Patcraft introduces new line, Estrato

May 17, 2018

Cartersville, Ga.—Patcraft has introduced Estrato, its newest product for high-performance environments. Inspired by the beauty of abstract botanicals, the scale and movement within the product’s pattern creates a sophisticated flooring visual. Offered in coordinating carpet tile and broadloom, Estrato’s refined colorways enhance and enliven the built environment, providing versatile options for design flexibility. 

“Estrato answers the industry’s evolving demands for textural and transitional patterning for use in the creation of serene and tranquil surroundings,” said Ron Powell, Patcraft designer. “By overlaying pattern on top of texture for nature-inspired visuals, the overall product—from performance to design attributes—provides dynamic options for use across all markets.”

Constructed with Eco Solution Q and EcoWorx backing, Estrato products are backed with lifetime warranties against stain, colorfastness to light, static and abrasive wear for maximum performance and appearance retention. Estrato products are Cradle to Cradle Certified Silver. Estrato makes maintenance simple. Each product can be cleaned with just hot water extraction, and the tile format offers opportunity for selective replacement to minimize operational interruptions and cost.

 

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