The UKs residential and commercial vinyl flooring specialist, Polyflor, has launched their new Secura PUR collection of luxury vinyl sheet flooring.
The flooring, made in the UK, has been designed to create inspiring home interiors for modern living with 22 designs which authentically replicate the natural character of wood, stone and abstract materials in a practical and durable sheet format.
The Secura PUR range features twelve wood effects, nine stone effects and one abstract design and on-trend new additions include white and grey oaks alongside contemporary concrete and slate effects.
Grain patterns, surface textures, tonal variations and subtle detailing are all included in the Secura designs, for a realistic look that is more affordable than natural materials and easier to maintain.
Secura has a 3mm gauge and 0.35mm wear layer with SureTread R10 slip resistance and is available in 2, 3 and 4 metre widths to accommodate larger living spaces. Additionally, a soft-backed layer provides warmth and comfort underfoot and reduces noise between rooms.
Featuring PUR polyurethane reinforcement which is cross-linked and UV cured, preventing stains and scuff marks and allowing for a simple and polish-free cleaning regime. With a 20 year domestic guarantee, Secura flooring is also suitable for commercial applications such as light traffic areas within hotels, conference rooms, boutiques and small offices.
Tom Rollo, Marketing Manager at Polyflor explained that the new collection is a fresh, modern offering for residential and light commercial interiors under the Polyflor at Home brand, with a host of new, on trend wood, stone and concrete designs added to the collection.
Secura achieves Indoor Air Comfort Gold certification for low VOC emissions, as well as being 100% recyclable via the Recofloor vinyl take-back scheme. The Secura PUR range is showcased within Polyflor’s 62 page brochure and is now in stock.
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