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Polyflor relaunch Home website for luxury vinyl specification

  • 27 Nov 2015

Polyflor has relaunched its Polyflor at Home website to help make choosing a luxury vinyl floor covering for the home as easy as possible.

The redesigned website features the five Polyflor at Home brands: Camaro and Colonia luxury vinyl tiles, Camaro Loc interlocking vinyl tiles and the Designatex and Secura luxury vinyl sheet flooring collections. Designatex Columned Ash luxury vinyl floor covering

Accessible across multiple devices, customers can easily browse through the collections to specify the ideal product, as well as order free brochures and product samples.

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The updated Polyflor at Home website now includes a Design Floors section which offers ideas and inspiration for creative flooring options in the home, and a ‘View by Shade’ function that allows customers to search through a wide variety of designs available by colour and product type.

Visit the new Polyflor at Home website


Radcliffe New Road,
United Kingdom,
M45 7NR

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