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A NEW SPECTRA OF FLOORING FROM UK


FLOORING DIRECT The brand new Spectra collection of luxury vinyl planks from leading online retailer UK Flooring Direct has just been launched to much acclaim from homeowners and fitters alike, thanks to its incredibly realistic wood-inspired designs and unbeatable performance qualities.


Available in nine on-trend colourways, including the calming pale White Oak right through to the rich tones of Double Smoked Oak and Midnight Oak, one of the major reasons for this luxury vinyl collection’s popularity is its sheer choice and variety. Seven designs come in a standard plank format at 152mm wide, with the Aged Oak and Country Oak choices extra wide at 230mm across for an even more authentic and rustic look.


Simple to install thanks to a click system, Spectra floors are ideal for fitters working on fast-


turnaround projects and are great for dab hand DIY homeowners. Suitable for both heavy domestic and light commercial use, all designs come with 20-year residential and 10-year commercial warranties for complete peace of mind.


“Spectra is a versatile collection and its floors have already been purchased for a whole host of locations,” commented Josh Ashby, Commercial Director of UK Flooring Direct. “Great for projects requiring floor materials that are easy to clean and maintain, as well as for moisture-prone areas such as bathrooms and kitchens, Spectra’s sealed surface can be simply wiped clean to ensure lasting good looks.”


Offering fantastic value without compromising on quality, Spectra floors feature a protective wear layer to combat high traffic use. With bevelled


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edges on all four sides for ultimate authenticity, these stunning planks are setting the benchmark high for luxury vinyl click flooring.


Created by the specialist UK Flooring Direct in-house


also TiN coated to provide a higher yield when fitting larger areas of flooring, including heavy duty vinyl safety flooring.


JEWEL BLADE TO


REVEAL NEW RANGE After their initial launch at Domotex earlier this year, Jewel Blade will be revealing their new XL range of innovative products to the UK Flooring industry at The Flooring Show in Harrogate this September.


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The XL range has been designed and manufactured in Sheffield to the very highest industry standards and is comprised of nine popular 1.25% carbon steel blade shapes, whilst the Premium Gold blades are


With their consistent high quality, extremely high tolerances and excellent durability, the new XL blades will allow fitters to achieve more with less.


“The Flooring Show is an ideal platform from which to launch our XL Premium Gold and XL Silver range,” said Jewel Blade’s General Manager, Julian Marshall.


“We are delighted to be showcasing our extensive range for the first time at the exhibition, and to promote the services of our business to the UK flooring industry.”


These eye-catching new products will be unveiled at the Flooring Show along with Jewel’s full range of hooked, concave, convex, snap-off and other assorted ‘Great British blades.’


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design team, each Spectra floor is completely exclusive to the online retailer.


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