Admira’s Cerarl collection of wall coverings is waterproof, fire-retardant and anti-bacterial… perfect for renovating the bathroom or kitchen
23 December 2016
In 2017, Admira brings a new collection of Cerarl, a laminated fibre-glass wall material with multiple applications and a host of positive attributes. This revolutionary lightweight, fire retardant and waterproof surface from Japan was first introduced by Admira in 2013, and the 2017 collection features even more designs for the modern interior. The Cerarl 2017 collection now includes designs ranging from woodgrains to natural stone to marble.
What makes the Ceral material so functional is its waterproof surface and unique anti-bacterial properties. It will not corrode nor oxidise, and it has tough, impact-resistant qualities. All these characteristics make the Cerarl the ideal choice in high-traffic areas where hygiene is important, such as the kitchen and bathroom, as well as public spaces like lift lobbies and foyers.
Using Cerarl can also reduce the renovation time from weeks to days. Free from masonry, this unique wall covering can be directly installed over any existing wall surface. In other words, you don’t have to hack away the existing tiles on your walls; simply overlay the surface with Cerarl to enjoy its time-saving application.
For those concerned about environmental impact and safety, you’d be glad to know that Cerarl is certified under the Green Label Scheme from Singapore Environmental Council (SEC). This eco-friendly material has low toxicity, promising a safe interior for you and your family.
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