Unlike many businesses, Mountain Hardwoods has the pleasure of moving from one historic place to another. Anmer hall, which is soon to be faced with royalty once more, to historic, rustic RAF West Raynham. The old air force station was built between 1938 and 1939, where the queen’s men prepare for world war two.
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When choosing your wooden kitchen worktop, Mountain Hardwoods finds that seeing is more efficient than dreaming. Therefore ten different worktop samples, in different styles can be produced to help you make the decision between the many timbers provided.
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It is incredibly vital for Mountain Hardwoods to be aware of the source that our timber comes from as, trees are a key source that help sustains the well-being of this planet. Since Mountain hardwoods does not personally cut down timber, we have researched into depth to confirm and find the best qualified suppliers to ensure that they are renewable and will always maintain renewable sources.
Making the timber renewable means, every tree will be replanted to ensure that the source of timber may remain, ensuring that the forests can produce in large number, so that are able to maintain and sustain the ecosystem. The species of timber must meet the ten principles of the organisation to be considered and protected.
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