img(height="1" width="1" style="display:none" src="https://www.facebook.com/tr?id=2939831959404383&ev=PageView&noscript=1")

Gerflor sets premium path for Taralay flooring

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

In association with
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.

12345678

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

 

Contact:

01926 622600

contractuk@gerflor.com


 

Latest

Andrew Riddell, studying queerspace at the Bartlett, challenges the home as site ‘where heteronormativity is most firmly rooted’ in digital drawings to take 3rd winner, student

Student, 3rd Winner: Andrew Riddell

Dominic Murray-Vaughan intrigued with watercolour qualities in his ‘eerily empty’ images that blur painting, drawing and photography to achieve 3rd winner, practitioner

Practitioner, 3rd winner: Dominic Murray- Vaughan

Industry calls on government to mandate assessment and reporting of whole life carbon on building projects over 1000m2 through Building Regulations by 2027

Industry presses for whole life carbon limits in new buildings over 1000m2

Bathroom manufacturer says UK needs recognised standards for acoustic performance inside properties

Specify quiet bathroom products in lieu of regulation, says firm

This visitor building for a Scottish sawmill complex is testament to the architect's strong roots in craftsmanship, writes David Reat

This visitor building for a Scottish sawmill complex is testament to the architect's strong roots in craftsmanship