Get Reclaimed Teak Furniture on the Premium Quality Here!

Solo, Indonesia (PressExposure) June 24, 2009 -- Teak is a precious tropical wood from time to time since the era of merchants used it as their shipbuilding material. This is as a result of the sturdiness of teak which considered as the finest at that time. Since then teak is popular for its durability and sustainability for the woodworking in many aspects.

And now, teak is best crafted as furniture, building material, bridge construction an so on. Teak is sought in worldwide scope and it makes the increasing of deforestation. That is why people now tend to use reclaimed wood as the answer of environmental responsibility to decrease the wood pressure.

The Reclaimed Teak Furniture responds the situation recently by providing the range of reclaimed teak wood furniture to fill the need of people on buying the old teak. There are many resources for recycled teak that can be found in the teak origin, which is Indonesia. The old teak for furniture is found from demolition site of old colonial buildings, railroads, docks, boats or shipbuilding and among the other thing.

It also came from Indonesian houses, or ancient timbers that have been neglected or left behind for couple to hundred years. The lumber is carefully recovered, and cleaned to remove the dirt or paint that left from the eye and ended to dry naturally.

The Reclaimed Teak Furniture site is an online store of PT. Aqsa International, a well-established indoor wood furniture manufacturer and exporter company in Indonesia.

Both company and site have aim to help a living space creation that is stimulating, functional and tranquil by offering wood furniture product and service in the excellent way to compliment the interior design decoration.

About Aqsa Living International

Address : PT. Aqsa International
Jl. Laweyan 144 B, Sondakan
Solo, 57147
Central Java, Indonesia
Phone : (+62-271) 714040 / 731371
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Press Release Submitted On: June 24, 2009 at 2:31 am
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