As you would expect, we take sustainability seriously and all the products we recommend will come with individual EPDs so you can select the best solution for your project. However, there are a few principles you can apply when thinking about your flooring specification to make sure it delivers a more sustainable solution.
First off, choosing natural materials like cork can be a great option. Opting for durable floors that have a long lifespan reduces the need for replacement and cuts down on waste. Using flooring that requires less resources during manufacturing, such as low-energy production or low water usage, can also help to minimise impact. Select flooring materials that are easy to recycle or repurpose and ensure natural floors, like wood and cork, are sourced responsibly. Finally, opting for low impact installation and floors that require minimal maintenance can be a great way to minimise ongoing impact.
We know that flooring is just one part of the design and construction process that you need to consider, so we’re here to give you the support you need. With years of independent knowledge, our products are best-in-class, and we only work with manufacturers that meet our high standards. This means you can be confident in the choices you make from across our brands, but there’s more to working with Flooring Providers too.
Our in-depth portfolio can help you to find more cost-effective solutions for your budget without compromising in-situ performance, while our technical experts are on hand throughout your project to help with your flooring challenges. We’re also committed to the environment and can make sure your project benefits from the best sustainable products. The Dublin showroom
is home to an extensive materials library that’s open to architects and designers throughout the week.
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