Liquid Lino Flooring: An Explanation
What is Comfort flooring
Especially attributed to the education and healthcare sector comfort resin flooring is often installed in instances where an extremely hygienic, easy to clean and flexible floor is needed. This type of cushioned flooring is made up of several layers of a flexible polyurethane resin is installed with a flow applied method after appropriate priming and surface preparation has been achieved.
Unlike a standard linoleum sheeting, poured linoleum flooring provides a seamless system which has many advantages over a standard lino floor. One of the main benefits of a resin lino floor is its noise reducing benefits.
Because of its chemical structure the floors softened surface absorbs the sound of heavy footprints creating quieter environment. This is especially sort after in areas with high footfall as it dampens the noise of high traffic areas such as education buildings and leisure facilities.
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Eco-friendly flooring option
As a flooring option, liquid linoleum resin flooring is one of the most eco-friendly options you can install. This is not only due to its longevity, but the flooring itself is sourced from recycled materials and can itself be recycled.
Cork which is used within the flooring is one of the most sustainable materials, along with other materials such as limestone and vegetable oil. This makes this type of durable flooring system one the greenest resinous options available.
Where is liquid lino suited
Due to the liquid lino being seamless, the surface is easy to clean and sanitise as dirt and bacteria cannot get trapped between the creases of the floor. This type of sanitation level makes the floor perfect for the healthcare sector such as GP practices, hospitals and other medical facilities.
For commercial buildings a comfort flooring can offer a unique design to any retail or leisure facility. This flexible flooring can be designed in a range of RAL colours which has over 200 different options to choose from. The versatility of design means that the floor can fit in with a range of different environments and be catered to the aesthetics of the building.
Due to its durability, the flooring is effective against high amounts of footfall. This is perfect for education buildings such as schools, universities and colleges as they experience high amounts of pedestrian footfall. This would also suit supermarket flooring, show rooms and other areas which have a high amount of trafficking.
Why choose us
Monarch are leading installers of resin flooring throughout the UK. We have over 30 years of experience and offer a high standard of work in all projects we do. Please take a look at some of our case studies which highlight some of the work which we do. If you are in need of technical advice do not hesitate to call our team on 01246 412 222 or send an email to email@example.com. You can also get in touch with us via our social media pages on the links you’ll find in the footer of the website or by filling out the below contact form.