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Previously a discount department store that sat unused for more than 50 years, most of its original five-quarter hardwood floors are intact, and their variegated appearance adds character and depth to the space…
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Roppe’s new Health and Learning Rubber Tile and Tread line was developed using our most popular tile designs and patterns. Coupled with a palette of colors that are calm, warm and inviting while also allowing for pops of color to add interest and character to the space, the new Health and Learning Rubber Tile and Tread is a great choice for many different types of Healthcare and Educational spaces. Available in 2mm and 3mm tiles, it also works within your project budget too.
For more information, visit us at Neocon booth #8-3094C
or visit our website.
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