Tafisa to launch two new textures in a North American first

Tafisa to launch two new textures in a North American first

LAC-MÉGANTIC, March 23, 2018 – Tafisa—the company that’s been blazing a trail in the world of decorative panels —will now be the first manufacturer in North America to produce synchronized textured EIR decorative panels that replicate the look and feel of hickory and teak.

Named Brava and Feria, the teak and hickory textures were developed using Tafisa’s proprietary EIR technology, a synchronized embossing technology that produces double-sided decorative panels with the look and feel of real wood. The 4’ x 8’ and 5’ x 9’ panels will come in six exclusive colors, adding to the variety of options in Tafisa’s high-end Sommet Series.

“Once we’d developed a panel with a synchronized texture, it became clear that our clients wanted more quality options for textured TFL. That’s why we’ve made the move to expand our Sommet Series of beautiful, sustainable, affordable panels,” said Eric Dedekam, VP Sales, and Marketing at Tafisa.

Tafisa’s ongoing investments in R&D have been earning the manufacturer a reputation for innovation. Developed with the company’s R&D team, the two new textures are stunning testaments to the power of Tafisa’s EIR technology and the industry appetite for high-end decorative panels.

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