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Manufactured from hard-wearing UPVC, these windows are fully insulated, keeping the noise and the draughts out while creating a warm and secure environment.
Sisal is a strong, versatile, hard-wearing and anti-static natural fibre and can generally be used for flooring throughout the home, although it's not suitable for high-moisture rooms.
He said the institute was commissioned many years ago to develop a hard-wearing "staygreen grass" by British Seed Houses in the only UK based grass-breeding programme.
All participating homes were provided with special hard-wearing containers which were collected regularly.
The RFM ladle material is hard-wearing and has better insulating characteristics in comparison to other materials used in this application.
Steel is clean, modern, classy and practical, providing hard-wearing surfaces in the most hard-worked part of the house.
Dulux Trade recommended hard-wearing products suitable for the materials and exposure conditions.
Daljit Mehat, co-director of LS International, said: 'This product is hard-wearing but not hard to wear.
The new floor will resist chemical attack and provide a hard-wearing finish which is more than equal to the rigours of a round-the-clock dairy such as Newcastle, which produces milk, cream and flavoured milk for major supermarkets.
Use rugs to define different areas in a room, such as laying a hard-wearing kelim under an eating area in a living room or kitchen.
COIR Coir (pictured above) is a good value and hard-wearing alternative to carpet.
HECKMONDWIKE FB, based at Liversedge, supplied 130sq metres of Broadrib carpet tiles for the project, which will provide a hard-wearing solution for the busy office and consultation areas in the facility.