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LVT in the Mainstream

by Madelein
LVT in the Mainstream

Traviata Flooring with rigid core interlocking vinyl is firmly entrenched in the major brands in the hospitality, retail, commercial and residential sectors.

Some of the key attributes include stability, variety, acoustics, air quality and efficiency, which has seen the IsoCore, Traviloc XL-RCB and Firm Fit options being specified on major projects through the pandemic and going forward.

The IsoCore range has become a first choice for international hotel groups because of its superior acoustic properties. It has been used at the Yacht Club in Cape Town and One on Whitely in Johannesburg, after being approved by the Marriott group.

The IsoCore’s herringbone option, especially, is a favourite with brands such as Radisson. This option, with its four-sided drop lock, is easy to install in single or double herringbone patterns and is a firm favourite with designers. The most recent project completed is in Livingstone, Zambia. Other projects this year using the herringbone include Radisson, Ibis, and Meridien hotels.

Traviloc XL-RCB is an SPC core flooring with a full commercial wear layer and is widely used in residential and commercial projects. RCB is popular flooring for hotel bedrooms in the hospitality sector, such as in the Courtyard Hotel in Waterfall.

Traviata’s Firm Fit range has not only dominated the residential market in South Africa, it has proven to be extremely versatile, also finding its way into the retail, commercial and hospitality sectors. Firm Fit is used exclusively by the Milady’s store group throughout South Africa, as well as in the Premier group’s Cape Manor Hotel and the Capital in Sandton. Its commercial portfolio includes the Nedbank offices in Namibia.

For more information, contact Traviata:
Tel: +27 11 453 0296
Email: sales@traviata.co.za
Website: www.traviata.co.za

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