Loughton Contracts was commissioned to install around 2,000 square metres of Classic Mystique PUR sheet vinyl flooring on the first floor of the school building.
Specified in Polyflor’s cool blue Mountain Lake shade, the flooring was chosen to add vibrancy to the classrooms, whilst offering a low maintenance solution.
Polyflor’s Classic Mystique PUR floorcovering is a popular choice for refurbishment and new build projects in the education sector: the homogenous material provides abrasion resistance and durability, making it suitable for installation in high traffic environments, such as schools.
Its PUR enhancement provides cleaning benefits, ensuring easy maintenance.
The range comprises 16 different designs, which each feature a duotone chip decoration, with marbleised tonal highlight chips.
Completely recyclable via the Recofloor vinyl take back scheme, Classic Mystique PUR flooring boasts several environmental credentials, including BRE Global A+ rating for education environments.
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