Contrasting Champagne Oak and Jet Black Ash wood effect designs from the Affinity255 luxury vinyl tile collection have been used for a refurbished common room area at Nottingham Girls’ High School.
The Affinity255 vinyl tiles were installed by local flooring contractors Slack & Co Floorcoverings. The Jet Black Ash finish was used to create a large square in the centre of the floor to contrast against the common room’s white furniture.
Available in 16 contemporary and traditional wood effect designs in a single wide plank format, the Affinity255 collection has been developed for busy areas, such as education environments, where a high level of foot traffic is expected.
The luxury vinyl tiles have a 2mm gauge, meaning they can be easily installed alongside other 2mm gauge flooring products. The collection also includes a cross linked and UV cured polyurethane reinforcement (PUR) that protects the floor and allows for easy maintenance.
The range achieves an A+ BRE rating in major use areas and Indoor Air Comfort Gold, assuring that VOC emissions are below any globally determined levels.
The tiles are also 100% recyclable through the Recofloor vinyl take back scheme and contain an average of 40% recycled content.
Radcliffe New Road,
A new student accommodation development at the University of Hull is being constructed using the Nvelope NV1 rainscreen support system.Posted in Articles, Building Industry News, Building Products & Structures, Building Systems, Case Studies, Cladding, Facades, Posts, Retrofit & Renovation, Walls
SWISSPACER, the leading warm edge manufacturer, enjoyed a successful at the action packed glasstec show last month in Düsseldorf, Germany.Posted in Articles, Building Industry Events, Building Industry News, Building Products & Structures, Exhibitions and Conferences, Glass, Posts, Windows
CMS Window Systems has received worldwide recognition for its environmental achievements, courtesy of winning a Green World Award.Posted in Aluminium Products, Articles, Awards, Building Industry Events, Building Industry News, Building Products & Structures, Building Regulations & Accreditations, Building Systems, Curtain Walling, Doors, Posts, Sustainability & Energy Efficiency, Walls, Windows
Aggregate Industries’ concrete division has made it simpler for housebuilders to specify compliant structural topping products.Posted in Articles, Bricks & Blocks, Building Industry News, Building Products & Structures, Building Regulations & Accreditations, Concrete, Cement, Admixtures, Floors, Posts, Retrofit & Renovation