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Laminate flooring.

FreeStyle[TM] by SelecTech Flooring Products is a commercial resilient laminate tile installed without adhesive. A proprietary interlocking edge and flexible resilient waterproof base allow FreeStyle to be free-laid directly over problem subfloors with high moisture content, cracks, or irregular surfaces, as well as over most existing flooring, including asbestos tile, resilient, wood, concrete, VCT, and carpet tile. Formulated for high-use areas in institutional applications, FreeStyle requires no special installation training or maintenance and is backed by a 10-year warranty. It is the only commercial resilient laminate made with recycled materials and helps meet LEED criteria for recycled content.

Snapped together, FreeStyle's interlocking edges become invisible and can be walked on immediately. FreeStyle tiles contain an antimicrobial agent that resists bacteria, fungi, mold, and mildew formation, and moisture does not remain trapped beneath the tiles. Tiles can be easily removed and replaced if damaged without cutting, as well as moved and reused for a variety of temporary or seasonal applications.

Patterns include slate-look Classic Stone, available in six colors, and wood-grain Nature's Wood, available in Red Oak, Cherry, Maple, and Pear. Custom FreeStyle colors, patterns, and logos are also available.


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Title Annotation:Product Spotlight
Publication:Nursing Homes
Date:Sep 1, 2003
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