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The lat­est in floor­ing from Car­pet Court is durable and adapt­able – per­fect for the hard­est-work­ing room in the house, no mat­ter what the de­sign.

It’s of­ten said the kitchen is the most im­por­tant room in the house: you need floor­ing that works hard in a de­mand­ing en­vi­ron­ment as well as look­ing good. Car­pet Court’s range of floor­ing op­tions are ideally suited to do both.

Krono Swiss Gi­ant Beach

A pre­mium Euro­pean laminate floor­ing: great look­ing and tough enough for your high­est traf­fic ar­eas, it’s both scratch and im­pact re­sis­tant, car­ry­ing the most ro­bust sur­face rat­ing avail­able in laminate floor­ing. The prod­uct doesn’t need wax­ing or pol­ish­ing, and has also been de­vel­oped to be colour­fast, which will pre­vent fad­ing in New Zealand’s harsh sun­light. Over­size planks in a range of de­signs and colours pro­vide a stun­ning vis­ual fin­ish with a unique char­ac­ter.

Quick­step Bam­boo Nat­u­ral

It’s hard not to fall for this bam­boo floor­ing: it’s harder to ig­nore its en­vi­ron­men­tal cre­den­tials. Quick­step Bam­boo is both stun­ning and long-last­ing but be­cause bam­boo is so fast grow­ing – it reaches full ma­tu­rity and hard­ness in five or six years – it’s also rapidly re­new­ing. The floor pan­els are coated 10 times, pro­duc­ing a scratch-re­sis­tant fin­ish. A stun­ning, long-last­ing floor – and one made with re­spect for the en­vi­ron­ment.

Krono Swiss Sync Chrome Zer­matt Oak

This pre­mium laminate is pro­duced in Switzer­land at the most mod­ern, en­vi­ron­men­tally friendly pro­duc­tion fa­cil­ity of its kind. Avail­able in eight limed oaks in mod­ern colour tones from light to dark, it looks and feels like a pre­cious hard­wood floor – un­ri­valled in depth and pre­ci­sion, it will pro­vide you a spec­tac­u­larly unique char­ac­ter to your floor­ing. There’s no need to wax, pol­ish or sand, and it stays look­ing like the day you laid it – for years and years.

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