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HARDENED WOOD FLOORS. BUILT FOR A WORRY-FREE LIFE


The Next Generation in Hardwood Flooring


A more sustainable alternative. Välinge Flooring offers hardened wood floors with beautiful looks, durability and water proof characteristics, built for a worry-free life. It comes in 11 unique designs, and are also available in luxurious XXL formats. Every plank is designed by nature, and produced in our state-of-the art facilities in Sweden. Our raw material are collected from responsibly managed forests where the wood is processed locally. This sustainable way of harvesting and producing means the forest will still be there to enjoy for generations to come.


All Välinge Flooring products feature the Woodura® 5G®


technology, both invented and patented by Välinge Innovation. This makes our floors stronger, water resistant and really easy to install. You get a more complete alternative to traditional parquet and hardwood floors. All this at affordable prices.


Dry™ Read more: www.valingeflooring.com surface technology, as well as the


Woodura®


and 5G® The Woodura®


and 5G®


are patented technologies invented by Välinge Innovation AB. word marks and logos are registered trademarks owned by Välinge Innovation AB and any use of such marks are under license.


Dry™ Dry™


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