Armstrong DLW GmbH revolutionizes the world of flooring with a genuinely natural linoleum. Sustainable, healthy and resilient, Naturecore is the aesthetic and functional alternative to real wood and laminate flooring.For the first time, a linoleum takes on the look of a natural wood floor. This step, which will be launched in June 2015, is a real innovation in the flooring sector, offering an aesthetically impeccable and technically perfect solution.
Naturecore, which belongs to the DLW Luxury Linoleum range of Armstrong DLW GmbH, is available in 18 different models. From the classic oak or beech to the most current different types of finishes. It is available in a format of 120 x 20 cm, which makes it much easier to install and much easier to handle than roll flooring.
This is its classic format, ideal for continuous floors. It is sold in 2 m or 4 m width. In this format you will be able to acquire some of its cut collections. Multitude of models in synthetic fibers as well as in natural fibers. In addition, you will find all the existing textures: cut pile, needlepunched and looped.
If you have ever asked yourself: How much does linoleum cost? You should know that linoleum is inexpensive within the group of coatings of natural origin. This is one of the advantages we wanted to highlight from the rest, since we can have a quality and versatile material, at an economical price.
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What more could we ask for than a floor covering made with renewable materials, resistant, easy to maintain and with a great variety of aesthetic possibilities. Surely this is what we all look for when we want to place floors in rooms or environments where the traffic of people is very large. We need a resistant material that is easy to clean and maintain and, why not, that is not harmful to the environment.
Linoleum is made from natural materials such as linseed oil, wood flour, cork and various resins, achieving a resistance even greater than that of parquet or tiling, for example.
As for how to clean it daily, it is only necessary to scrub it with warm water and neutral liquid soap. It is advisable to avoid the use of aggressive cleaners, such as bleach or ammonia, nor solvents or alkaline products, since we run the risk that the coating loses part of its coloration, as well as the color of the floor.
What is linoleum
One of the easiest ways to change the look of your school, kindergarten or cultural center is to install linoleum flooring. But that is not its greatest advantage, it is natural, resistant and is one of the most sustainable and ecological pavements that exist. We tell you all about this type of flooring.
Linoleum is a flooring made from biological materials. Its composition, based on natural elements such as cork, color pigments, resin, jute, limestone, wood flour and linseed oil, makes it a product made from 98% recyclable raw materials.
It is a Carbon Neutral product from start to finish, i.e. CO2 emissions are neutral during the first stages of the product’s life cycle, from the cultivation of raw materials to the end of the production process (cradle to gate).
The soil must be very clean and dry for the material to adhere properly. In addition, irregularities such as elevations, gaps or imperfections must be avoided. This will ensure that the floor holds well and does not lift over time.