Burmatex Flooring For New Offices

Parkinson Real Estate recently opened new premises in Winckley Court just off the Square in Preston. With offices in Manchester and Wigan the team of property consultants and chartered surveyors deliver in-depth knowledge to clients across the UK. Specialising in commercial property cost-saving advice, corporate recovery, asset management, lease consultancy, development consultancy and valuation, the team provide expert and jargon free advice and have done for many years.

Scott Peaurt from Burmatex along with Eddy Brown from the Gainsborough Flooring team helped  Parkinson Real Estate with the design and overall look and feel of the office space.

Burmatex’s “go to” range was selected as it offers two designs, plain and stripes in a popular colour palette of fifteen. Having the ability to mix and match the plain and stripe options to create more interesting floor layouts and define zones was very appealing. Parkinson Real Estate opted for grey stripes interspersed with blue plain and blue striped carpet tiles for the office space and grey stripes for the stairs. The “go to” range is renowned for its level of high performance and resilience and is the perfect choice for those looking for a quick and easy carpet installation option.

To create a bright and welcoming environment for visitors Amtico Spacia Parquet in Coastal Pine was utilised in the entrance area. Amtico Spacia is well respected for its slip-resistant and antimicrobial properties which is built into every plank and tile ensuring enhanced protection for commercial environments without compromising on design. For a simple and clean look combined with durability it’s the ideal choice for many commercial spaces.

Eddy Brown, Contracts Manager from Gainsborough Flooring commented, “This has been a great project to work on and the team at Parkinson Real Estate were very open to our advice and recommendations and made some excellent choices for their office space. We wish them the best of luck in their fantastic new premises.”