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Demo Zones Return to The Flooring Show

The Flooring Show in Harrogate is once again partnering up with the CFA, NICF and FITA to bring the Demo Zones to industry attendees throughout the three day exhibition. The free demonstrations will take place in the Kings Suite of the exhibition halls, alongside the popular Trends Hub and Seminar Theatre.

Set across two Halls, Hall B and Hall M; the demonstrations have been split into Subfloor & Tool Demonstrations and Floor Finishes Demonstrations. With a full timetable available on the website;, here are just a few of the areas that will be covered:

Zone 1 | Hall B | Subfloor & Tool Demos

  • Repair Mortars
  • Smoothing Compounds – core products
  • Adhesive Application

Zone 2 | Hall M | Floor Finishes Demos

  • Underlay Installation
  • Commercial Resilient Flooring Installation (flat surface)
  • Laminate & Floating Wood Installation

Running throughout the show on Sunday 18th and Monday 19th and during the morning of Tuesday 20th, the demonstrations are always a popular feature of the Flooring Show and offer a fantastic opportunity for visitors to pick up on new techniques, products and information, along with other features of the show: The Trends Hub, Seminars, the brand new Ask the Experts and the return of the Carpet Fitter of The Year Competition.

After a fifteen year hiatus the grand final will take place at The Flooring Show. Speaking about the competition, NICF President Ian James said

I always said that if I were ever NICF President I would make it my mission to bring the competition back – after all, there isn’t a fitter in the land that wouldn’t want UK ‘Fitter of the Year’ on his van.

Don’t miss out on the endless opportunities available to you at the Flooring Show and the brand new Tiling Show!

Register on our website for your free ticket.

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