Australia’s largest flooring retailer, Carpet Court announces a brand new flooring category designed for use throughout every interior space. The new Multilayer Hybrid is an exclusive collection of flooring options comprising of three game-changing ranges from two suppliers – Veles by Godfrey Hirst, and Aqua Tuf in Standard and Longboard options from Embelton.

Multilayer Hybrid combines the waterproof properties of vinyl, the durability of laminate and the look of timber to deliver an all-purpose flooring solution. Thanks to an innovative multi-layer technology, the new Multilayer Hybrid flooring features a tough protective wear layer, stylish decorative film, composite core board and pre-adhered underlay.

The composite core panels built into each board render the range 100 per cent waterproof and provide excellent stability for Australia’s variable climates. This means the flooring boards will not expand, contract or warp with changing temperatures. Multilayer Hybrid’s exclusive mix of quality timber finishes, including traditional oak and contemporary Australian species helps achieve the full spectrum of interior styles, from classic Scandi to contemporary industrial.

Multilayer Hybrid’s unique blend of design and durability allows the flooring boards to be used throughout every interior space, even in bathrooms and laundries where hardwood is typically avoided due to its susceptibility to moisture. The new range also addresses the growing trend for timber flooring by presenting an opportunity for interior designers to use one flooring option to create a wholly seamless and cohesive aesthetic.

Anthony Carter, National Product Manager for Carpet Court explains that Multilayer Hybrid marks the next generation in flooring innovation and is the most resilient, all-purpose flooring range to ever hit the Australian market. The product’s superior performance in hot, cold and humid environments makes Multilayer Hybrid the ideal flooring option for any Australian interiors project, from full-scale commercial fitouts to new build residential developments.

He is confident the new category will be welcomed by professionals looking for a flooring solution that can meet the needs of the full suite of applications.

Thanks to Multilayer Hybrid’s dense composition, which does not show imperfections, and pre-adhered underlay, which offers improved acoustics and comfort underfoot, there is minimal sub-floor preparation, simplifying installation. Unlike laminate, the boards don’t have to be acclimatised to the atmosphere. Instead, the boards can be immediately installed using the robust click locking system, saving time in major interiors projects.

Minimal expansion and contraction, high impact resistance, superior acoustics, seamless aesthetic and quality finish are some of the advantages of the Multilayer Hybrid flooring range.

Image: Aqua Tuf Longboard