Neolith: Engineered for Flooring

As well as the people that live inside, it is the products within a space that help create atmosphere and bring home environments to life. One such product is Neolith, a sintered compact surface that can be used across all surfaces, from kitchens and bathrooms to floors and outdoors. Here, we chat to Neolith's Australian supplier CDK Stone, about how it can be used to elevate living spaces. 

27 Oct 2015 —   Sponsored

 

In the area of surface materials for the home, the number of choices available is every increasing. Each material offers its own suite of benefits, many of which are the result of years of complex research and development. One of the most versatile and innovative on the market is Neolith, a sintered compact surface slab that is redefining the future of interior design.

With an extensive range of colours and finishes, Neolith is a designer product that has created exciting possibilities for interior decorating applications, flooring and exterior cladding projects. Because of its large slab format, the material has minimal seam joins, making it an ideal flooring solution.

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“Neolith is suited to floors because it is impervious to high traffic. This makes it suitable not only for domestic floors, but it is so resistant to wear and tear, it can be used for commercial projects as well,” says CDK Stone’s Nathan Karpenko. “Being virtually water proof with an absorbtion level of almost zero, it is easy to clean and will cope with almost any spillage.”

“Apart from these benefits, Neolith has the advantage of coming in a wide range of colours and finishes that will never fade, warp or scratch. You can match or contrast any area, using this to flow with the same material from indoors to out.”

Solid, durable, low maintainance and easy to clean, Neolith is a high-quality and long-life material that offers peace of mind for those who walk over it.

CDK Stone
cdkstone.com.au