LUNA is a flexible multi-purpose homogeneous vinyl with a non-directional polychrome design in a matt finish. Colour dyed as a raw mixture to ensure even colour throughout the thickness, LUNA offers design flexibility coupled with supreme chemical resistance and ease of maintenance. Its’ patented surface treatment – Evercare™ – acts as a barrier against stains and chemical compounds typically found in medical or administrative environments.
MJ FlooringMJ Flooring is a family business, based in Cape Town, South Africa.With over 35 years worth of solid experience in the flooring industry, our professional team is dedicated to service excellence. We strive to go out of our way to bring you the perfect flooring solution. Whether you're looking for solid bamboo, engineered, carpeted or laminate floors, MJ Flooring has the right floor to meet your needs.
Design AcroArchitectural company offering full architectural services and project management in the Eastern Cape, leader of quality architectural design of the highest standards appropriate for the South African context and culture, developing globally respected and sound business solutions.
D & H Flooring ccD & H Floorings services include: sanding of existing wooden flooring, laminated flooring, vinyl flooring, ceramic tiles, underfloor heating, installation of solid wooden floors and wall to wall carpeting.
Wonder Flooring (Pty) LtdWonder Flooring are sole distributors of a very large array of flooring products, including the house brand - Delta Carpets Broadloom, contract and domestic carpets, Armstrong DLW vinyl tiles and sheeting products and FLOTEX commercial flooring.
Polyflor SA is a proudly South African Company that specialises in vinyl flooring and protection solutions. While Polyflor SA offers you the complete range of vinyl floor and protection products, it is our professional advisory and support services that sets us apart. This is because the selection of the right vinyl product is but one of seven key steps in ensuring a successful flooring solution. And it tends to be within the other 6 steps where things go wrong.