The school hall, classrooms and corridors at a school in Blackburn have all benefitted from Polyflor products as part of its refurbishment.
St Wilfrid’s Church of England Academy now has two of the company’s most popular luxury vinyl tile and safety flooring ranges within it.
Over 1400m² of Expona Design PUR luxury vinyl tiles and Polysafe Modena PUR safety flooring was installed by local flooring contractors Rishton Floorcraft Ltd at the mixed secondary school and sixth form.
The grey wood effect Silvered Driftwood shade from the Expona Design collection covered 600m² in the school’s dining hall and with the undoubtable high levels of foot traffic that comes with a school, the heavy commercial Expona Design PUR luxury vinyl tile collection will prove well up to the task, providing years of performance.
The Expona features 28 stunning wood, stone and abstract effects, whilst the Polysafe Modena flooring features a sophisticated micro-granite decoration in a selection of neutral and bright shades.
The Modena flooring, in the Galena and Jetstone shades, were installed to provide sustainable wet slip resistance in the academy’s classrooms and corridors.
Both collections contain recycled materials and are 100% recyclable via the Recofloor vinyl take back scheme.
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