Forbo launches online Floor Planner

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Hazleton, Pa. – Forbo Flooring Systems is pleased to announce the launch of its new interactive online Floor Planner. Available on Forbo’s website, the new design tool allows users to get creative by selecting a room scene and changing the flooring material and wall color. The tool features Forbo’s full collections of Marmoleum sheet and tile, Flotex sheet and tile, and Eternal project vinyl, along with a broad selection of commercial and residential room scenes. Visitors to the site can experiment with different color combinations and patterns of Forbo’s Marmoleum Tile and MCT products. Plus, for a nominal fee, users can upload their own room scene and experiment with hundreds of flooring options. Please visit Forbo’s website at www.forboflooringNA.com for more information.

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