Comfortable, long-lasting and easy to clean. These are the three things you should look in a floor as this ‘trio’ is the ideal base for a learning environment. From crawling toddlers to preschoolers, the chosen floor should be comfortable and safe for children of all ages. That is why, choosing a sustainable solution that can meet the highest standards in accessibility, hygiene and indoor air quality is crucial. It seems that commercial vinyl flooring has become the leading in the category.Read More →
Flooring is one of the basic and most important components of a home, and its interior décor. You can’t have an eye-catching décor if your floor isn’t in perfect shape. Yes, even with the perfect and most luxurious furnishing and art pieces. Despite the many options of flooring, we can all agree wood is the all-time classic. But, same as with any other type of flooring, wood requires particular care and cleaning to be able to be in proper shape for a longer period. We might as well say, a little care goes a long way, so you have to make time to include floor cleaning in your daily chores.
Luxury vinyl tiles provide more benefits than just aesthetic appearance. They offer exceptional comfort and easy maintenance. Soft underfoot, extremely waterproof, resistant to stains and scratches, the luxury vinyl tiles are perfect and ideal choice for kitchens, bathrooms and hallways.
With natural wood and ceramic look and appearance, the luxury vinyl tiles are available in a wide range of rich colours and finishes, creating one-of-a-kind look for any room. Furthermore, they are convenient and easy to install over almost any sub-floor surface. Durable, attractive, affordable, luxury vinyl tiles also act as a sound barrier and heat insulator. However, easy-maintenance is what makes this flooring option a number one choice for many homeowners. Read More →
Linoleum flooring is a resilient flooring material that has been in residential and commercial use since the mid-19th century and was extremely popular in the 1950s. However, after the 50s peak in its popularity, linoleum flooring was replaced by natural wood, stone and ceramic tiles. Thanks to the constant improvements in technology, material used and designed, linoleum flooring is gaining back its original popularity. More durable, easy to install and maintain, linoleum flooring is once again being considered a sustainable flooring option, made from resilient materials such as linseed oil, cork dust and rosin. Read More →