Floorometry 101 by Construction Specialties has arrived in Australia for the very first time.
February 18th, 2011
Next time you’re shopping at Westfield Sydney, take a look at what’s underfoot.
Floorometry 101 by Construction Specialties – used for the first time in Australia – is a 45.7 x 45.7 cm tile with a stylish stainless steel grilled finish.
The tile captures dirt and moisture, keeping surrounding areas dry and clean.
“There is no other stainless steel or even metal protection system with a sophisticated architectural finish like Floorometry on the market,” said Construction Specialties General Manager, Bill Maloukis.
“I’m thrilled to be bringing a product range of this calibre to Australia, with Floorometry a tribute to form and function and unique for this market.”
Floorometry is versatile and can be applied in numerous commercial settings, from retail to schools, kitchens and hospitals.
The tile is durable and the design can be easily tailored to suit any aesthetic needs.
Sophisticated and high-strength, Floorometry 101 is set to revolutionise Australian commercial interiors.
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