Sika sets new trends in decorative flooring


Decorative and Comfort Floor ranges offer greater design freedom

Sika is helping UK architects and interior designers to achieve greater design freedom with the introduction of its seamless Decorative and Comfort Floor ranges.

The result of 40 years’ flooring expertise, Sika’s high-performance epoxy and polyurethane resin flooring systems push the boundaries in liquid applied vinyl to new levels, offering a sustainable, cost effective and seamless solution with thousands of design possibilities.

From bold single colours to granite, decorative quartz, decorative flake and marble effects, the stylish range lends itself to new build and refurbishment projects across a wide range of commercial sectors including healthcare.

The Sika Comfortfloor range, for example, is ideally suited to commercial and public buildings where personnel stand for long periods of time, or where reduction in footfall noise and horizontal noise transmission is required. This seamless system is easy to apply and can be built up to serve individual comfort, acoustic, design, colour and cost requirements, with optional gloss and matt finishes, smooth and anti-slip coatings, covings, floor to wall coatings, and incorporation into underfloor heating systems.

Mark Bushell, national sales manager for flooring and refurbishment at Sika, said: “The introduction of our seamless flooring ranges signals an exciting new era in commercial flooring design and installation. We’ve listened to the needs of our customers and have developed an impressive alternative to traditional sheet vinyl, lino, tile and timber flooring solutions. The Decorative and Comfort Floor ranges are simple to apply, and leave nothing to desire from a technical, practical or aesthetic regard. They can even be refreshed to further extend the lifecycle”.

Sika’s commercial flooring systems are available to download in a number of formats including BIM and NBS Plus.

The manufacturer has also developed an online flooring estimating tool to help customers calculate the required area and build-up of their chosen flooring system.

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