Mesa, Ariz. (April 14, 2008) – Gilbert’s own ENMAR Hardwood Flooring has won top honors once again in this year’s National Wood Flooring Association (NWFA)* Wood of the Year contest.
Out of 232 entries, ENMAR Hardwood Flooring won for Best Reclaimed Flooring Award, which acknowledges superior installations in residential and commercial settings. NWFA members voted online to determine the winners, and the awards were presented at the organization’s annual convention in March.
Reclaimed wood is that which is gathered from old, vacant structures and reused in homebuilding, in many cases for flooring. Recycling the wood in this way saves new trees from being cut down.
“Being eco-friendly is very important to ENMAR”. The company’s reclaimed wood flooring is harvested from centuries-old buildings and milled into a finished product that is both durable and beautiful. Enmar is reusing a part of history.
ENMAR Hardwood Flooring was established in 1975 by Ennis Thompson. ENMAR Hardwood Flooring offers high-end reclaimed wood flooring options, as well as prefinished and unfinished wood flooring - all of which are installed with the utmost attention to detail and craftsmanship. At the company’s custom showroom, clients can browse one of the largest selections of wood flooring and accessories in the state, as well as admire numerous displays ranging from decorative borders to inlays. More information on ENMAR Hardwood Flooring can be found at www.enmarflooring.com.
*About NWFA: the National Wood Flooring Association is a nonprofit trade organization, consisting of more than 4,100 wood flooring professionals working worldwide to educate consumers, architects, designers and builders in the uses and benefits of wood flooring. More information on the NWFA can be found at www.woodfloors.org.