Gerflor sets premium path for Taralay flooring

Taralay vinyl flooring offers specifiers a hardwearing solution for high-traffic environments - in 80 colours and designs

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Taralay Premium has a homogeneous wear layer for outstanding durability, a multi-layered construction for excellent dimensional stability and offers the best acoustic and indentation performances thanks to its high-density foam backing.
Taralay Premium has a homogeneous wear layer for outstanding durability, a multi-layered construction for excellent dimensional stability and offers the best acoustic and indentation performances thanks to its high-density foam backing.

International flooring specialist Gerflor understands that ‘premium’ should mean exactly that and, in terms of flooring, must deliver a world class quality product that stands out. The Premium range of vinyl flooring from Gerflor is unique in delivering a mass coloured design that offers outstanding performance for high pedestrian traffic areas, such as education, healthcare and hospitality settings, offices, retail and a host of contract environments where high footfall is expected.

One of Gerflor's new collections for 2018 and 2019 is Taralay Premium, a hardwearing, colourful flooring range for a host of creative spaces with 80 colours and designs to choose from. This multi-layered vinyl flooring incorporates densely pressed colour chips in the wear layer, keeping it looking good for longer.

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For more information and technical support, visit: gerflor.co.uk

 

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