Reclaimed flooring Buy Back Scheme
We have launched a way to source reclaimed Junckers floors. Our new Buy Back Scheme connects architects, designers and residential customers sourcing reclaimed flooring for a project or their home with specialist reclaimed flooring companies who hold stock of reclaimed Junckers flooring. We will also connect flooring contractors replacing a Junckers floor with a reclaimed flooring specialist who will lift and remove the floor from site.
Photo credit: The Modern House
NEW RIBA APPROVED CPD
Specifying Sustainable Flooring
Sign up and you will learn
- how specifying sustainable flooring contributes to sustainable architecture and net zero design
- how a product with a long life cycle has a positive impact on the environment
- how wood keeps CO2 out of the atmosphere
- how to use EPDs and manufacturers’ tools to evaluate different products at the design stage
Our London showroom is located in the heart of Clerkenwell. Designed as an informal and welcoming space for meetings and presentations as well as a sample library, the newly expanded and fully renovated showroom features several quirky meeting areas, a dedicated CPD room and a tranquil courtyard. Junckers shares the showroom with two other design companies, Pentagon Tiles and Astro Lighting, making it possible for architects and designers to visit three suppliers in one go. Welcome!
FIBA Basketball World Cup 2023
"At Junckers, we take immense pride in our role as a Global Supplier of wooden floors. The success of the FIBA Basketball World Cup 2023 has been a thrilling experience for our company, and we feel our partnership with FIBA continues to flourish as we provide international players with top-of-the-line basketball courts. The success of the World Cup is viewed as a testament to the quality of our floors. Now we eagerly await the forthcoming Olympic Basketball Tournament in 2024."
Junckers CEO, Lars Gjodsbol
The Junckers Carbon Calculator tool
A quick and easy way to calculate the carbon footprint of different floor types
Using the Carbon Calculator is straight-forward and requires no previous knowledge of GWP and CO2e (carbon dioxide equivalent). By entering the total floor area into the tool, the results show how some flooring products cause an increase in the amount of CO2 in the atmosphere, whereas others reduce it. Products that reduce CO2 are referred to as carbon negative. The figures clearly show how influential the choice of flooring is.