Rubber Flooring: The New Trend in Commercial Buildings

Rubber Flooring - An Emerging Trend in Commercial BuildingsWhen discussing types of flooring options for commercial buildings, one material that has started gaining attention is rubber. This flooring product is not only safe, durable, aesthetically pleasing but also serves a practical purpose.

Knowing the benefits of this product will prepare you for your flooring makeover. To help you make an informed decision, ProjectLink has listed out a few of them:

  1. Strength
  2. Static Resistant and Sound Absorbency
  3. Anti-Slip
  4. Dimensional Stability
  5. Water Resistant
  6. Longer Lasting
  7. Resistant to Impact
  8. Resistant to Burns and Spills
  9. Stain-Resistant
  10. Homogenous

Pertaining to the easy installation, this flooring is high in demand. It finds its use in schools, gym, hospitals and other commercial areas. The properties that rubber flooring tiles and mats have, make it the best choice to be used as a flooring option in such buildings. Rubber flooring is also being used in cafeterias and commercial kitchens as it offers non-absorbent and anti-slip properties. These can also be installed successfully in restrooms, below-grade basements and garages.

Rubber flooring does not encourage the growth of molds and fungi easily. However, in a couple of years, it requires cleaning and maintenance in such areas. As a whole, it proves to be a useful flooring option.

Though all types of flooring share some characteristics, what sets rubber flooring apart is what you really need to know »

Source: https://www.projectlink.com.au/blog/rubber-flooring-new-trend-commercial-buildings/

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