Design, Manufacture and Supply of Acoustic, Access, and Sports Floor Systems

Design, Manufacture and Supply of Acoustic, Access, and Sports Floor Systems

Durabella has been certified in accordance with the requirements of the Forest Stewardship Council® using the FSC® Chain of Custody standards.  Our Certificate Registration is SA-COC-005526.  FSC® is a Scheme promoting responsible Forest Management.  This Scheme requires companies to have management systems in place in order for certified companies in the supply chain to correctly identify and control incoming certified material from sustainable and well managed forests.  To read further information about FSC® please visit www.fsc.gov.uk

To help with your projects or for advice our technical team are available and will support you – CAD software is used to create precision drawings or technical illustrations to create unique bespoke flooring for your exact requirements or specifications on a supply only or supply and fit basis. Our premises includes our production yard where Durabella acoustic battens and cradles are manufactured and where the team can work closely with the technical staff ensuring agreed specifications are met and any issues addressed.

Durabella is a friendly and professional team who believe in working closely with our customers to establish a good working relationship throughout your project for a convenient, efficient quality standard complying with H&S, successful delivery and execution of our product and services.

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Flooring Product Guide

This guide is to assist customers when researching the best product for their project.

For an overview of products that are suitable please complete these questions on the floor product guide.

If further enhancements or ancillary products are required you will find additional options on product results page.

Once you have chosen - click on the product which will take you to the product details where you can enter the room dimensions in metres. If additional requirements have been chosen complete the drop down boxes or click not required.

Step 1 What floor level
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Step 1 Sub Floor Construction
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Step 2 How much height is required on top of the sub floor
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Step 3 What coverings to be used on floor
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Step 1 Type of building
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Step 3 How much height is required on top of the sub floor
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Step 4 Building regulations
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