June 21, 2010

USTEK introduces a new modular three-part tile system. The concept involves an engineered polymer interlocking base with a built-in underlayment and a top surface tile. Laying the floor base and then choosing the tile color is unique in the market and the fitted surfaces could be changed effortlessly. If a tile is damaged, it is removed and replaced in seconds. When the interior décor is changed the floor is easily and inexpensively refreshed with a new color or pattern.

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