Luxury surfaces: Avara collection from Parterre Flooring Systems

Parterre Flooring Systems launched Avara luxury vinyl floor and wall collection. The Avara 2mm collection includes 26 vinyl designs—24 planks and two tiles—that were curated from the current 3mm Parterre collections Vertu, InGrained, Fused and Storri.

The 24 plank designs are Class-A fire rated for use on walls in commercial interiors and FloorScore certified. With a home-like ambiance in mind, Avara’s vinyl options range from soft wood grains and contemporary planks to delicate stone looks, incorporating the resimercial trend often found in commercial design.  

Twenty-two of the luxury vinyl flooring and luxury vinyl wall plank designs are 6” x 36” x 2mm in size, the two Kennett designs are 7.25” x 48” x 2mm, and the luxury vinyl tile options are 12” x 24” x 2mm. In addition to the 2mm dryback format, a selection of Avara designs are available in 5mm Loose Lay and 5mm Rigid Core Click formats. Each 5mm format is easy to install and offers sound reduction qualities with a thicker construction.

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Utilizing hot-press technology, Avara has a sturdy construction with multiple layers of backing that are fused together to create a tighter bond for a more stable product all around. Like all of the Parterre luxury vinyl products, the Avara collection features an ultra-clear, high-performance wear layer that is easy to maintain and has a resistance to staining and scuffing.

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