market. It is reported that in the last five years, the UK timber sector has grown 20-40% in various areas. In light of the current economic situation this means that a market pull has to be created for the products derived from the UK’s woodlands and forests. This includes wood flooring as well as furniture and other wood based products used in industry and retail.

Become Part Of Wood Culture, Install Wood Flooring

When searching for wood flooring providers, it is recommended you choose one that is more environmentally friendly. Some companies that produce synthetic floors leave a significantly larger carbon print. Wooden floors not only look and feel warm, they are themselves a very sustainable material that can last for decades; making them a much more eco friendly flooring option. They are also known for their durability and versatility in design.

Wood Floors Contribute To A More Sustainable Future For Forests

Having your home furnishings be a part of the Wood Culture is not only eco friendly; it also assures the sustainability of the woodlands and forests in the UK for future generations. Sourcewood Floors is a wood floor supplier that fully supports The Forest Stewardship Council. Many of the wood flooring products available to purchase from us are FSC accredited and officially support sustainable sourcing of wood. For more information call 08456 021781 or email enquiries@sourcewoodfloors.co.uk


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