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Coatings, sealants & paints; Floors, walls & ceilings; Heating & renewable energy Bradite will take market by storm


Bradite is set to take the specialist paint market by storm with the launch of a new multi-purpose product that is suitable for use on all surfaces. Bradite One Can, the first all-purpose water-based primer and finish in one can, will be avail- able at merchants from this Spring. The unique product is an interior and exterior, anti-corrosive, quick drying, low odour, low VOC, primer, undercoat and finish.The high-performance coating will give protection to many substrates including: cladding, UPVC, powder coated metal, steel, and timber including fencing, garden furniture and sheds. One Can is easy to apply and is touch dry after one hour.


01248 600315 www.bradite.com Polyflor flooring brings style and safety


A variety of Polysafe safety flooring and Expona luxury vinyl tiles from commercial vinyl flooring specialist Polyflor were recently used to complete the construction of Needham House in Devizes, Wiltshire. Needham House is a housing development of extra care apartments which allow older people to live independently in their own homes with on-site care and support. Expona Commercial PUR luxury vinyl tiles in the Light Classic Oak design were selected for the building entrance and lobby areas, the dining hall, staircases, circulation areas and corridors between the apartments. Flooring samples can be ordered free of charge on the Polyflor website.


0161 767 1111 www.polyflor.com


40 | HMM May 2018 | www.housingmmonline.co.uk


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