PEOPLE value their personal space and make sure it achieves the ideals of their dream home. Whether it’s for a new family or a simple home renovation, they are always on the lookout for better but affordable products or technologies to achieve a more comfortable and practical living space, while maintaining a high aesthetic standard.
One aspect that gets a lot of attention is the flooring. Not only does this affect the overall design of a house, the functionality and accessibility of the space is also highly dependent on the material used.
That’s why Mariwasa, the nation’s leading homebuilding solutions provider, has recently come up with a new flooring solution that lasts a long time and gives you a premium appearance with more practical benefits and also allows you to respect your budget.
To pursue its goal of becoming a one-stop-shop with all the essentials needed to build a quality home, Mariwasa launched Luxury Vinyl Tiles or LVT Dry Back and Stone Plastic Composite Floorboards or SPC Easy Click as part of their flooring solution for low-income families.
Each product carries the Mariwasa seal of approval as it has undergone rigorous quality checks and other qualification tests before being released to market, creating affordable, creative and durable materials that customers love.
Mariwasa LVT Dry Back is designed to replicate hard flooring materials, such as stone or wood, but is more practical than the materials mentioned. The tile uses a real photographic print film and clear vinyl layer with a wide variety of design concepts such as Sierra Gray, Sierra Beige, Sierra Ivory and Sierra Brown.
Meanwhile, the Mariwasa SPC Easy Click is an engineered luxury vinyl that combines limestones and stabilizers to create an extremely durable material, making it suitable for residential and commercial use. It also exists in different models such as Avana Gray, Avana Beige, Avana Brown and Avana Dark Brown.
The variety of design provides residential and commercial owners with modern options that best suit their preferences.
Benefits of using Mariwasa floor tiles
A common concern among homeowners is how to apply their new fixtures. Mariwasa has created a solution to this in its new floor tiles with the Mariwasa SPC Easy Click which is built with a click locking system which makes installation easier and faster. Only a few tools are needed to accomplish this task.
Besides being easy to install, there are several other features that make Mariwasa’s new floor tiles stand out. These products are also resistant to various factors that can affect the overall quality of the tiles. This includes resistance to scratches, water, spills and stains, as well as termite resistance.
Mariwasa LVT Dry Back and SPC Easy Click also prevent the growth of bacteria on their surfaces and other areas to protect residents from bacteria or disease that can harm their health and their pets. Tiles are also easy to maintain as all it takes is a damp mop to wipe them down. The tiles also have an ultraviolet (UV) coating and wear layer which makes the floor easy to clean and protect for everyday use. Most importantly, Mariwasa LVT Dry Back and SPC Easy Click were designed to be more than easy to maintain and comfortable. Mariwasa has ensured that the well-being of the environment is also taken into account by using 100% recyclable materials to make its floor tiles.
As a pioneer of the ceramic tile industry in the Philippines, Mariwasa continues to innovate and create products that adapt to modern trends and are the preference of homeowners, without having to sacrifice the quality that made them known. on the market.
With their LVT Dry Back and SPC Easy Click, Mariwasa offers homeowners a convenient option along with several other features that set the products apart on the market. Not only are they affordable and easy to maintain, they are also easy to install!
So if you are looking for a modern and practical floor tile that is top quality but won’t burn a hole in your pocket, then the answer is in Mariwasa.
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