Jute and Flax are annual crops that can be harvested just like wheat or corn. Extracting rosin is a continuous process, while wood flour, a waste material from the timber industry, is derived from European production forests Limestone is available in abundance. With Marmoleum, it is the simple, natural ingredients that create the product and give it the unique performance attributes – Marmoleum is what it is, an authentic product.
All this makes Marmoleum a natural floor that, after a long 30-plus-year life cycle, can start all over again as Marmoleum is biodegradable. Alternatively, burning Marmoleum delivers a higher calorific value and creates thermal energy that outweighs the energy used during production. This demonstrates the full life cycle circle from which nature benefits.
We also recycle installation waste and production waste back onto our product ensuring optimal raw material utilisation.
Marmoleum click is a high quality, easy to install flooring system made from natural materials. Available in a wide choice of colours, it is ideal for kitchens, living rooms, hallways, bedrooms, playrooms and studies*.
Marmoleum click comes in 90 cm x 30 cm panels and 30 cm x 30 cm squares and features a patented click system, which guarantees easy, problem free installation. With Marmoleum click, it really is easy to turn your wildest dreams into a beautiful reality. *Marmoleum click is not recommended for rooms that regularly get very wet, such as bathrooms and saunas.
Marmoleum click’s colours are inspired by nature, but its beauty is more than skin deep. The top layer is linoleum, a natural, ecologically produced material made from linseed oil, rosin, limestone and environmentally friendly pigments.
Behind this is a layer of water repellent HDF (High Density Fibre board), which is backed by a layer of cork. Due to the way it’s made, don’t be surprised if your Marmoleum click has a yellowish tint on it when it’s delivered. This is oxidised linseed oil, which can colour the surface in the final stage of manufacturing. The tint will disappear (usually within 24 hours) as soon as your floor is exposed to the light.
Also, because linoleum is a natural product, there may be very slight colour and structural differences between production batches, samples and the delivered goods.