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‘A good quality of flooring’ for social housing

WITH Blacktex sheet vinyl floors from Beauflor, affordable housing refurbishments can benefit from a floor that’s fast to install, durable and comfortable in use, says the company.

The BBC has reported that anti-poverty campaigners are calling for housing associations to stop ripping out carpets and leaving tenants with bare floors. The report also recorded that there’s several forward-thinking organisations looking for a solution to the crisis. Finding a floor that’s affordable, fast to install, durable and comfort in use is paramount in the hunt for answers.

Beauflor’s Blacktex sheet vinyl flooring makes a good option, says the company.

‘With a format that can be installed over old floorcoverings and without glue (rooms up to 35sq m), these floors make refurbishing in properties fast and easy. Available in two, three and four-metre width options on selected designs, it can also reduce installation waste.

‘In a range of modern wood and stone tile looks with Natural Look texture, Blacktex leaves tenants with a comfortable and warm finish that feels homely and inviting. As well as the minimum requirement for floors in kitchens and bathrooms, it is suitable for living areas, bedrooms and hallways.’

The company continues: ‘The collection features a Premium Coating that reduces the chances of permanent stains and marks and that makes maintenance easier for tenants, preserving the floor’s look and enhancing its durability. Along with R10 slip-restraint and a Class 32 general commercial wear rating, this means Blacktex has the performance to avoid replacement between tenancies.’

‘Nobody should be left without a floor finish because the specification was inadequate or the previous tenant didn’t care for the floor properly and it had to be removed,’ says Beauflor regional sales director Chris Roberts.

‘Our textile backed sheet vinyl floors can help housing associations overcome the current crisis and to find a way to ensure every tenant has a floor that contributes to a good quality of life.’

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