Bel Air, Md.—Spartan Surfaces has entered into a distribution agreement with Tarkett in its Mid-Atlantic footprint. Starting Jan. 1, 2017, Spartan Surfaces will be a distributor of the Tarkett commercial focused brands including the Tarkett Collection (homogeneous, heterogeneous, LVT and linoleum flooring), Johnsonite (rubber flooring, stairwell systems, wall base and accessories) and the Azrock Collection (VCT, VET and SVT). Spartan Surfaces will distribute these Tarkett brands in southern New Jersey, central and eastern Pennsylvania, Delaware, Maryland, and Northern Virginia including Washington DC.
“We are excited to be associated with an innovative and design focused flooring manufacturer that provides impactful solutions for our architectural and design focused clients,” said Kevin Jablon, owner of Spartan Surfaces.
Spartan Surfaces will be carrying significant inventory of each of Tarkett’s brands at its headquarters and main warehouse in Bel Air, Md. “The Tarkett family of products provides the perfect complement to our Spartan product portfolio that includes design oriented product solutions and dependable flooring supply products, which will lead to a very successful business relationship for 2017 and beyond,” Jablon said.
To further strengthen their wide range of product designs, Johnsonite, the commercial arm of Tarkett and provider of high-performance flooring systems, is introducing a range of new and improved solutions for innovative and sustainable flooring with their Vinyl Composition Tile (VCT) and TexTile VCT collections. Ideal for high traffic areas, the new designs and expanded color options for this classic product increase design flexibility with a modern palette and competitive pricing. Continue reading Johnsonite introduces new and expanded Azrock VCT line
Chagrin Falls, Ohio – To further improve the way Tarkett products impact Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) and the health of building occupants, the company recently announced it is making several product advancements to have all North American products under the limit of quantification – less than 10 micrograms per cubic meter – for TVOCs (Total Volatile Organic Compound). The company has already begun to significantly reduce product emissions and several of its products – Johnsonite’s homogeneous sheet and tile flooring, SVT (solid vinyl tile), VET (vinyl enhanced tile) and VCT (vinyl composition tile) – are already at less than 10 micrograms per cubic meter. Continue reading Tarkett strives to meet highest indoor air quality standards