Edition EDI Rugs

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    Product Description:

    Material 100% Polyester
    Backing No Backing
    Construction Machine Made
    Country Turkey
    Color Blue
    Standard Size 2'X3'
    Pile Height 0.25
    Size 1'10" X 2'10"
    Actual Measurement (Inch) 22x34
    Area 5.18
    Weight (Lb) 2.23
    Package Weight (Lb) 2.33
    Package Length 22
    Package Width 4
    Package Height 4
    Vol. 0.11
    Shipping Grip 38
    Ship Method Small Parcel
    Freight Class 92.5
    Indoor/Outdoor Indoor
    Style Contemporary
    Pattern Geometric
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    EDI-1 Blue
    EDI-1 Blue
    EDI-1 Blue
    EDI-1 Blue
    EDI-1 Blue
    EDI-1 Blue
    EDI-1 Blue
    EDI-1 Blue
    EDI-1 Blue
    EDI-1 Charcoal
    EDI-1 Charcoal
    EDI-1 Charcoal
    EDI-1 Charcoal
    EDI-1 Charcoal
    EDI-1 Charcoal
    EDI-1 Charcoal
    EDI-1 Charcoal
    EDI-1 Charcoal
    EDI-2 Charcoal
    EDI-2 Charcoal
    EDI-2 Charcoal
    EDI-2 Charcoal
    EDI-2 Charcoal
    EDI-2 Charcoal
    EDI-2 Charcoal
    EDI-2 Charcoal
    EDI-2 Charcoal
    EDI-3 Blue
    EDI-3 Blue
    EDI-3 Blue
    EDI-3 Blue
    EDI-3 Blue
    EDI-3 Blue
    EDI-3 Blue
    EDI-3 Blue
    EDI-3 Charcoal
    EDI-3 Charcoal
    EDI-3 Charcoal
    EDI-3 Charcoal
    EDI-3 Charcoal
    EDI-3 Charcoal
    EDI-3 Charcoal
    EDI-3 Charcoal
    EDI-3 Charcoal
    EDI-3 Charcoal
    EDI-4 Blue
    EDI-4 Blue
    EDI-4 Blue
    EDI-4 Blue
    EDI-4 Blue
    EDI-4 Blue
    EDI-4 Blue
    EDI-4 Charcoal
    EDI-4 Charcoal
    EDI-4 Charcoal
    EDI-4 Charcoal
    EDI-4 Charcoal
    EDI-4 Charcoal
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    EDI-4 Charcoal

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    Technical Questions & Answers

    What Makes From The Forest Products So Innovative?

    The biggest problems with wood flooring is that it can be destroyed too easily and it takes A LOT of wood to make a floor.  From The Forest has addressed these issues with our HDF Core products. By using 100% recycled hardwood to make our 2x more dent resistant HDF cores, and when coupled with our superior Wearmax XT finish the necessary size of the wood veneer is minimal. These innovations ensure that our customers will pay less for a more durable, environmentally friendly floor all at a lesser cost.

    What is HDF?

    Not to be confused with MDF or Medium Density Fiber which is usually found in laminates, HDF stands for High-Density Fiber which we use as the core material for many of our products. The HDF we use is recycled from excess hardwood veneers used on our flooring, we then mix it with a water-resistant resin and press it. This engineered wood product can be almost 2x harder than other wood flooring products and also can be up to 5x more resistant to moisture when compared to a laminate or other wood products in the industry.

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    Is all HDF the same?

    No, HDF can vary in quality and performance depending on what it’s made out of and how it’s engineered. From The Forest, LLC has always used the highest quality HDF which comes from hardwood trees such as Hickory and Oak, instead of softwood trees such as Pine and Poplar which makes a big difference as to how the product will perform over time.

    What is Wearmax XT?

     Wearmax XT is our ceramic based aluminum oxide finish that we use on almost all of our products. Our chemists have developed a way to make our aluminum oxide particles smaller so that we can add more per square inch of the boards which makes it more resistant to scratching. This is perfect for homeowners with an active family life.

    What is the difference between laminate, engineered and solid wood flooring?
    • Laminate: pressed particle or medium density fiber (MDF) board with a photograph of wood applied to the surface. Laminate flooring contains NO actual wood. It can be installed almost anywhere, using a click together or glue installation.
    • Solid: Generally a 3/4” thick solid block of wood. It can be installed on or above grade by a staple or nail down application.
    • Engineered: Engineered floors are better suited for areas where environmental temperature and relative humidity cannot be held to a consistent level. It can be installed above, on, or below grade using glue, nail, and staple or floating applications
    Why do some of your products have a thinner veneer