Engineered to last, the ultra-low maintenance, water resistant and hard wearing LVT flooring far outperforms traditional laminates. With beautifully crafted natural finishes you can bring your indoor spaces to life with the impressive selection of luxury vinyl flooring tiles.
Forbo flooring is the leading and most sustainable LVT system on the market, designed with the environment at it’s core. With a long working life backed up by full warranties, manufactured with recycled materials where possible and produced using 100% renewable energy, this is a beautifully sustainable solution for all interior spaces.
Forbo LVT flooring is made with up to 20% recycled content in the backing from both post-consumer and manufacturing by-product waste. Forbo operate a nationwide ‘Back to the Floor’ collection scheme for clean off-cuts of their products to be recycled back into manufacturing. Collections are FREE and as landfill taxes are now £86.10 per tonne, you can make substantial savings by using their Back to the Floor recycling scheme.
Manufacturing of Forbo flooring is powered entirely by renewable energy and is and the production sites achieve ISO14001 certification, making Forbo products a truly low carbon choice. A closed loop manufacturing system is also employed, with both post-consumer and post production off-cuts being recycled back into new products.
The boards have been engineered to last far beyond standard timber products, helping to reduce the wasteful short use and replace cycle. Additionally, as the LVT does not require treating over it’s life, no harmful chemicals are required every year to keep the floor looking great. Where possible the products have also been designed to enable them to be recycled back into usable material after their usable life.
To go that bit further, EnviroBuild are proud to donate 10% of profits to sustainable causes, unmatched in the industry. It is our aim to that our complete activities and products are carbon negative and we help create real long term solutions without simply ‘greenwashing’.