A worldwide provider of sustainable and innovative flooring solutions, Tarkett North America relaunches its popular Johnsonite brand of resilient flooring, wall base, stairwell management systems and finishing accessories.
Throughout much of its history and since becoming part of the Tarkett family in 2005, Johnsonite has delivered a broad portfolio of high-performance, resilient flooring surfaces and accessories. With practical solutions and healthier materials that support every stage of the project — from specification, to installation, to maintenance — Johnsonite is able to deliver measurable return on investment and beautifully functional spaces that support the people who live, learn, work and heal in them every day.
Johnsonite’s industry-leading portfolio of products and accessories have continually earned our customers’ trust by delivering unmatched design flexibility and reliable performance in high-traffic commercial spaces. In re-launching this respected brand, we are committed to delivering the Johnsonite brand promise and building on the many reasons Johnsonite customers have sought out these products for decades.Jason McKee, senior director, Resilient Product Management for Tarkett North America
Johnsonite offers a broad standard portfolio of 114 colors, which include 32 ColorMatch® options and eight metallics, plus numerous opportunities for customization with quick lead times and low minimums. The entire portfolio combines to create the broadest offering of colors, patterns, textures and profiles in the category. Additionally, Tarkett’s ColorMatch system ensures lot-to-lot consistency across all rubber flooring, finishing borders and accessories for easy design cohesion throughout a space.
All Johnsonite products are made in America and contribute to healthy indoor environments due to their low VOCs (volatile organic compounds) and because they don’t require harsh chemicals to clean. Supporting any project’s sustainability goals, many Johnsonite products are Cradle to Cradle Certified® on the basis of five criteria: material health; product circularity; renewable energy and climate requirements; water stewardship; and social fairness.
For more information about Johnsonite products, visit Tarkett. With a history of 140 years, Tarkett offers a wide range of products including vinyl, linoleum, rubber, carpet, wood, laminate, artificial turf and athletics tracks, serving customers in over 100 countries across the globe. The company sells flooring for hospitals, schools, housing, hotels, offices, stores and sports fields, and has a strong commitment to a circular economy and to reducing its carbon footprint.