Traviata Flooring Systems Tru-Wood XL, RigidCore Vinyl, Laminate Flooring, Glue Down and accesories such as profiles, skirtings and underlays.
location_on Johannesburg, Gauteng
D&D Roof Insulations
Roof insulation materials
D&D Roof Insulations specialises in the supply of roof and ceiling insulation materials to the construction industry. Established in 1999.
location_on Pretoria, Gauteng
Matco (a brand of COBA Africa)
Mats of Distinction
Matco - a brand of COBA Africa, entrance mats, logo mats and doormats. Commercial flooring and matting solutions, safety products, floor and barrier tapes.
location_on Kempton Park, Gauteng
Plasrik SA
We manufacture Kalahari Quartz Floor Tiles.
Brochures
today23 Jun 2017
verified_userMatco (a brand of COBA Africa)

MK1: Recycled Rubber and Plastic Interlocking Floor Tiles

MK1 recycled rubber and plastic interlocking floor tiles are made from a recycled rubber thermoplastic compound. It is highly durable, ideal for gym floors. No adhesive is required…
today23 Jun 2017
verified_userMatco (a brand of COBA Africa)

MK1: Recycled Rubber & Plastic Interlocking Floor Tiles

MK1 is made from a recycled rubber thermoplastic compound. It is highly durable, suitable for industrial use. No adhesive is required. It is ideal for workshops, garages, storerooms, factories…
News & Product Highlights
today4 Nov 2013

Tough and versatile

Belgotex Commercial has introduced Versatile, a tough new semi-flexible vinyl tile suitable for virtually any type of installation.
today16 Jan 2012

Protecting bars from flair bartenders and more

COBA Plastics offers a number of products suitable for kitting out bar areas, protecting glasses, reducing spills and ensuring that your bar is as well-protected as it can be from over-zealous or inexperienced flair bartenders (with apologies to those professionals who never ever drop a bottle or spill a drop).
today12 Jun 2012
verified_userTraviata Flooring Systems

How environmentally friendly is vinyl flooring?

Because Traviloc and other vinyl flooring is PVC based its “Green” credentials are often questioned. The article below explains the issue in more detail.