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Reclaimed Tropical Hardwoods Added to Nova’s Hardwood Line

Nova USA Wood Products has added reclaimed tropical hardwood products to its premium line of Real Wood Solutions.

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Nova USA Wood Products has added reclaimed tropical hardwood products to its premium line of Real Wood Solutions.

The descendants of European marine projects, all of Nova USA’s reclaimed tropical hardwoods are 100% FSC certified and available for the building of outdoor projects ranging from large construction applications to beams, posts and frames due to their superior strength and durability.

“Reclaimed tropical hardwoods have become increasingly popular among government agencies and environmentally-conscious builders, architects and homeowners looking to preserve forests, trees and existing wood supplies,” said Laurens van Kleef, Nova USA’s timbers & marine lumber program manager. “This includes giving a second chance to pre-used woods that normally would have been forgotten and left to deteriorate even though they offer the ideal building alternatives for both large and small exterior projects.”

“For instance, our reclaimed Angelique tropical hardwoods offer the same durability as new, freshly cut supplies, while boasting a gray patina that blends beautifully with many architectural designs. As a tropical wood expert, Nova USA is happy to support every purchase with in-depth installation, care and maintenance information,” added van Kleef.

For information on Nova USA Woods’ new line of reclaimed tropical hardwood products, visit www.novausawood.com or call 503-419-6407.

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