that are produced from sustainable forests. To be sustainable, a natural resource’s yield must be produced continually from generation to generation, without depleting the resource. A more insightful definition was crafted by the United Nations back in 1987:
To be sustainable means to "meet present needs without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their needs."
For Floorcraft customers this means that certain species such as Merbau and Mahogany are no longer available except as reclaimed timbers. Rhodesian Teak has resently been added to this list.This is one of the reasons that we at Floorcraftne are fitting more reclaimed parquet flooring we supply many different species of timber floors and also floor sanding in natural resourses by not replacing your old wood floors.