Safety Flooring is a popular flooring type for business owners, as they have been specially designed to reduce the chances of slipping or other similar accidents from occurring. Many property owners are required to have safety flooring installed as a requirement, while some others simply want to enhance safety for their employees.
There are many different types of safety flooring on the market, with some types being better suited to certain properties over others. At Dorset Contract Flooring, we’ve done our best to cater to the needs of all Poole clients by continuing to expand our selection of products. Poole property owners who are interested in safety flooring can choose from the following:
- Vinyl Floors
- Sports Flooring
- Acoustic Flooring
- Heterogeneous Floors
- Luxury Vinyl Tiles
- Semi-Flexible Tiles
- Electrostatic Discharge (ESD) Flooring
- Rubber Sheet
- Tiles and Wall Cladding
Vinyl floors are highly durable, making them perfect for both home and business owners in Poole. Available in a range of colours, vinyl floors help to prevent slipping.
Sports flooring is specifically engineered to reduce the risk of injury by absorbing impacts. These floors typically provide decades of use, no matter the sport they’re used for.
Acoustic flooring is designed to insulate impact noise, which means that noise is prevented from being sent to the rooms below. These floors are an excellent sound-proofing option.
Heterogeneous floors are essentially an advanced type of vinyl floor, as they are made up of multiple vinyl tiles with a printed layer on the top – both great-looking and durable.
Luxury vinyl tiles are made up of a series of layers that are great for safety purposes, but they have been designed to look like real wood or stone.
If you are working within a budget, then you might be better off choosing semi-flexible tiles, which is a more economical vinyl flooring solution.
ESD flooring is made up of many materials, including carbon fibres, which transfer electrostatic charges from a person to the floor, preventing electric shocks.
Rubber sheet flooring is commonly found in gyms, playgrounds, and other areas where the impact of a fall might need to be reduced for the sake of enhanced safety.
Customers who are interested in safety flooring might also reach out to us for information on tiles and wall cladding, which will help to make their room even safer for residents/employees.