Mystique flooring used in charity makeover

Posted on November 1st, by editor in Caring Times. No Comments

Commercial flooring specialists Polyflor Ltd donated sheet vinyl flooring for the refurbishment of accommodation used by parents of premature children at the neo-natal unit of Southmead Hospital, Bristol. The refurbishment project was initiated by BBC Radio Bristol, and filmed and broadcast live over the internet, as part of the station¹s 30th birthday celebrations. Some 60m2 of Polyflor Mystique PU heavy duty sheet vinyl was laid in corridors and bedrooms by Gollop Contract Flooring of Kingswood, Bristol, in a makeover by designer Louise Osman, for which all materials and services were donated. Polyflor Mystique PU features a specially formulated polyurethane coating which significantly reduces the maintenance costs of the product by improving the soil resistance and cleanability of the floor. Meeting the general performance requirements of EN 649: 1996, Polyflor Mystique PU has a Class 2 fire rating to BS476: Part 7, and features homogeneous monolayer construction for even wear and 100% useful life. # Deta

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