A ground-breaking flooring system is set to take centre stage at the world’s leading event for sustainable design and construction.
And a model of the package, featuring the substrate through to final floor finish, will be on show at Ecobuild 2014, at Flowcrete’s stand N340.
Ideal for new build and refurbishment projects, GREEN Floorzone is a single warranty floor build-up programme featuring a number of sustainable options including choices in resin floor finish and self-levelling screed.
Further optional elements include the Isowarm underfloor heating system, which offers energy efficient savings of up to 30 per cent compared to conventional heating systems, and Iscocrete Acoustic Foam, which reduces sound transfer between floors, a feature of significant benefit for multi-level occupancy buildings.
The single source nature of the system offers another sustainability benefit. All products arrive on site from one source and, with just one contractor responsible for the entire installation, there is no wastage.
All seamless resin floor finishes are supported by Flowcrete’s market-leading and newly enhanced Isocrete Floor Screeds range, which have been given a green makeover with a new formulation free from Ordinary Portland Cement (OPC) and manufactured from a high percentage of recycled raw materials.
The services of Flowcrete’s internal project management division can also be utilised to ensure the flooring installation is completed to the highest standards, on time and on budget.
“It’s one of the most sustainable and complete flooring solutions available from a single manufacturer and there are a string of options such as energy-saving underfloor heating and a noise reducing acoustic layer.
“Our pioneering systems have been specified by architects and construction professionals for 30 years and we’re confident GREEN Floorzone is a solution which will ensure that continues for many years to come.”
Specifers can learn more about GREEN Floorzone at http://www.flowcrete.co.uk/the-floorzone/the-green-floorzone/
Ecobuild takes place at ExCeL in London from Tuesday, March 4 to Thursday, March 6.