Itec Contract Floors - Concept Woods vinyl flooring collection
WITH a Class 34 Very Heavy Commercial rating, Itec Contract Floors says there’s no doubt the Concept Woods vinyl flooring collection is suitable for use in high-wear areas such as corridors and halls and congregation areas and now with new and more authentic wood looks, the range is even more suited for use in school refurbishments this summer.
‘Covering the bases of classic oak and grey planks with consummate ease in familiar designs such as Tavel and Calais, Concept Woods is already a go-to collection for many contractors and specifiers, but with new Groutless Wood and Chevron Oak, it features the manufacturer’s most forward-thinking wood looks,’ says the company.
‘The entire collection is also afforded the new T-emboss technology with easier maintenance, better stain-resistance, improved aesthetics – through reduced light-reflectance - and better slip-resistance.’
With Hyperguard+ PUR technology, Concept Woods is said to retain aesthetic integrity with minimal maintenance and is available in two and four-metre widths, fully-compatible with Invisiweld.
‘In a finish such as Groutless Wood, the combination of a four-metre width and Invisiweld is crucial in maintaining the visual ethos of the floor, reducing the number of seams and making any almost impossible to spot.
‘Groutless Wood is a variation on the ‘endless’ wood look, a unique take on the aesthetic that underlines vinyl flooring’s capacity to imagine natural materials in a new perspective. Available in a whitewashed and greywashed oak, it’s a striking design that mixes the popularity of seamless finishes with the warmth and familiarity of wood.
‘In Chevron Oak, commercial interiors have access to a classic parquet look without the fuss. Creating a vintage feel, the design is available in dark grey and light grey colourways, as well as a light-natural oak. It joins the collection to give 15 wood effect vinyl floors, all with the enduring performance that comes with all Itec Contract Floors decorative floors.’