It wasn’t too long ago that construction materials in schools actually hindered one’s chance at a good education. Nowadays education venues are at the forefront of green building. Products such as Uni Walton linoleum flooring by Armstrong help projects earn LEED credits, so educational facilities can foster learning in an environment that’s conducive to creativity.
Educational Venues LEED with Linoleum
Available in nine neutral and bright hues, Armstrong’s Uni Walton passes with flying colors. Fiery Orange Red and organic Moss turn school floors into artistic canvases. For a more classic style, facilities can opt for Black, White, or Grey. Whatever the color, Uni Walton makes the grade: the linoleum floor is eligible for LEED credits for Low-emitting Materials, Recycled Content, and Rapidly Renewable Resource.
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About the Manufacturer: A world leader in flooring, ceilings, and cabinetry, Armstrong World Industries, Inc. is based in Lancaster, PA. In 2010, the company celebrated 150 years in business. With a product line that’s 90% commercial, Armstrong knows how to make durable floors for high-traffic markets— hardwood, laminate, linoleum, vinyl sheet and tile, ceramic and BioBased Tile®.