Tarkett adds to ProGen rigid core collection

Home Categories Tarkett adds to ProGen rigid core collection

Solon, Ohio—Tarkett, a worldwide leader in innovative and sustainable flooring, is expanding its collection of ProGen rigid core luxury vinyl tiles and planks with nine new stone designs. The new designs join 22 high-definition wood designs, giving homeowners a broader range of design options with the life-proof performance benefits the collection is known for, the company said.

“ProGen delivers on the benefits homeowners care about most when it comes to their flooring—it’s durable enough to stand up to pets, kids, and anything else life throws at it, and is available in on-trend colors and styles that complement any taste,” said Sharee Thorton, product manager. “We’re excited to introduce our newest stone designs, which add an element of modern style that is sure to look great in kitchens, bathrooms, basements or other high-traffic areas of the home.”

ProGen is engineered to perform radically better than the leading competitive rigid core products under the rigors of daily wear, the company said. It is durable, dimensionally stable, waterproof and easy to install, making it an ideal way to bring modern design into any room—including three-season rooms that experience extreme temperature changes, as well as areas most prone to spills and moisture.

The compact design and rigid core technology of ProGen makes it highly resistant to indentations from drops, high heels and heavy furniture, while also offering a sleek profile and easier installation. The Uniclic system makes installation fast and easy for professionals or DIYers, requiring only basic hand tools.

ProGen also contributes to a comfortable and healthy home. Its acoustic backing absorbs sound and boasts a superior rating for impact sound transmission with an IIC Rating of 68. It is made with 100% virgin material, is phthalate-free, has extremely low VOCs and is 100% reclaimable after use.

Must Read

M-D Products names Ryan Plotkin president

Oklahoma City— Ryan Plotkin has been named president for M-D Building Products, Inc., a family-owned company involved in developing, manufacturing and marketing a range...

Engineered Floors supports JA Discovery Center

By Ken Ryan Dalton—Led by lead investor, Engineered Floors, the Junior Achievement (JA) Discovery Center of Greater Dalton is set to open here March...

Mannington, Phenix to raise prices

Salem, N.J.— Mannington and Phenix will both raise prices on several product categories effective with shipments beginning April 19. Mannington said both companies are committed...

Fuse Alliance names Ardex ‘Supplier of the Year’

Aliquippa, Pa— Ardex Americas was recognized by Fuse Alliance as its “Supplier of the Year.” The accessories supplier was also recognized by the group...

Mohawk Group continues DesignFWD CEU series

Calhoun, Ga.— Mohawk Group announced the return of its free series of accredited DesignFWD CEUs, first launched in 2020. Due to a very positive...

Ceramic: Using digital tools to connect in-store

By Megan Salzano If you haven’t implemented a digital strategy to help generate more sales, you’re already behind the curve. The COVID-19 pandemic helped...
Some text some message..
X