Expanko Resilient Flooring introduces new wood and stone visuals for Vallarex floating cork floors

HomePress ReleaseExpanko Resilient Flooring introduces new wood and stone visuals for Vallarex floating...

Maple Shade, N.J.—Expanko Resilient Flooring expands its popular and versatile Vallarex line with 24 new looks for commercial spaces. These visuals, including 18 stone and wood visuals, borrow color and inspiration from nature, while the new digital printing technology makes it possible to obtain desired aesthetics without sacrificing required performance features.

Vallarex floating cork floors feature the same great performance of cork with the ease of installation, comfort under foot, high acoustic contributions and low maintenance of floating floors and are GreenGuard certified for low VOCs.

The wood and stone looks broaden the options for floors in commercial spaces.

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