School and community sporting facilities are finally giving athletes an edge in their game, with thanks to Tarkettâ€™s clever range of indoor sports flooring.
July 2nd, 2009
Indoor sports surface experts at Tarkett are providing Australia’s future sportspeople with the best facilities to set them ahead of their competitors.
Tarkett’s wide range of surfaces is globally renowned for its safety and acoustic properties, which allow for proper impact absorption and aid in reducing noise levels.
Gone are the days where a workman can blame his tools, or a sportsman his surroundings, as Tarkett introduces Omnisports; a range of point elastic PVC surfaces that are known to actually improve sports performance.
There could not be a more opportune time for Omnisports to hit the market as government funding, already being rolled out, is allowing every Australian school to proceed with refurbishments and improve facilities such as sporting centres and halls.
Omnisports are available in a broad selection of colours and wood patterns, giving designers the flexibility to choose sports flooring which compliments the look and feel of the complex.
Honouring user-friendly principles, Tarkett ensures that Omnisports surfaces are designed to both reduce maintenance levels and enhance the appearance of sporting facilities.
Tarkett offers a collection of modern indoor sports flooring utilizing a variety of materials including PVC, wood, linoleum, polyurethane and textiles.
No matter what their level of expertise, students and sportspeople alike will rediscover their competitive spirit and be drawn to the court once more, with the help of Tarkett’s innovative sports flooring selection.
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