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VINYL, RUBBER & LINO


LAY THE FAVOURITE


Looking for a more sustainable and flexible flooring solution for your next project? Tomorrow’s Flooring took a closer look at the installation processes of Karndean’s luxury vinyl flooring, Looselay.


Tried and tested in several markets worldwide, Karndean’s innovative new format of luxury vinyl flooring is quick and easy to install, as demonstrated by their concise new video of the installation process.


Offering optimal fitting times, Karndean LooseLay’s unique friction grip backing and increased dimensional stability secures the floor firmly in place; without the need for adhesives in many


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installations*. The flooring also boasts enhanced acoustic properties and top environmental credentials.


The collection features large scale planks, which also adds to the reduced downtime and thereby reduced installation costs. Karndean LooseLay can also be installed over most hard floors as long as they’re smooth, sound and dust-free.


Karndean’s new LooseLay flooring system also provides contractors with


a durable and attractive option for commercial spaces where carpet tiles would have been specified for access to under floor services, such as in office or educational environments.


www.karndean.co.uk/ looselay


Why Karndean LooseLay?


• Faster and easier to fit.


• Reduced downtime.


• Suitable for raised access floors.


• Easy and economical to repair.


• Installation possible over most existing hard floors.


*Adhesive may be required for some applications, please refer to installation instructions.


• Enhanced acoustic benefits.


• 100% recyclable. www.tomorrowsflooring.com


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