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HIGH QUALITY PRODUCTS FOR FLOORING PROFESSIONALS


MOVEMENT JOINTS WORK WELL WITH:


Stylish and seamless


intermediate movement joints Bespoke joints for hard fl ooring, resin bound fl oors, natural stone, ceramic tiles and slate, from the UK’s leading supplier


DURAL COLOURED MOVEMENT JOINTS •


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EFFECTIVE MOVEMENT PROTECTION joints protect fl ooring by absorbing the movement caused by expansion and contraction ROBUST AND DURABLE joints can cope with heavy stresses UK BUILDING REGULATIONS exceeds BS5385 requirements REDUCE INSTALLATION TIME when used with our CI+ Anti-Crack Matting


For more information, call 01924 360110 or visit dural.co.uk


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BESPOKE colour matched to the fl oor surface, grout colour or any colour in the RAL range PREMIUM FINISHES available in speckled and marbled effect fi nishes for high-end installations STANDARD MOVEMENT JOINTS high performance, cost-effective movement joints available in black or mid-grey


We are proud members of:


Available in any colours to match your flooring surface, grout colour or any colour in the RAL range


CI+ Matting Systems


Cross Joints - pre-formed joints for seamless juntions


Now available with custom designs within movement joints


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