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Wood and cork combine with Granorte flooring

The Heritage collection of real wood-topped cork flooring by Granorte combines two high quality natural materials to provide a completely unique surface choice for residential interiors. Delivering high style and offering fantastic benefits, Heritage floors appeal to consumers looking for an alternative to the mainstream.

Heritage floors feature a 0.6mm thick real wood veneer surface atop a moisture-resistant fireboard that is sandwiched between a high-density agglomerated cork layer and an integrated cork underlay. Containing 28% pre-consumer recycled content, the Heritage collection is a great choice for eco-conscious homeowners and all floors are FSC accredited too for complete peace of mind.

In a choice of 16 decors, with a variety of real wood species to choose from, including oak, cherry, walnut, teak, ash and maple, the sheer abundance of styles ensures that there is a design to suit all tastes and design schemes. Available in a standardised plank format of 116.4cm x 19.4 with a 10.5mm thickness for an authentic look, Heritage provides the stunning aesthetics associated with wooden floors with many other advantages.

“The beauty of natural wood has long been a major appeal for homeowners thanks to its timeless style and hardwearing nature, but many are now realising the greater benefits it can offer when combined with a cork base,” comments Paulo Rocha, product manager, Granorte. “Offering stylish good looks as well as helping to facilitate a healthier and more sustainable environment, the Heritage collection is gathering pace as a real alternative to traditional hardwood flooring.”

Heritage floors are protected with a high-performance PUR HotCoating® and have Greenguard® indoor air quality certification.

For further information contact Granorte on 01785 711 131, visit www.granorte.co.uk or email [email protected]

 

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