New Flooring Products

August 11, 2010

Rapidly renewable biobased tile

Migrations biobased tile is made possible by Armstrong's Biostride polymer. Identical gauge allows easy use of Migrations in spaces where composition tile is used and no new maintenance training, equipment, or cleaners are required. Compared with conventional composition flooring, a 20,000-sf installation of Migrations saves energy and natural resources equivalent to 72 gallons of petroleum. Complies with LEED credits EQ4.3, MR4.0, and MR6.0 depending on location.

Armstrong

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Clean and green healthcare flooring

A critical factor for any healthcare setting is the ability to quickly and easily wipe lingering germs from exposed areas to create a clean, fresh environment. Specially manufactured with this in mind, the Heiko Collection offers easy sterilization and maintenance. With GreenMedic antimicrobial formulation, it also inhibits the growth of bacteria. Durable and sustainable, Lonseal's heterogeneous sheet vinyl is composed of more than 35% pre-consumer recycled content. It is also low in VOC emissions and can contribute toward LEED points.

Heiko seamless flooring is also durable enough to support heavy traffic and withstand the weight of medical equipment.

Lonseal

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Linoleum flooring for schools, hospitals

Johnsonite's XF Finish protection grants extremely high resistance against abrasion, stains, and chemicals giving school and healthcare environments excellent cleaning properties and low-cost maintenance procedures.

The XF collection now includes 78 colors that can be put together in many different combinations, including the line's new veined "allegro" pattern.

Linoleum xf is part of the Johnsonite flooring system, which includes rubber, linoleum, homogeneous and heterogeneous vinyl, stairwell solutions, finishing borders, and transitions. Providing an entire system allows specifiers to unite function and aesthetics to help create efficiencies for the end-user in lifetime return.

Johnsonite by Tarkett

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Decorative wood and stone look in vinyl

Want to get the look of natural wood or stone with the durability of vinyl to withstand heavy floor traffic? LG has added more natural looks to its Deco stone and wood lines. Both collections are available in 18-inch by 18-inch tiles with 3-millimeter gauge. There are two new wood grains in the DecoWood plank collection that emulate the look of bamboo. The Deco Stone collection features the look of stone, concrete, slate, and marble. The line has more than 100 colors and patterns.

LG

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New wood, old and weathered look

Berkshire five-inch-wide floors re-create the distressed characteristics of hardwood that originally served utilitarian purposes.

Planks feature character marks such as hammer dents and nail holes, as well as splits and filled knots.

Berkshire is available in walnut, cherry, maple, and hickory varieties and is just one of Columbia's line of "character" wood floors that feature the look and feel of weathered floors from different settings. Silverton has the look of a weathered ski lodge, and Hatteras, the feel and look of a southern beach house. Columbia and Century Flooring have earned both phase 1 and the more stringent phase 2 certifications from the California Air Resources Board (CARB) for their engineered hardwood flooring products.

Columbia

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Looks like the desert, feels resilient

Featuring a rubbed-in printed pattern that forms an inverted leather look, LonElements Sahara's textural allure is indicative of seemingly random tracks in the sand and satisfies both lustrous and understated visual appeals for interiors with broad design parameters.

Ideal for installation in corporate, hospitality, and retail spaces, Sahara's flooring sheets are 100 millimeters thick, making the surfacing easy to conform to any plane of a space. The added flexibility allows it to accentuate and complement curvatures of floors and corners.

Sahara can be selected and tailored to create many design possibilities for distinctive decor. Surface colors are available in eight tones of beiges, golds, and burgundies.

Sahara's protective first layer is easy to clean and provides maximum resistance in environments where there are increased abrasions, the surface's middle layer provides dimensional stability and sound-absorbing properties. Its bottom layer, which is molded to the backing cloth, provides stabilization. Sahara is rated Class B, in accordance with the National Fire Protection Association's (NFPA) 101 Life Safety Code.

LonElements by Lonseal

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