Polyflor recently supplied its Silentflor vinyl sheet flooring for the interior design scheme of a brand new burger restaurant in Glasgow.
The Counter Custom Burgers is located at The Quay in Glasgow, the first of its kind in the UK.
Johnson Wright Flooring Ltd installed approximately 220m2 of heavy commercial Silentflor flooring in Light Industrial Concrete was fitted in the front of the house areas of the restaurant which can seat up to 100 covers. In addition, another 100m2 of Polysafe Standard safety flooring with sustainable slip resistance was also used for the back of house kitchen and staff zones.
The range is made up of 36 designs in a 3.7mm gauge and 0.65mm wear layer format. Silentflor is a robust collection that achieves 19dB impact sound reduction and has been expertly created for a wide range of commercial interiors.
Polyflor PUR, Polyflor’s exclusive and robust polyurethane reinforcement which is cross-linked and UV cured, has been incorporated to provide ease of maintenance.
Silentflor achieves a BRE A+ rating in major use areas and Indoor Air Comfort Gold, assuring that VOC emissions are below any globally determined levels. It is also 100% recyclable via the Recofloor recycling scheme and contains recycled content.
Nick Bradley, Director at Restaurant Design Associated Ltd commented, “Our aim was to reflect US restaurant culture and LA style at The Counter. We loved the on-trend Light Industrial Concrete flooring from the Silentflor collection with design features such as cracks and marks for an authentic concrete effect.”
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