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Natural Linoleum Floors
An environmentally friendly vinyl flooring alternative
Historically linoleum has been used for heavy traffic commercial environments such as schools, health care facilities, vet and doctor clinics, offices and public buildings. However with the rise of eco friendly and sustainable products it’s no wonder linoleum flooring has been on the rise for residential properties. Due to linoleum’s natural raw materials there are a large variety of colours and patterns from bold solid colours to stripes and marbled patterns.
Linoleum can be found in a number of famous buildings all around the world:
- Buckingham Palace in London, England
- White House in Washington DC, USA
- Alcatraz prison in San Francisco, USA
- Kremlin in Moscow, Russia
What is Linoleum Flooring?
Linoleum is a more environmentally friendly alternative to vinyl and laminate floorings. The reason being, it’s a sustainable product made from 97% natural raw materials, 72% rapidly renewable raw materials and 43% recycled content. The key raw materials used in the production includes linseed oil, wood flour and jute. Because it has natural timber/rosin ingredients, it will continue to harden with age and can have a life expectancy of up to 40 years. Linoleum is a natural floor covering which offers a wide choice of colour and design with rich, warm, refined and contemporary looks.
- Sustainable flooring product (CO2 neutral and PVC free)
- Asthma and allergy approved
- Naturally bacteriostatic
- Versatile and durability
- Does not require sealing/polishing
- Extremely hard-wearing
- Easy to clean and maintain
- Modern styles