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Dr Flowcrete’s Flooring Advice To Live By: The Floor is the Largest Surface of a Facility on which to Make an Impact, Second Only to Walls

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Dr Flowcrete’s Flooring Advice To Live By: The Floor is the Largest Surface of a Facility on which to Make an Impact, Second Only to Walls

We’ve reached the last, but by no means the least important, piece of flooring advice to live by in this series.

The Floor is the Largest Surface of a Facility on which to Make an Impact, Second Only to Walls

For specifiers and facilities managers working in the Commercial sector, aesthetics have to come into consideration. Whether you’re thinking about simple colour or aggregate blend choices, developing a bespoke colour palette with the manufacturer to suit your company’s branding or interior design scheme, or creating a completely bespoke design at ground level, there are many ways to make an impact with your flooring choice.

Owing to its multiple-component build up, resin flooring technology allows for the addition of an almost limitless palette of pigments. While only some of these are standard, off-the-shelf options, for a little extra cost, a completely tailored colour can be achieved.

Not only this, but it can be matched exactly should the covered area need to be extended or patch-repaired.

Resin based terrazzo systems are not only extremely functional (they’re extremely durable and have a long lifecycle), they also offer a world of design possibilities, with the ability to lay the floor in completely bespoke patterns.

Looking for more handy hints? Check out more from the Flooring Clinic…

Failure to Prepare is Preparing to Fail

Cheapest Isn’t Always Best

Follow a Specification Framework

Consider the Usability of the Final Floor

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