Have you considered all the different types of flooring available? ProjectLink connects you with all the flooring specialists offering a large variety of flooring. ProjectLink has 18 subcategories to breakdown the different types of flooring available this includes bamboo, carpet, stone and floorboards. The flooring available can be used for commercial or residential buildings both internally and externally. Flooring is an important element to any building project; it is a permanent covering that becomes a structured surface to walk on. When choosing the right type of flooring it all depends on which area is being covered as flooring is created to cover a specific area.
If you are in need of flooring for your building project then browse through the vast range of flooring listed below. By choosing to view a product or service you will be able to get in touch with the supplier directly.
Guardian's ground-breaking Peel, Bond & Walk technology is state-of-the-art in its design, yet simple and easy to install, giving it an immediate practical appeal that fully complies with the Australian Standards and Disability Discrimination Act.
This AS/NZS 1589 approved range of floor wastes is manufactured in premium grade nickel bronze or stainless steel. This makes them ideal for internal, external environments and even corrosive or marine environments at any building project site.
Dulux Protective Coatings is a leading manufacturer & supplier of quality protective coatings. Servicing the Australia-Pacific region ...
We provide decorative paving solutions for architectural and traffic management applications in the commercial, government and domestic ...
Spill Station Australia is proud to be celebrating 33 years of helping to protect the Australian environment from pollution caused by ...
Suppliers of quality flooring products including; rubber floors, vinyl floors, entrance matting, stair nosing, slip retardant and ...
Guardian Tactile Systems was incorporated in March 2003 to manufacture and market high quality Tactile Ground Surface Indicators for ...
DTAC pioneered architectural Tactile Ground Surface Indicators (TGSI's) in Australia and continue to deliver the most aesthetic NCC-BCA ...
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