Simon was looking to freshen up his investment property and getting rid of the old vinyl in the kitchen was first on the hitlist. Being a rental, he needed something that not only modernised the apartment, but was also capable of withstanding whatever the tenants would throw at it. A “graphite marble” design to match the benchtop and carpet was just the ticket!
Client – Simon Brown
Location – Mooloolaba, QLD
Floor Type – Kitchen and Laundry (Residential)
Design Scope –
- The “graphite marble” design chosen to match the existing benchtop, splashback tiles and carpet.
- A semi-gloss finish was selected to help reduce the cleaning demands in the investment property to be occupied by tenants.
- Polished concrete had been considered by the client, however the presence of numerous minor cracks and defects (e.g. leaf imprints) in the concrete meant a resin-based flooring was ultimately preferred.
- Other than minor defects noted, the concrete was in good, clean condition having been covered by vinyl previously.
Customer Feedback –
“We were looking for a flooring solution that could be applied in a small space, be practical, durable and contemporary…we are delighted with the outcome and would willingly recommend them to others.”
Simon Brown, Homeowner