We are open for business as usual (although there here is nothing usual about this situation) with our transport company (Brooks Transport) who are designated by the government as critical to the covid response. We are still delivering direct to door or site, (however collections or visits to the warehouse are not possible.) Our IT systems allow us to work from home so our staff are protected. Please Call or Email Us for samples or orders. Our factories are back to full capacity and the supply chain is operating effectively which can be seen here. As a trade supplier we have a minimum requirement of 50m2 for any samples and supplies. Please call 01666 504015 if you require less. For Government advice please click here. Even with these steps we have made, we must pull together, support one another, and get through this as a group, a family, and feel proud to say to our wider community we are critical to the Covid-19 response, and we will support it for as long as we are able. Stay safe, stay well, look after yourself, and each other.
Using the latest technology, we are launching a range of waterproof luxury vinyl flooring with colours and textures matching our engineered wood flooring. Unlike other versions, our backing is made of IXPE which is a foam type plastic which makes it totally waterproof. Others use a cork or cork composite which over time will deteriorate. When choosing your luxury vinyl planks make sure they compare to ours, which with the textured surface are much more like the real thing.
The Impervia range has a low slip risk. For more information read the full report here.
We've put the Impervia Luxury Flooring through extreme durability tests. Find out the results here
Best prices on the market for comparable quality, latest push-fit technology and naturally textured surface. The stone composite also has fibreglass to create a stable rigid plank, and because of the width and lengths, it looks more natural, unlike narrower shorter pieces which are commonly found in vinyl flooring.
An integrated locking tongue is pushed inwards when the next panel is folded down. As the panel reaches its final position, the tongue flexes back and into the wedge groove on the folded panel, thereby locking it in the vertical direction.