Mannington Adura Max WPC vinyl flooring combines structural ingenuity with design realism for an aesthetically pleasing resilient floor covering for homes and businesses alike. As much of the WPC market is dominated by hardwood visual replications, Adura Max offers both hardwood and stone tile aesthetics, increasing your potential design options for your next flooring project.
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Its Scratch Resist aluminum oxide top layer, along with its HydroLoc waterproof core, places it as one of the most durable WPC vinyl available on the market today. In addition to unmatched durability and water resistance, each plank comes with an Ultra-Quiet attached backing pad to create a softer feel and reduce sound echoes. According to the manufacturer, this will dampen sound 30% and provide the underfoot comfort. With so many features to offer, it isn't any wonder why this collection is very popular with customers in search of a waterproof floor. Its integrated LockSolid technology makes floating click installations a breeze; Adura Max can be installed over most existing floors and subfloors, including grouted ceramic tile.
The collection is offered in 49 stone- and wood-look vinyl tiles, each with its own personality to fit yours. Whether you desire 6" x 48" wood-look planks or 12" x 24" rectangles that resemble natural stone tiles, look no further than this wonderful collection from Mannington. The Meridian category features stone aesthetics and is available in four colors: Porcelain, Stucco, Steel, and Carbon. Each option is a slightly different variation of off-white, neutral grey, and charcoal black tones intertwined to create truly unique visuals. The Meridian can also be mixed and matched in both color and size to really bring out the depth of any room where these WPC planks and tiles are installed.
Rustic enthusiasm is present in a handful of groupings. On the weathered side with definitive mixing of tones, go with Dockside that has 5 great color tones startign from light to dark. One of the more popular in Sand for a finish that screams rustic design sensibilities, replete with knotting and streaks familiar to weather-worn oak. Pier and Boardwalk combine the yellow and orange undertones with vibrant contrast
For something on the more traditional side, don't be afraid to explore the flowing midtone brown patterns of the Sundance group that exemplifies what traditional hickory is with a slight twist. The three colors include the well know darker Gunstock and the mid browns of the Saddle. The Smoke is a blend between the two previous giving a balanced blend. Aspen available in Alpine, Drift and Lodge emphasize the knotting and dark streaking of the wood
A popular niche is exotic woods that are spotlighted in the three colors of the Acacia series. The African Sunset and Tiger's Eye choices, both under the Acacia umbrella, are lovely deep reddish browns pairing well with exotic interior motifs and mahogany furnishings. The third one Natural Plains brings a happy medium between the two other colors.
Contemporary enthusiasm comes out with Tribeca again with five colors. Cooler tones and subtle knotting give off that modern vibe. Check out Plaster for that very clean almost whitish cream coloration. Cinder, Steel and Asphalt bring the popular grays going from the light to the medium tones as the colors progress.
One popular design trend is Coastal inspiration in wood looks. Explore two very different approaches to this interpretation. The Seaport series has four colors that have a slight weathering but a brilliant contrasting of brown, gray or white tones. The Cape May in White Cap, Shell and Seagull appropriately named takes weathered wood with cleaner, linear variations with very subtle contrasting between plank colors.
One last color way in this series is the appropriately named Napa in Tanin and Dry Cork. The later bring those golden sunset tones mixed with the darker browns that you would think of a wine barrel or a wine themed look.
The specifications are as impressive as the color ranges. Being a rigid core product the flexability of installation on a less perfect subfloor is one of the plus features. In terms of application, this is perfect for both residential and commercial settings. The Adura Max has a lifetime residential warranty and a 10 year commercial warranty. 8mm overall thickness with a 20 mil wear layer to be both stylish and durable. As Mannington describes this floor, it's waterproof, noise proof and oops proof! Don't forget to check out the other two series available, the Adura Rigid Core which features a floating floor with rigid core design and Adura Flex that brings the benefits of a WPC floor in a glue down application.