Schluter Systems‘ latest development allows slimline edge protection to blend even more effortlessly with installations of the moment.
Popular demand has led to the slimline wall edge profile, Schlüter®-FINEC, now being available in a plethora of sylish finishes to complement the latest tiling trends.
This becomes the latest solution to undergo the Schlüter®-TRENDLINE treatment; with all of the TRENDLINE textured finishes, plus matte black (MBW) and matte white (MGW), now able to be applied to the profile.
As well as the new finishing options, customers also have a trio of new heights of the slimline profile to choose from, these being 9, 11 and 12.5mm.
These new options open up the FINEC range for use with an incredible range of tile thicknesses, allowing for fine and elegant corner detailing in even more installations.
Released in 2016, TRENDLINE is a range of textured finishes for wall profiles.
Its finishes features options including ivory, beiges and greys that are the ideal match to greige coverings or concrete.
FINEC is fairly news to the Schlüter range, but has already made a substantial impact since being released in Autumn last year.
Its subtle appearance within an installation meet demands concerning both tile protection and design aesthetics, making it popular amongst specifiers and tilers alike.
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