Has anyone come across Pro-Tek Flooring WPC LVT?

Discussion in 'Vinyl / Impervious floor coverings' started by Arla, Jul 5, 2019.

  1. Arla

    Arla Active Member

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    Was in Leeds and the flooring store and the salesman was telling me about this - seems to have great qualities- 0.7mm wear layer with lifetime warranty. It's a click in system though.

    Has anyone come across this?
     
  2. Glenn H

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    Is it Chinese?
     
  3. dazlight

    dazlight Super Moderator

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    My mate has that in his shop. Waiting to hear if it’s any good.
    I have no clicks but looking to get a rigid click in
     
  4. d'Arcy

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    Got a stand in the shop. Seems a really nice product. Also, one of the few companies to actually do all the extras, like thresholds and beading to match the design. They won a UK Flooring Innovation award last year.

    Problem is, everyone still seems to go for the Core-tec at our place though....
     
  5. Arla

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    Its British but not sure where its manufactured.
     
  6. Arla

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    Where is your shop?

    Is pro-tek an established company or a new start up?
     
  7. d'Arcy

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    We're based in the West Midlands.

    I don't think they've been around too long - but as I said, the product does seem quite nice.
     
  8. Arla

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    What floor prep would be required for the pro-tek? Suitable for a kitchen?
     
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  10. Arla

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    I am interested in the stone designs, but as a click in product I could not make it look like stone tiles with grout lines?
     
  11. d'Arcy

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    Well, the tiles are large format. So I think they're going for that laid flagstone/slab look.
     

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