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Moroccan Tiles

Friday, 25 August 2017

Traditional Moroccan are very beautiful. They give a retro feeling, and are still very rural. However, there are a few disadvantages for tiles like that. They are extremely expensive, the seams are not easy to clean and if one breaks, they are not easy to replace. Fortunately, we have a great solution at BRICOFLOR!

Tarkett Starfloor Click 30 "Retro Orange Blue"

This cheap alternative is from Tarkett. It is a LVT click flooring with the design of Moroccan Tiles. Eight tiles are shown on one big tile. The LVT tiles have a size of 60.05 x31 cm. This means that the tiles are approximately 15 x 15 cm. The best alternative for in your kitchen, living room or hallway.

These are available in three different colours:

Tarkett Starfloor Click 30 "Retro Black White" Tarkett Starfloor Click 30 "Retro Black White"
Tarkett Starfloor Click 30 "Retro Orange Blue" Tarkett Starfloor Click 30 "Retro Orange Blue"
Tarkett Starfloor Click 30 "Retro Indigo" Tarkett Starfloor Click 30 "Retro Indigo"

Many advantages of the Moroccan tiles from Tarkett

They are not only cheaper, but they have more advantages. One of the many advantages is that they are easy to install. It holds an easy click system, which is also commonly used with LVT flooring and laminate. You do not need to hire a professional in order to install, which is another story for the cement Moroccan tiles. These are also very suitable for underfloor heating.

Thanks to the 0.3 mm thick wear layer, the floor is protected against scratches, abrasions and dents. It therefore has a wear class of 23/31, which makes it suitable for heavy use at home. In addition, the surface is treated PUR, which further contributes to the abrasion resistance and makes cleaning easier. Unfortunately, these are not waterproof, therefore not suitable for the bathroom.

The Tarkett Starfloor Click 30 is available starting from £24.50 per m².

Do you have any questions? Do you want to order a large quantity? Contact us!

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