TAYLOR Adhesives adds new specialty products for 2022


ELEVATE™ and GRAVITY™ to be introduced at TISE

DALTON, Ga. (Jan.19, 2022)– TAYLOR continues its record of innovation with two new specialty products added to its Signature Line® of premium adhesives.

ELEVATE™ your atmosphere with this roller-applied wall adhesive for dry-back LVT and LVP.Many consumers have already discovered the design possibilities that wall installation of vinyl flooring creates. Now, Taylor helps anyone install vinyl planks and tiles on vertical surfaces with complete ease and confidence.

ELEVATE features:

  • One-step application with 3/8” nap roller
  • One gallon pail with a two-year shelf life
  • Fast grab with aggressive tack
  • High-strength, permanent bond

Harness the power of GRAVITY™. This is a roller-applied floor coating for installing floating LVT or LVP that gives the subfloor a helpful anti-skid surface. GRAVITY eliminates the shifting or “walking” of vinyl planks and tiles, making the installation process easier and quicker. Plus, GRAVITY helps keep floating floors in place after the installation, even in heavy traffic areas.

GRAVITY features:

  • Prevents lateral movement of flooring
  • Roller application with 3/8” nap roller
  • Four-gallon pail with a two-year shelf life
  • Fast-drying formula
  • Releasable—no transfer to the back of the flooring


Sticking Together as One Meridian

Since 2018, The Meridian Adhesives Group has grown into a leading brand in the adhesives industry. Meridian has carefully acquired leading adhesives companies in growth markets and has strategically integrated them under the Meridian portfolio to offer a comprehensive range of adhesive solutions in a variety of industries. We call Meridian “The Science of Solutions” for that reason.

Resilient Flooring and Healthcare

Health care projects can have both additional risk and reward. New construction projects will have different requirements and obstacles than existing occupied projects. Before you bid a healthcare project, you need to do your homework. Each project is unique and can have special requirements based on facility type, customer expectations and time constraints.

Keeping a new wood floor like new

Installers are sometimes asked by homeowners for their advice to correctly care for their new wood floor. So, The BUZZ asked an expert—the publisher of Hardwood Floor magazine, and our friends at the National Wood Flooring Association, for their advice to share with you. Here, with their permission, is what they had to say.