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Floors ‘make better lives’ at housing exhibition

UNILIN Flooring exhibited at Housing 2024, showing, it says, how its floors can transform the lives of tenants while meeting the value and durability objectives of all kinds of projects.

Unilin Flooring makes a range of products suitable for housing projects and used its attendance at Housing 2024 to demonstrate how its ranges can transform the lives of tenants and occupiers, while providing value and durability for providers.

Through Moduleo luxury vinyl and IVC Commercial sheet vinyl, Unilin Flooring provides solutions that it says rise to the challenge of private residential developments, social and affordable homes, build-to-rent, student accommodation and more.

Continues the company: ‘Moduleo luxury vinyl tiles are available in a wide range of high-quality wood and stone effects which provide housing with a flooring solution connected to the natural world. With authentic designs to support the wellbeing of tenants and occupiers, Moduleo floors are durable and easy to maintain, making them an excellent long-term proposition for private homes and BTR sectors.

‘For social and affordable homes, as well as multi-occupancy developments such as student accommodation and residential care, the competitive value and long-term durability of IVC Commercial sheet vinyl floors make them particularly suitable.

‘Natural designs create a comfortable, home-like atmosphere to support the wellbeing of tenants and occupiers, while providers benefit from a floor that’s cost-effective to install, extremely durable in use, and easy to maintain.’

Richard Black of Unilin says: ‘The demands of housing projects are complex and diverse, but there is commonality in the need to create spaces that enrich the lives of tenants and occupiers. With attractive designs, including options like popular herringbone wood and modern concrete, our floors achieve this while helping projects meet quality, value and performance objectives through an impressive array of specifications.’

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