PolyFlor Flooring at J40 Wakefield
Based near Manchester, Polyflor began initially as James Halstead Ltd in 1915. James Halstead developed a procedure whereby woven cotton textiles were dyed and waterproofed in a precursor to present day Vinyl manufacture. In 1971 Polyflor developed the first single layer homogeneous flooring product and in 1983 the first development in safety flooring.
In the Expona, Camaro and Affinity 255 ranges of Luxury Vinyl flooring, Polyflor presents a superb range of authentic look and feel surface textures closely akin to wood, stone, slate and marble, but with the premium performance expected of a contemporary floor product.
Specifications include a polyurethane layer ensuring low maintenance, 40% recycled content, with additional slip resistance. Flooring designs are realistically close to a wide variety of authentic woods, and with design input providing thoughtfulness into pattern return and overall aesthetic quality. There is a sleekness of style, a modernity that is captured and particularly attractive to the contemporary interior.