Made in Italy protection
is the core of our philosophy

Made in Italy is a brand, that in the past has given fortune and success to Italian products sold abroad, making them famous and recognizable for quality construction, attention to detail, imaginative design and shapes.

We have always believed in investing in the land that allowed us to grow, in order to give back what it gave us. This is one of the reasons why we think that it is important to enhance our resources here, in Italy.

The intention is to make a strong contribution to the economy in which we operate, investing and acknowledging local labor.

Today distinguishing a product made 100% in Italy from a product, which however was made ​​in Italy but has undergone abroad only in its later stages of processing is becoming increasingly difficult. Yet, both products can be defined Made in Italy according to applicable law.

For years, we have been fighting for 100% Made in Italy product recognition. For this reason, we chose to join the Institute for the Protection of Italian companies. Throughout a series of very accurate controls, the Institute certifies 100% Made in Italy, attesting that the entire production cycle is completed in Italy.

> Planning
> Drying
> Gluing
> Profiling
> Water-based paint
> Oiling natural
> Quality Control
> Packaging
Environmental sustainability and green building as a development opportunity

Throughout all stages of production, in fact, we exclusively use only row materials free from harmful emissions to human health. In particular, the floors of Parchettificio Garbelotto and Master Floor can boast special finishing surface systems to water-based paints and natural oils, thanks to which we can provide products that meet green building.

The plywood birch used to support is certified in E1 class for formaldehyde emission. Moreover, tests performed on a sample of our products have determined that the emission of formaldehyde is 0.1 mgHCHO / (m2Xh) of less than 97% of the maximum limit of 3.5 mgHCHO / (m2Xh).

Finally, our companies are very much involved in the field of eco-sustainability, in particular through the recovery and recycling of production waste from virgin sawdust alone, or with the use of self-produced electricity from a photovoltaic system last generation.