At Tarkett, we believe that people are happiest when they are offered choices that help them balance their needs and stay faithful to their values. And that’s true whether you are creating a vision for your home or designing a major acute care facility. That’s why we’ve developed the world’s most extensive system of flooring and services, so our customers – whether they are homeowners, architects or facility managers – can more easily accomplish the many balancing acts in life. Our floors are beautiful yet durable, easy to maintain and are comfortable so you and your clients can enjoy and be productive in everyday life.
With the wide variety of integrated flooring options we offer, we are sure that you will find the best solution with Tarkett. Tarkett produces a wide range of sustainable and coordinated floors in different materials and types such as modular carpet, broadloom and woven, vinyl, linoleum, rubber and laminate. In fact, Tarkett produces so many types of flooring, you’ve probably already lived, worked, played, studied or even recuperated on our flooring in your home, school, hospital, retail store or office.
We also celebrate our rich history, one that goes hand-in-hand with that of the flooring industry, because many of the names that have helped form Tarkett as a company are those that have shaped the flooring world for more than 100 years: Azrock, Johnsonite, Tandus, Centiva, Domco, Harris Tarkett and Nafco. And today we have grown to employ more than 12,000 people worldwide in 34 production centers and sales within over 100 countries.
For over a century, Tarkett has nurtured and grown into a clear industry leader with a passionate focus on simple, confident customer experiences. With size, resources and award-winning products for all market segments, Tarkett has a distinct understanding of your interior finish needs – for the home or for commercial use – so you can feel confident you’ve made the right choice with Tarkett.
Laminate is a floor covering that appears similar to hardwood but is made with a plywood or medium density fiberboard core with a plastic laminate top layer. Laminate may be more durable than hardwood, but cannot be refinished like hardwood.
Laminate plank flooring is a multi-layer product fused together. Laminate flooring planks simulate wood grain with a photographic layer under a clear protective finish. It is usually easier to install and maintain than traditional hardwood flooring.
Luxury Vinyl Tile comes in a variety of lengths and widths. Therefore, it’s better suited for imitating materials like stone, granite, and concrete. LVT can float, peel-and-stick, be glued down, or snap together for easy installation.
Luxury Vinyl Plank can mimic the look of traditional hardwood floors. They can float, be glued down, or snap together. LVP can also be smooth or textured to mimic different types of materials.
Luxury vinyl flooring (LVF) differs from standard vinyl flooring in its ability to closely mimic the look of natural materials, such as wood, ceramic, or stone. It accomplishes this by a surface layer that has a very realistic photo-created image.
Linoleum is the most sustainable flooring choice. It is made with linseed oil, pine rosin, ground cork dust, wood flour, and mineral fillers. Naturally resilient and insulating linoleum can help reduce energy used for heating, cooling and lighting.
Vinyl cove base provides a finishing touch to any room. It is an inexpensive option if your looking for an way to add protection because its outer wear layer resists scuffs and scratches and covers minor flaws in wall and floor.
Vinyl floor tile is frequently chosen for high-traffic areas because of its low cost, durability, and ease of maintenance. VCT has high resilience to abrasion and impact damage and can be repeatedly refinished with strippers and buffing equipment.
Rubber floor tiles are especially useful in situations where it is desired to have high-traction floors or protection for an easily breakable floor.
Rubber sheet flooring offers excellent resilience, endurance and dimensional stability. It provides maximum underfoot comfort with a high aesthetic appeal. It is more comfortable to walk on than other hard surface flooring.
Unlike traditional vinyl or wood base, rubber wall base features the best fading, cracking, scuff, abrasive and puncture resistance. Reinforced for unmatched durability, rubber cove base is ideal for tough, demanding commercial applications.
Unlike tiles which are made of minerals, resilient flooring is made of materials that have some elasticity, giving the flooring a degree of flexibility called resilience. The flooring is available in large sheets or pre-cut tiles.
Sheet vinyl flooring has been around for decades and is still very popular. It's made using a printing process that mimics the look of natural stone, ceramic tile or hardwood. It comes in a roll that is cut to size, perfect for kitchens and bathrooms.
Rubber flooring is meant to keep people safe on their feet, as some areas work enviorments can be hazardous. Industrial workers can easily injure themselves while on the job. Rubber flooring provides a high level of slip resistance.