An increased number of hoteliers and developers are installing vinyl floor tiles with solid interior cores that offer greater resilience while shrugging off even the heaviest foot traffic and maintaining their exquisite new designs. A solution that meets this requirement is Diamond Core vinyl, a stone-plastic composite with a rigid floorboard that can shake off water, bounce back from the heat and retain its good looks for years.
The inner core of the Diamond Core SPC boards is moulded in a calcium-carbonate infused plastic. Thanks to advanced manufacturing methods, this product not only outperforms other types of vinyl, it is now also available at affordable prices.
Does it look good and how long will it last?
The first questions that hotel developers and renovators ask are whether Diamond Core SPC looks good and how long it will last. These Core planks are available in extra length and are wider than most other planks, allowing the beauty of the wood print to show through more strikingly. The high definition visuals and rich surface textures also give a natural appearance.
According to Finfloor, Diamond Core boasts dimensional stability four times more than any other competing vinyl tile on the market. The tiles are impact and indentation resistant thanks to the rigid core, adding years to their life in a commercial environment. Diamond Core SPC also has enhanced protection against scuffs and abrasions with a tough, transparent wear layer and an enhanced ceramic bead finish.
Where can it be installed?
Diamond Core SPC is perfectly suited to any room in a hotel. Its durability lends itself well to a lobby and its water-resistance makes it a great option for the dining room. SPC vinyl handles direct sunlight so it can work in the sunroom and of course, its stylish appearance makes it a favourite for guest rooms.
For more information, contact contact Finfloor on +27 (86) 034 6356 or via www.finfloor.co.za.
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