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Heckmondwike offers complete flooring solution for care & sheltered housing

Heckmondwike, one of the UK’s leading fibre bonded carpet and carpet tile manufacturers, is now offering a complete solution for the care sector through its Pure Care and Total Care ranges.

Pure Care and Total Care are ideally suited to healthcare environments or sheltered housing, whether that be in communal areas, corridors or bedrooms. Available in different pile weights, both types of carpet feature a fully impervious backing, are highly resistant to staining and bleach and are extremely durable. They are also manufactured to meet all relevant flammability tests. Available in four metre widths, these carpets are very easy to fit and offer low installation costs. They also offer antistatic properties.

Both Pure Care and Total Care are available in eight different attractive colour options.

Jeremy Broadhead, Commercial Manager for Heckmondwike, said: “Demand is strong for our high performance, stain resistant carpets for care homes and sheltered housing. With a wide choice of colours within each range, there is something to suit all tastes and applications.”

Heckmondwike also offers a range of entrance products, which are suitable for care homes and sheltered housing. This includes Vanquisher, with its alternative rib and velour surface pattern. Vanquisher is ideal for protecting carpets from outside soiling and moisture. It also offers thermal and acoustic properties and low maintenance.

Also for entrance areas, Heckmondwike offers mats featuring bespoke logos and designs for care homes and healthcare environments that are DDA approved. These can be either incorporated into a loose lay mat or inlaid into the floor in entrance areas. Heckmondwike offers 20 different colour options and mats are available in bespoke sizes to suit specific applications.

Sample cards are available on request by calling 01924 406161 or visiting the website www.heckmondwike-fb.co.uk.