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Garage Flooring – PVC Floor Tiles or Rubber Flooring?

Here at Ecotile we are often asked for information about our rubber floor tiles and we explain that we make PVC floor tiles, which, it usually turns out, is what the customer actually needs anyway. So we thought we’d write a blog to clear up the common misconceptions around rubber and PVC floor tiles. What […]

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Technology should always be driven by humans

Yes, technology SHOULD be driven by humans, but in many ways, we’ve become so dependent on it that IT compels us. Take social media for example. The stated aim when Facebook launched was to facilitate connections between people and a lot of idealistic rhetoric was spouted about everyone becoming more broad minded through association with […]

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Blockchain: How It Will Change Data For Business

With the almost meteoric rise of cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin and Ethereum, Blockchain has emerged as a digital ledger of all cryptocurrency transactions. One of its main advantages is that it can keep track of said transactions without the need for central recordkeeping (i.e. accountants or auditors). Blockchain technology was created by the tech industry […]

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Solving Flooring Problems All Over The World

Just how versatile are Ecotile interlocking floor tiles? In 2017 our customers included a submarine based in Thailand, printing factories in Singapore and Cameroon, an energy plant in India and a cosmetics factory in Mexico. Before Ecotile was manufactured… In the past, a factory manager would have considered concrete, epoxy resin or paint to be […]

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Ecotile: 2017 Retrospective

2017 was a fantastic year for Ecotile Flooring; we successfully launched our Middle East venture by opening an office in Dubai and promptly won a huge order from SIG Combibloc Obeikan Company Ltd in Saudi Arabia, in partnership with our Dutch distributor we committed to a warehouse in Deventer to increase our stock capacity and […]

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Damp Proof Membranes: 5 things you should know

Damp is a common problem in the UK in many types of buildings and comes in many forms e.g. condensation, rising damp, penetrating damp, hygroscopic damp etc…. When dampness occurs in floors, issues such as insulation impairment, electrical damage and surface damage can occur.  The use of highly permeable construction materials such as stone and […]

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