ALPINE is soft underneath and low maintenance but with the strength of stone, making it an ideal flooring solution for living spaces, kitchens, bedrooms, foyers and hallways.
ALPINE Stone Composite, the latest innovation in flooring provides exceptional durability, temperature stability, and impact resistance. It is a simple yet attractive option for updating flooring.
ALPINE planks are made up of five distinct layers, each working in partnership to create a floor that will stand up to the tough demands of life. These layers are bonded together in a one-step heat fusion process, not glued, so they won't de-laminate.
The three recent Auckland projects above showcase the best of ALPINE with some incredible results:
The first stunning home designed by Andrea Burney of Yellowfox, features ALPINE Californian Oak throughout the kitchen and living areas.
The second is designed and built by Westmoreland Homes and features ALPINE European Oak, and the third is by Signature Homes featuring Spotted Gum.
ALPINE is available in 14 colours and in the on-trend longer plank size, 230 x 1524mm.
Key Benefits of ALPINE:
- Free of VOCs (Volatile Organic Compounds)
- Water resistant
- Stain resistant
- Easy to maintain and clean
- R9 slip resistance, P3 slip resistance (.37 Pendulum wet test)
- STC (Sound Transmission Class) = 67
- IIC (Impact Insulation Class) = 69
- Wear class 34 - heavy commercial
- Higher density, more rigid and more durable than laminate flooring means minor subfloor imperfections will not telegraph through
- Environmentally conscious primary material of 70% Limestone resulting in extra rigidity.
- Stone Composite is 4x more dimensionally stable than LVT & 10x more impact resistant than WPC
- No acclimatisation needed, easy click installation
- Large area installation without transitions
- Lower sound transmission; backed with EVA
- The I4F “fold-down” locking system has a far superior locking strength
- Made from all Virgin material yet 100% recyclable
- Orthophthalates-free, No DOP, No DINP
- FloorScore accredited production
- In the case of a flood, the floor can be unzipped, dried, and re-laid (unlike laminate, carpet or wooden flooring)
NB: Like all overlay flooring, Alpine is water-resistant as opposed to waterproof. It is not recommended for use over waterproof membranes as water could pool in the void and encourage mould.