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Posted on August 17, 2023
In the dappled light of the earth’s last sanctuaries, the unfaltering pace of destruction advances. As the sun crosses the horizon, each passing second witnesses the disintegration of an expanse as vast as a football field in the Amazonian heart. Old giants, like teak and mahogany, the venerable sentinels of our world, are constantly felled, victims to the insatiable thirst for prized timber. One might ponder, could such trees have found their way beneath your feet? Surely, in your quest for beauty, you’ve ensured a harmony with nature?
Genuine concern for our home leads us beyond mere marketing promises. It urges us to question the veracity of what is branded ‘sustainable’. Our collective consciousness about these issues, however, seems to be getting clouded. Rainforest Relief, an organization devoted to the guardianship of these fragile realms, notes an alarming trend: tropical ‘exotic’ wood flooring is on the rise, notably in the US. And historically, where our American kin tread, the UK often follows in stride. Our desire to elevate our dwellings with the intricate allure of exotic wood has become increasingly evident.
What drives this shift? Have we grown weary of the familiar embrace of pine? Or has the persistent cascade of disheartening figures numbed our once impassioned dedication to Mother Earth?
Interior design, akin to any art, is mercurial. Trends wax and wane. But today, our choices resonate beyond our abodes; they ripple into the distant habitats, potentially spelling doom for flora and fauna afar.
Our innovative age, however, offers hope. Engineered wood, laminates, and responsibly sourced timber can replicate the majesty of a hardwood floor, all while sparing you the guilt of harming a habitat. Imagine a world where aesthetics and ethics unite, where one’s opulent flooring doesn’t spell doom for an Orang-utan in the depths of Borneo.
The winds of change carry whispers of new options, like bamboo flooring, merging beauty and sustainability. Yet, the ultimate act of sustainability may not lie in replacement but rejuvenation. Reimagining what we possess – polishing, sanding, and reviving existing wood floors, and augmenting them with nature-inspired waxes and stains – can create an illusion of luxury at a mere fraction of the ecological cost.
In this dance of design and conservation, one doesn’t need to forsake the other. Ancient trees, time’s testament, deserve our reverence. And as you dream of wooden floor renovations, seek the counsel of those who understand. Find that golden path where neither your purse nor our precious planet pays an exorbitant price.
We provide virtually dust-free sanding with our continuous belt machinery with mobile extraction units, giving you a safer environment for your family.
This organic finish not only adds beauty to your home but also has exceptional water-repellent characteristics, making it easier to clean and maintain.
This natural floor finish offers the softest and most mellow appearance – and leaves your floor able to breath.
Using soft buffing machines (and hand-polishing where required) will bring a wonderful sheen to your newly-finished floor.
We offer a full assessment of your wooden floors to determine what repairs are needed to provide the perfect working surface for the later stages of sanding, staining and sealing.
We offer a comprehensive restoration process designed to address floors that are improperly fitted or damaged over time through wear and tear.
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