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UZIN offers free flooring specification guidance with new app

  • 15 May 2018

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UZIN has announced the launch of its flooring specification guidance app, featuring the UZIN recommended adhesive guide.

The UZIN Floor Navigator App is free to download from the website, offering professionals advice and guidance and a guide full of adhesive recommendations for a variety of floor coverings from leading manufacturers.

Users of the app can simply select the type of subfloor and type of floor covering and the app will offer recommendations for products, which you can save for use.

Visit the UZIN website to download the free app.

UZIN
Unit 2, Mitchell Court,
Rugby,
CV23 0UY
Telephone: 01788 530080
Fax: 01788 536508
E-mail: uzin.uk@uzin-utz.com

Visit UZIN's website

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