Specifying wood floor finishes

For architects involved in the specification of new wood floors or refurbishment projects, Bona offers a 40 minute seminar entitled “Specification of Finishes and Maintenance Products for Wooden Floors”.

Covering three main areas, Preventative Maintenance looks at design issues covering the layout of buildings, selection of flooring, matting and the long term view of the floor’s performance. A section on Specification examines a floor’s total life costs, and explains how to get the right specification to satisfy clients’ requirements with regard to colour, sheen, durability, anti-slip properties based on the environment and anticipated footfall. Finally Maintenance and Refurbishment recommends how to plan maintenance and refurbishment programmes to keep the floors clean and looking good with minimal downtime or disruption.

Bona’s technical team is the perfect resource for all specifiers looking to install or renovate a wood floor as part of a design scheme. The company also runs a 4 day certified training course for specialist wood flooring contractors – as well as the RIBA certified CPD seminar – and Bona’s Technical Manager, Alec Stacey, is an acknowledged expert in his field. He in turn is supported by a 30 strong R & D team based in Malmo, Sweden, where Bona’s formulations are developed, tested and manufactured. The company has technical representatives based across the UK who can advise architects and installers on choice and application of product and troubleshoot on site when required. In addition to a comprehensive range of lacquers and oils to finish the surface, Bona supplies clean, silane based adhesives and a range of abrasives and sanding machines including a ‘dust free’ system.

Technical and safety data sheets for all Bona products are available for download at bona.com. Alternatively specify Bona finishes and adhesives directly at ribaproductselector.com

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