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CFS Corporation Announces Chateau Collection: Super-wide Plank Engineered Flooring

CFS Corporation of Suwanee, GA announces their new products for 2014: Chateau Collection is super-wide (11-1/4”) engineered hardwood flooring. CFS intends to gain market share in this niche segment.

Suwanee, GA (PRWEB) December 29, 2013

The new-for-2014 Chateau Collection represents CFS Corporation’s entrance into the super-wide plank engineered flooring market. Keen to provide a well-rounded selection of hardwood and laminate flooring CFS strives to anticipate flooring fashion trends and market segmentations. For 2014 the flagship effort is embodied in the Chateau Collection.

The Chateau Collection’s ample proportions of ¾” thick x 11-1/4” wide x 86-5/8” long meet a narrow but important high-end market niche. According to CFS Marketing Manager, Bill Bryan: “The Chateau product introduction was well received by our retailers and we expect to capture market share in this segment.”

Reminiscent of reclaimed castle flooring CFS’s Chateau Collection looks like vintage timber at a substantially lower price. Wide plank flooring has always been more rare and higher priced than narrower plank flooring.

CFS super-wide and long plank engineered floors have the look of vintage flooring with the versatility of engineered construction. CFS’s engineered flooring uses a tough wear layer of hardwood permanently attached to a more stable and stronger cross grain wooden substrate.

CFS Corporation is a national wholesale distributor of hard surface flooring with offices in Suwanee, GA, Oakland, CA, and Shanghai, China. CFS’s premier high-quality products include laminate, engineered, solid hardwood, bamboo and cork flooring. CFS distributes throughout the U.S. and in select Canada markets through over 2,000 agents and retailers. To connect with CFS visit
(2013, Atlanta, Georgia, USA by Bill Bryan)

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