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What Types of Flooring Should you Use for your Office Space?

Posted by on Mar 25, 2015 in Office Flooring | 0 comments

What Types of Flooring Should you Use for your Office Space?

Office flooring plans are usually broken up into several distinct areas. First, the walk-in and reception area. This is usually the most inviting area of the floor plan, with the highest quality flooring being used. High quality and resilient flooring should be used here. Vinyl wood plank flooring is appealing visually while also being resilient to a lot of wear. Sheet vinyl in a nice, appealing pattern also works well for this space. You need a flooring that can resist a lot of foot traffic while also looking nice. Another major area is the work space where the majority of desks and...

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Best Types of Flooring for Gymnasiums

Posted by on Feb 27, 2015 in Sports Flooring | 0 comments

Efloors inc. is experts in all types of flooring. One of our most sought after services is gymnasium flooring. We have installed our sports flooring into countless gymnasiums, fitness centers, and health clubs. The key to great gym flooring is a blend of durability and comfort. If the flooring is too stiff, it is dangerous for people to do lots of movement. If it is too spongy, then equipment will leave lasting marks, and weights can bounce off the floor. EVA Foam Tiles: This is the most affordable option, but for a reason. Foam tiles are very spongy, so they can bounce your weights pretty...

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Rubber Base Flash Cove Installation

Posted by on Jan 26, 2015 in Hospital Flooring | 0 comments

An important part of hospital and healthcare flooring is the rubber base, flash cove flooring. Flash coves are rubber installations that run from the floor to partially up the wall. The rubber coating on the wall is important for sanitation purposes. The extra resilience on the walls help maintain the walls and keep them free scruffs and dings that happen in commercial settings. We are master craftsmen in flash cove installations. We use both coved and straight rubber bases in our installations. Straight styled bases run straight to the floor while coved bases have a slight curve into the...

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What Type of Hospital Flooring Should I Use?

Posted by on Nov 26, 2014 in Hospital Flooring | 0 comments

Hospital flooring needs to be durable, resilient, and slip-free. Flooring decisions need to be made for different areas of the hospital; the waiting room would need a different flooring type than operating rooms. Traditionally, VCT, or vinyl composition tile, has been the most widely used flooring in hospitals. It is one of the most popular types of flooring for hospitals because it is sanitary, easy to clean, and easy to repair. Some hospital administrators worry about the toxins that can sometimes be released in the production of vinyl flooring. That is why we offer sheet vinyl. This is one...

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What Types of Flooring Should a School Use?

Posted by on Oct 15, 2014 in School flooring | 0 comments

What Types of Flooring Should a School Use?

Schools and universities have a wide array of options when they are flooring their school. Schools should keep in mind the functionality of the room they are flooring, the look of the flooring, and how long they expect the flooring to last. VCT Flooring is an inexpensive choice that can work well for hallways or school lobbies. Vinyl composition tile is a nice choice because it easy to maintain; the flooring just needs a consistent buffing job. VCT can be installed with a variety of patterns so visual appeal does not need to be sacrificed. CarpetingĀ is a good choice for libraries. Carpet can...

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