Low Income Housing

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Low Income Housing

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New Road Court Housing Development
Bridgend, UK

PRODUCTS USED: Secura PUR, Polysafe Wood fx Acoustix PUR, Polysafe Wood fx PUR & Polysafe Hydro Evolve

Polyflor’s vinyl flooring was recently installed at Wales & West Housing’s new social housing development in the popular seaside town of Porthcawl, Bridgend.

Around 2500m2 of Polyflor flooring was installed by Artisan Flooring of Swansea to help create 40 brand new, affordable homes at New Road Court which has been built by local construction company Jehu in partnership with Bridgend County Borough Council and the Welsh Government.

Polyflor’s Secura PUR flooring in the bold Antique Herringbone 2129 design was installed throughout the apartments in kitchens, corridors, bedrooms and living spaces.

High performance, decorative Polysafe safety flooring was fitted in the bathrooms to provide sustainable slip resistance in these frequently wet areas. Polysafe Wood fx PUR in authentic Rustic Oak 3337 was installed in the ground floor apartment bathrooms whilst Polysafe Wood fx Acoustix PUR, which features an integrated closed cell foam backing for improved acoustic performance, was used in the upper floor apartments. Polysafe Hydro Evolve in Indus 4251 was also installed in some of the ground floor bathrooms where a walk in shower suitable for disabled use have been fitted.

“We are delighted with the finished flooring at New Road Court, as are the residents who have now moved in. The wood effect designs in particular really add impact to the interiors. These new homes comply with the Welsh Government Design Quality Requirement (DQR) standards and achieve a minimum Code for Sustainable Homes level 3+.”
– Johann Horton, Development Officer at Wales & West Housing

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