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Tuesday, 12 April 2016 18:45

NEW 360 DEGREE ‘CLIC’ SYSTEM LVT A WINNER

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The new ‘Podium Clic’ luxury vinyl tile range from Belgotex Floors makes installation and pattern design of LVT’s easier than ever before. 

 

With a convenient 360 degree click system on light weight, rigid back vinyl planks that can be installed over existing floors, Podium Clic is sure to be a winner.

 

Ideal for heavy residential as well as light commercial applications to create the latest fashionable looks for floors, Podium Clic will save you and your customers time and effort, from installation to maintenance. 

 

Simply ‘cut-‘n-click’ the vinyl planks into place from any direction to create plain or patterned vinyl floors ranging from natural oak to fashionable herringbone. 

 

A comfortable and quiet floor underfoot, Podium Clic is completely waterproof with a 0.4mm wear layer and protective PUR surface treatment. It’s durable, hygienic and slip-resistant and also absorbs impact sound for added sound reduction. 

 

No sub-floor preparation

The range’s rigid composite backing provides a stable floating floor that can be fitted over uneven surfaces and is able to resist grout lines. 

 

No need to uplift the old floor or wait for screeding to dry, simply lay Podium Clic over the existing base.

 

Offering added dimensional stability and resistance to indentation, the 5mm thick planks also withstand temperature fluctuations better, preventing shifting or floor failure.  

 

Fast, easy installation

Podium Clic offers you double the results in half the time! Less time and effort means quicker installations for more customers!

 

The 360 degree click system allows you to work on two sides at once without the limitations of traditional unilin/valinge directional joints or drying time required for adhesives. 

 

 

The larger format plank dimensions of 1326 x 204mm in eight natural wood colours are light and easy to work, offering a quicker transformation to the latest flooring trends. 

 

Get the Look – Herringbone

Podium Clic luxury vinyl planks can be laid as is or a natural looking fashionable patterned floor.

Available in boxes of eight planks covering just over 2m2, the natural oak design is inspired by nature, with fewer character features such as knots or saddles. Create a simple, sophisticated surface with the natural beauty and charm of wood simply by clicking the planks together.

 

For more information visit www.belgotexfloors.co.za or call 

 (033) 897-7500 or Cape Town (021) 763-6900 or JHB (011) 380-9300 

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