Headlam in Clerkenwell
AS the need for true sustainability becomes more important with everything we consume, Tretford cord says it is the leader in environmentally friendly flooring. The goat hair used in its construction is reportedly sourced from verified producers who have been supplying the company for many years. Available as either a 2 metre-wide sheet, a 50sq cm eco-backed tile and as a bespoke rug option, all of which can be used for commercial or residential projects, says Headlam. The 60 colours in the sheet version and 47 in the eco tile are available from stock, lead times from order to delivery are minimal. Tretford reportedly has Green Tag certification and has passed the British standard (BS) tests for flammability, thermal insulation, sound absorption and colour fastness.
The design works heavy contract luxury vinyl plank & tile range is available in 46 colourways. The suitability of the range is said to cover care homes, where its resilience to bacteria mounds and viruses is of particular importance, along with retail, office and residential. The LVT designs are available in a medium or deep grain configuration and vary from maple and teak to travertine and slate. Design works is also claimed to be an ecofriendly product that benefits from having a FloorScore and DIBt low VOC rating and is phthalate and heavy metal free. The 15-year heavy commercial wear guarantee and the low maintenance costs are said to make this product a cost effective option for any commercial interior.