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‘Moduleo Roots can bring more inspring commercial interiors’

THANKS to a collection of exclusive wood, tile, stone and terrazzo designs, the Moduleo Roots luxury vinyl collection can bring more inspiring commercial interiors. Featuring a 0.55mm wear layer, there’s a choice of over 90 floors for general commercial use, so offices, hotels, retail, hospitality and leisure locations can find the right floor, says Moduleo.

‘The Roots collection also features Plank XL and Tile XL formats which can be used in open spaces including retail stores, leisure venue receptions and office congregation areas for a more balanced look; while standard plank, square and tile formats are available for meeting rooms, kitchens and smaller areas. Roots also comes in Herringbone Short and the new Herringbone Classic. Just like XL formats, Herringbone Short is ideal for open spaces with Herringbone Classic providing versatility across a range of room sizes,’ says Moduleo.

Every floor in the Roots collection features a textured surface and realistic matt look, but for a true-to-nature floor, Roots EIR (emboss in register) brings a surface that’s described by the company to track every grain, knot and crack of the design. All Moduleo floors feature Protectonite reinforcement to enhance scratch and stain resistance and to make them easier to clean. The construction of Moduleo Roots is said to also excel in commercial environments, with dual glass fibre layers adding extra strength and resilience.

The company says: ‘Moduleo Roots is designed and manufactured in Belgium for a premium quality vinyl floor. It’s made in an efficient factory that’s partly powered by Moduleo’s own wind turbines. Production waste is also internally recycled with every Roots floor featuring at least 30% content from Moduleo’s very own recycling facility.’
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