UZIN products have featured extensively in the installation of a variety of floor coverings at a new Cross Keys Homes premises in Peterborough.
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The client sought a mixture of flooring, all of which needed to be flat, level and flush at any intersections; for such an exact and precise project, the flooring contractor Superior Finish Contracts Ltd chose UZIN products, giving them the confidence needed to realise a quality finish.
Superior Finish Contracts Ltd fitted Modulyss carpet tiles to the office areas, Gradus Boulevard 5000 secondary matting to the entrance, Polyflor Arena safety vinyl to the kitchen and Polyflor Expona luxury vinyl tiles to the main areas.
The very thin vinyl tile needed to be flush with the thicker carpet tile, in order to prevent any potential trip hazards at doorways.
As well as installing suitable trims at doorways, UZIN NC 163 smoothing compound was used to under the LVTs achieve this neat, flush finish.
UZIN KE 2000 S pressure sensitive adhesive was used to install the luxury vinyl tiles and safety flooring, with UZIN U 2100 tackifier used to lay the carpet tiles and UZIN KE 2428 adhesive used to install the entrance matting.
The resulting floor looks fantastic, especially given it was completed in a very limited access area on a short time scale.
Cross Keys Homes’ Project Surveyor, Graeme Parry, said they were ‘really pleased’ with the floor coverings, adding they provide a ‘quality finish’ to all areas.
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