Australia's Nash Timbers launches flooring line made from remilled power poles, markets product as 'green' alternative to traditional wood flooring

VAUCLUSE, Australia , April 5, 2011 (press release) – True to form, recycled timber industry pioneer David Nash has recently introduced an innovative, environmentally friendly alternative to traditional wood flooring. This new flooring product is made exclusively from recycled power poles, which have been re-milled to create an attractive recycled timber flooring material. Nash's extensive experience using many different types of recycled timber to create beautiful new textures in flooring has paved the way for his latest endeavour, which he believes will become popular not only among the environmentally minded, but also among those who love the rustic look the product offers.

Nash's latest recycled flooring product fits right in with the company's ecologically responsible Green Tree line, which is harvested exclusively from Certified Australian Hardwood Plantations. According to Nash, these managed plantations use fully sustainable agricultural methods that save energy, reduce dependence on fossil fuels, and ensure a continually replenished supply of trees to meet consumers' hardwood timber flooring needs.

Nash's other brand new product is known as roasted flooring: a wood flooring material that's roasted in a kiln to create a darker, richer colour, whilst changing the molecular structure of the hardwood and thereby making the product denser and more durable. Blackbutt timber is one type of hardwood that lends itself well to this process, which makes it much more stable for use as outdoor timber decking.

David Nash and company have been in the business of providing a thoroughly personalised shopping experience for their customers for more than 10 years. One factor the people at Nash Timbers are very proud of is their holistic approach, to helping clients find the best timber-flooring product for their needs. Their flooring experts are happy to consult with not just the client, but the architect, builder, and interior designer as well, ensuring that all parts of the project are thoroughly integrated for the best possible results.

For the past three years, Nash Timbers have been actively occupied installing timber floors all over the Sydney area. In 2010, they expanded their service by opening a new office to display their timber products for client inspection. The company provides a wide array of flooring products, including Blackbutt timber, Grey Ironbark, American Oak, and many others. Other specialty products the company offers are parquetry flooring, engineered timber flooring, acoustics flooring, floating timber flooring and spotted gum decking. In addition to their line of wood flooring and timber decking products, Nash Timbers also offers other interior decorating materials, including timber beams, weatherboard and staircase material.

David Nash sums up the simple philosophy by which he runs his business, as follows: "At Nash timbers, we regard your floor as our floor. We would not install a floor for a customer that we could not live with. Flooring is an integral part to every home or building. It is the foundation that people see. It is also the largest single piece of interior design."

In addition to its newest products Nash Timbers also plans to launch a newly re-designed, fully SEO-optimised website that will make the company's services easier for Sydney residents and businesses to locate. They look forward to meeting the needs of many new clients in the months and years to come.

Nash Timbers also offers monthly in-house presentations to educate their clients to the facts, features and idiosyncrasies of timber flooring, helping them make informed decisions about the specific material they select for their flooring project.

For further information about the company and its extensive line of flooring products, visit the Nash Timbers website: http://www.nashtimbers.com.au.

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