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TARAFLEX - ™


PROMOTIONAL FEATURE


DELIVERING SPORTING LEGACY SINCE 1947


Taraflex™ sports flooring is an ideal safe solution for younger users as well as for elite and professional play


Taraflex™ sports floors, manufactured since 1947, offer a number of user and operator benefits – including optimum safety, comfort, performance and ease of maintenance. Taraflex™ is an ‘Approved’ surface by many national and international governing bodies of sport. Taraflex™ is also widely recognised and installed within schools, universities, and other learning facilities. Gerflor have more than 70,000 global sports and education reference sites. Contact us to find out more.


WHY NOT TAKE ADVANTAGE OF A NEW SPORTS FLOOR WITH THE TARAFLEX™ LEASE PLAN


See How the New Taraflex™ Eco-Fit system compares to a traditional refurbishment


ITEM (based on 594sq m)


UPLIFT OLD FLOOR DISPOSAL OF WASTE


TRADITIONAL SPORTS FLOOR


£ 3, 975 £ 2, 380


PREPARATION OF SUB FLOOR £ 3, 524 INSTALL NEW SPORTS FLOOR £ 28, 153 LINE MARKING (8 game lines) £ 2, 290 PROJECT TOTAL PROJECT TIME


NEW TARAFLEX™ ECO-FIT METHOD


£0 £0 £0


£ 40, 322 10 days


POTENTIAL SAVINGS OF UP TO 40%!


Call or email now to take advantage of our FREE SPECIFICATION ADVISORY SERVICE.


Darren Wood – Sports Manager on 07836 366579 or dwood@gerflor.com David Carter – Sports Specialist on 07850 217290 or dcarter@gerflor.com


Visit www.gerflor.co.uk for further information Issue 3 2012 © cybertrek 2012 Read Sports Management online sportsmanagement.co.uk/digital 49


£ 22, 692 £ 2, 290 £ 24, 982 4 days


TARAFLEX™ PAYMENT PLAN*


Total Cost of Project £24, 982


Deposit £5,000


Monthly Payments £347 Term – 60 Months


The GB handball team, including Holly Lam-Moores, choose to play on Taraflex™


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