NWFA Launches “Real Wood. Real Life.” Campaign
St. Louis – The National Wood Flooring Association (NWFA) is launching a new effort to help homeowners learn more about the characteristics and benefits of real wood floors. The “Real Wood. Real Life.” campaign provides information on choosing the right wood floor, selecting a professional for the job, and conducting maintenance properly.
To help homeowners identify the real thing, the NWFA recently developed a formal definition of wood flooring. The definition states that wood flooring is any flooring product that contains real wood as the top-most, wearable surface of the floor. That includes solid and engineered wood flooring, as well as composite engineered wood flooring.
The NWFA is reaching consumers with this information via the new Homeowner’s Handbook to Real Wood Floors and WoodFloors.Org. Whether a homeowner is trying to decide between solid or engineered wood or looking for ways to protect floors from their pets, the handbook and website are a one-stop shop for wood flooring tips. NWFA members are encouraged to utilize the website, handbook, and an exclusive toolkit to share information with their customers and colleagues.
To view elements of the “Real Wood. Real Life.” campaign and to download the Homeowner’s Handbook to Real Wood Floors, please visit the NWFA’s newly enhanced website: www.WoodFloors.org.