85 Bloor St. – Toronto

Challenge

The builder was constructing a 110+ unit condominium in downtown Toronto and wanted to use an economical floating hardwood floor as the standard choice for the project. They also wanted to provide buyers with the option of upgrading to a thicker, wide plank floating wood floor. while providing the option to upgrade to a wide plank hardwood. Being a condominium, the sub-floor was concrete so the project required a floor that could be installed over the concrete. Diamante also wanted to use natural wood colours, not stained products, because these provide a more natural and unique look.

Solution

The builder chose to go with a Belgian made laminate floor from Verona Floors. This laminate range offers great durability and wear resistance. The product comes with a textured surface to give the appearance and feel of real wood flooring.