Polyflor’s vinyl flooring was installed at a former primary school converted by Rhondda Housing Association into the new Llys Graig Y Wion social housing development in Pontypridd, Wales.
European Oak 3345 was installed in communal areas at Llys Graig Y Wion including stairwells, hallways and landings. Featuring a realistic wood design, this hardwearing commercial grade acoustic flooring provides an impact sound reduction level of 19dB for high traffic areas thanks to itsclosed cell foam backing, exceeding Building Regulations Part E requirements.
English Oak 4435 was fitted throughout living spaces in the development’s apartments. Designed specifically for use in the home, the Colonia range features 10 wood and 8 stone effect designs with authentic surface embossing for added realism. These luxury vinyl tiles also include Polyflor’s renowned PUR polyurethane reinforcement for a low maintenance and simple cleaning regime.
Installed in apartment bathrooms to provide sustainable slip resistance in these often wet areas. The Café Noir 5204 shade chosen for this project features virtually invisible safety particles and tonal decorative chips to give the look of smooth vinyl with the performance of a safety floor.
Polyflor’s Acoustix Forest fx, Colonia and Polysafe Verona flooring contain recycled material and are 100% recyclable via the Recofloor vinyl take back scheme.
Product samples can be ordered free of charge on the Polyflor website or by calling the Polyflor Samples Direct Hotline on 0161 767 2551.
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