Identifying some of the most frequently specified flooring from a company who has a strong footprint in the industry.

Known for their reputable product offerings, Belgotex Floorcoverings are proud of the fact that architects, interior architects and interior designers so often specify their products.

The following products are considered some of their most specified floorcoverings, based on the opinion of architects and interior designers.

Berber Point 920
This product is considered the undisputed heavyweight champion, now also with recycled content. It is available either as a modular or wall-to-wall carpet and offers two types of backing; namely ResinBac and NexBac. These carpet tiles are manufactured from 100% Stainproof Miracle Fibre (Polypropylene) or Nexus 3.66m Berber Point 920 broadloom, which is manufactured from 100% Stainproof Miracle Fibre (Polypropylene).

According to Leon van der Westhuizen and Roald Meyer from Anthrop Architects, Berber Point 920 is their favourite product and they even installed it in their own offices, considering the design to be brilliant and supplied at a very good price. “Berber Point 920 fits in perfectly with the overall space, but still gives it a unique look because it is versatile and matches easily with other flooring,” states Anthrop Architects.

This product is an elegant wall-to-wall offering from Belgotex Commercial. It is a cut-pile commercial carpet that offers lush softness underfoot and its 100% SDX (Solution Dyed Nylon) fibres make Westminster ideal for demanding flooring applications.

“Westminster is a popular choice for that desired plush feeling, and in other projects, we have even used this carpet range and made rugs out of it,” enthuses Carly Warren from Decam Projects. “It also works well as an inlay to create a special design, making Westminster a fantastic contract specification with a wonderful colour range.”

Belgotex Vinyl
Hartsfield from Belgotex Vinyl has become a firm favourite in the industry among specifiers. It is a commercial-grade floor and has recently been replaced with an upgraded dry-back LVP range with a 10% thicker wear layer called Davenport.

According to Tony Hofman from Hofman Architects, Hartsfield Luxury Vinyl Planks look very real and, apart from being ‘water happy’, they present little noise when walked on (unlike natural wood or laminate floors) and they create a bit of extra warmth underfoot. “They are also easy to keep clean and require minimal maintenance,” he states.

While these popular products highlighted above are often specified, this is by no means an exhaustive list of frequently specified flooring from Belgotex Floorcoverings. As the industry continues to evolve, the types of floors specified will most likely be impacted but, currently, the above specified products have firmly made their mark on the industry, and will undoubtedly continue to do so well into the future.

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