Cape Grace Monte Carlo Engineered Hardwood by Anderson is a tapestry of rich color variation. This exotic Copaiba Hardwood species is a swirling beauty of visual movement. Therefore, it gives it a finish that offers a more pronounced distressed look. The undertone that highlights the wood’s natural grain pattern, makes a bold visual statement. Each plank is distressed and stained to produce a certain effect. The effect is both subtle and dramatic at the same time. The color variation looks like a watercolor painting on your floors.
What is engineered hardwood? Engineered hardwood has multiple layers of plywood or MDF and positions it in different directions. However, the construction of engineered hardwood is different among manufacturers. As a result, each layer is what gives it durable, high-performance quality. Consequently, the layered construction prevents the hardwood from warping and bowing in humid areas. Therefore, the advantage over solid wood is that the construction allows for installation in most homes. The veneer is the top layer. Constructed with different species of wood, the veneer or top layer is what gives it that one-of-a-kind look of natural wood.
Monte Carlo is Green Guard certified. In other words, it is a third-party certification that tests and measures the risk of indoor air quality. A primary concern of indoor air quality is the emission level of specific volatile organic compounds or VOCs. Poor indoor air quality is caused by inadequate ventilation, poor cleaning, and excessive emissions of VOCs from surfaces and finishes. Products bearing the Green Guard Certification meet the stringent indoor air quality emissions criteria.
So, what does that mean to you? It means that your family can breathe easier. Studies show that many of us spend as much as 90% of our time indoors. at home, work, or school. If you’re breathing poor quality air, you would be facing a higher risk level for a variety of health problems. This is why you should keep Green Guard Certification in mind when shopping for floors. To learn more about the green Guard Certification program click on this link: Green Guard Certification.
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