ABOUT Ter Hürne
Ter Hürne is a German family-owned company that develops modern laminate flooring solutions. Though the business has yet to become a household name in the U.K., they are well-known in other parts of Europe for utilizing sustainable and eco-friendly methods. Their eco-Institute certification proves that what they produce are low in harmful substances and emissions, making them more durable and healthier for the family.
Every Ter Hürne ® laminate plank is made in Germany, fashioned from natural ingredients and created using a mix of traditional craftsmanship and sophisticated technology. For us to understand why such processes result in healthier and eco-friendly flooring options, we should delve into how ter Hürne products are created.
History of Ter Hürne ® Laminate Flooring
Ter Hürne has spent over 50 years manufacturing real wood flooring from the Munster region of Germany. Now they use their expertise in designing and making hardwearing laminate floors. By sourcing materials locally, they can guarantee that only natural components are used to create their products. Ter Hürne carefully selects where they source these materials. They scrutinize growth regions and the trees that grow within them to ensure that the products are the best of quality. In doing so, they can give a 20-year guarantee on floors for domestic use.
All Ter Hürne products are FSC® and PEFC™ certified, which ascertains the company’s commitment to protecting the very resources used to produce them. Both non-profit organizations are recognized worldwide for promoting responsible management of the world’s largest forests.
Dimensions and Designs
Aside from colour and style, the proportions of the planks can affect the overall ambience of the room. While long planks suggest a feeling of spaciousness, wide planks convey solidity. Narrow planks, on the other hand, give off a sense of elegance and balance.
Ter Hürne offers nine different options so you can set the right kind of atmosphere for any room you want:
- Long Plank
- Wide Plank
- Extra-Wide Plank