APO Floors has supplied flooring for a number of Federal Land projects already. A partner of the Metrobank Group, Federal Land has a track record of quality and reliability, and this is reflected as well on their choice of flooring.
Said APO Floors Missy Castro, “We are proud to have Federal Land in our roster of clients. We are glad to be a part of their impressive track record of quality in all its real estate projects.”
APO Floors was chosen to supply flooring for Federal Land’s numerous projects, from mid-end, to upscale ones. Some of the partnerships’
A particular staple in Federal Land’s projects is APO Floors’ AVQT homogenous resilient line that comes in a variety of colors and in tile or roll forms.
For instance, for the property firm’s flagship project, the Oriental Gardens in Makati, Federal Land utilizes APO Floors’ AVQT tiles to wow visitors in its model units.
Aside from its aesthetic qualities, Apo Floors’ product lines also have uniform composition that prevents the color of the tile to fade throughout its lifespan. It is an affordable floor covering whose cushioned core makes it more comfortable for the feet and legs. This same cushioning property keeps the floor surface warmer to the touch owing to the insulating value it gives.
It also has the APO Antibac feature incorporated in the molecular structure of the floorings. These neutralize germs and fungi on flooring day-after-day, year-after-year providing an added level of hygiene and safety to things that come in contact with the flooring material. With ingredients registered and approved by regulatory agencies such as EPA (Environmental Protection Agency) in the US, Antibac is safe, effective and durable.
Other benefits of using APO Antibac include protection from odor, staining and discoloration, loss of properties (e.g. hardening), biofilm formation, and cross-contamination.
Said Castro, “We want our products to be testaments of how we can have finishing products in the market that do not only contribute to the beauty of the project, but also to the safety and hygiene of its residents.”