Premier Flooring Solutions is proud to introduce our newest and exclusive product line, Chene de l’Est. Chene de l’Est, a French flooring company, was established in 1960 in eastern France by Joseph Bach, an artisan carpenter of his time. The company grew from a tiny workshop and evolved into a family business. Today, Bach’s four children run Chene de l’Est, which now specializes in the production of beautiful solid hardwood flooring with master finishes.
Premier Flooring Solutions has been looking into adding a French Oak to the product line for quite some time, and were fortunate to have an investment bank in New York put us in touch with Chene de l’Est, who was, as fate would have it, looking into expanding its product into the United States market. After several meetings with the Chene de l’Est owners and an April trip to tour the main factory in France, Premier Flooring Solutions has now secured exclusive distribution rights for Chene de l’Est products in California, Washington, Oregon, Arizona and Nevada.
Premier Flooring Solutions is very excited to be carrying this exclusive brand of high-quality, finely crafted French hardwood flooring. Keep following our blog for more updates in the very near future about this exciting addition to Premier Flooring Solutions’ product line.
For more information about Premier Flooring Solutions or to learn more about our current product lines, please feel free to call us at (858) 292-6901 or via our online form.
Premier Flooring Solutions goes through great lengths to ensure that we provide our customers with the adequate knowledge about different flooring types, so that they may make informed and educated decisions for their investment. After the buying process has been completed, it is now up to our customers to take good care of their flooring to ensure that their investment will last them for years to come. Proper hardwood care is essential and vital in maintaining the longevity, quality and beauty of hardwood floor. Below are a few important pointers in proper hardwood flooring care.
Be Aware of Liquids: Wood is a living substance that reacts accordingly to its environment; a presence of moisture will cause wood to expand, while drier climates will cause wood to contract. Be especially careful of spilling liquids on your floors! Hardwood flooring will absorb liquid, which can cause your floors to rot or buckle over time. Some hardwood floors have water-resistant finishes, but liquids can still seep through the cracks. Remember to soak up any spilled liquids immediately.