Concrete and Composed

Waterproofing luxury

Oct 26, 2018
  • Article by Online Editor

Commercial carpet and flooring provider Shaw Contract has introduced a new range of Luxury Vinyl Tiles (LVT) that is not only aesthetically pleasing but also 100 percent waterproof, making it perfect for areas with topical moisture like bathrooms and kitchens.

Defined by strength and tempered by texture, the new Concrete & Composed collection is constructed with innovative COREtec XRC technology to deliver waterproof commercial LVT. The dimensionally stable construction and high density core is ideal for high traffic commercial environments with low maintenance and quick installation.

Concrete and composed

The range is split into two finishes; the Concrete element comes in four different shades and mimics the natural variation of tone seen in traditional poured concrete. Colours range from almost white to slate grey.

Concrete flooring range

The Composed products have a high-resolution realistic wood visual that replicates the look of real hardwood. Tone & hue variation plank to plank continues to be a trend growing in use throughout the commercial sector and these products embrace this trend.

Composed range

Low gloss matte finish and variations of emboss are also features of the collection.. Both Concrete and Composed have coordinating carpet tile ranges that are readily available with short lead times in Australia.

Concrete range

Made with COREtec XRC technology

COREtec  XRC delivers high performance and durability in heavy commercial environments. With a patented layered construction, COREtec XRC is dimensionally stable, waterproof, scratch resistant and reduces sound transmission. Designed with locking edges, installation is quick and easy, reducing installation time and labour costs.

Relevant styles and colours of Concrete & Composed are available for immediate despatch from Australian stock. Door to floor, Shaw Contract fast-tracks design for projects that demand fast turnarounds without compromising creativity.

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