New autumn colour

MH Parquets introduces Oak Ahumado Natural to Oak family, one of its most pioneer collections.

A new character has been added to Oak’s collection several personalities. This time it’s Oak Ahumado Natural (Natural Smokey Oak). As well as the rest of Oak collection, this colour is full of strength and life.

Oak Ahumado Natural can be paved in Forest, Forest 100, Magnum, in 3 strips, XL 14 and in a special format of 20/6 mm styles. In any case it preserves oak’s wood original properties like versatility, consistency, resistance to the passage of time and adaptability to temperature changes. This material has always been very popular around the world due to it’s a great wood for the construction of any kind of products.

Also, and as all source materials we work with in MH Parquets, its wood comes from sustainably managed forests and under the strictest standards and quality criteria.

Oak Ahumado Natural is one of our latest inclusions but not the only one for this season. Soon enough a new collection will be introduced. A sequel to Energía Natural (Natural Energy), or rather said an evolution of it. This time it will also carry the signature of the designer Joan Lao. In it we will reflect the wear and tear produced by the various natural agents (sun, moisture, other plants, etc.) in the wood of the forest, always from the utmost respect for the material of origin. Anytime soon we will be able to bring you more news.


The wood used in all collections of MH Parquets
comes from forests managed under the rules and criteria
sustainability, using non-harmful varnishes, which means
that is exempt from indoor emissions and complying with ISO 9001:2015.


 

 

Mariano Hervás S.A.

Ctra. Alcolea del Pinar, s/n
19250 Sigüenza (Guadalajara)
Spain
t: +34 949 390 750
e: mhparquets@mhparquets.com

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This company has carried out actions under the Adelante Marketing Program for growth
in national markets and for improving the competitive position of the SME (MPC),
co-financed by Feder and the government of Castilla-La Mancha