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Safety flooring perfect for doctor and dentist practices

Quality healthcare flooring is essential for doctor and dentist practices. So, whether it’s the opening or remodelling of your businesses, it’s vital to know what flooring to choose.

Safety Flooring

Safety flooring is the most common type of flooring that is used in commercial and industrial environments.

With slips, trips and falls being the most common cause of injury in the workplace, it’s obvious why safety flooring is preferred. Not only is safety flooring slip resistant, it’s hygienic, low maintenance and durable. Safety flooring meets all health and safety requirements.

The best safety flooring:

We can supply and install many of the leading makes of safety flooring: Some examples include Altro, Polyflor, Tarkett, Gerflor and ITEC. All of these brands are renowned for their reliability and flexibility.

Other flooring options

Safety flooring is preferred in the treatment rooms and circulation areas in doctors and dentists for obvious reasons. However, it is good to keep options open for the other areas and know about the other types of suitable flooring available.

Luxury Vinyl Tiles

LVT is an increasingly popular choice for healthcare practices – particularly in waiting areas where looks are important. The materials that makeup LVT can resist chemical staining from the likes of medical products and bodily fluids.

LVT brands we can supply and install include; Karndean, Amtico, Moduleo and Polyflor.

Carpet Tiles

Carpet tiles are a practical and affordable option. They can also look really good as well as being easy to change if “accidents” happen. These are best placed in reception and waiting areas as they create a warm and comfortable feeling for patients.

If you wish to discuss these types of flooring or any other, please do not hesitate to contact us via the contact form.

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