At Preferred Sports Flooring, we offer many types of flooring. One of our most popular flooring types is our synthetic flooring offerings. Synthetic flooring is often looked at as sports usage only. However, there are some other uses for synthetic flooring that our customers overlook.
Synthetic floors are sustainable and provide many benefits to both the end user and the installer. Let’s take a deeper look into some practical uses for synthetic flooring.
Let’s face it, synthetic floors are pretty. While the attractiveness is both eye-catching and aesthetically pleasing, this is only the tip of the iceberg as to why you should consider synthetic flooring in your commercial space.
For many traditional retailers, synthetic flooring is an affordable flooring option that gives businesses the benefit of durability and cleanability. Talk about being able to clean that spill up on aisle 4 in no time! In contrast to traditional retail, other places we have seen use synthetic flooring includes car dealerships, garages, and banks!
Another great location to implement synthetic flooring is in retirement communities. Retirement communities need to be sanitary at all times. The cleanability of synthetic flooring really truly helps keep the space sanitary and under control.
Another key benefit to having synthetic flooring in a retirement home is that many occupants are wheelchair bound. Synthetic flooring is easy to roll over and gives its wheelchair-bound members access to the entire community.
Similarly to retirement communities, having synthetic flooring in healthcare establishments allows for sanitation and safety. Since many healthcare professionals are standing on their feet for the duration of the day, having synthetic flooring allows for some of the strain to be removed. Some synthetic flooring options are shock absorbing and can really be easy on the back compared to your typical hospital flooring.
No one enjoys cleaning up dog poop, but our synthetic floors make it a little easier! When it comes to getting more pets enrolled at your doggie daycare, many pet owners are surprisingly looking at the floors to see if it is something their pup would enjoy. Having hard concrete floors is never a good idea when trying to get someone to leave their pet in your hands.
Now that you know all of the uses for synthetic floors, contact Preferred Sports Flooring for a quote or to learn more about which synthetic flooring options is best for your use case. We look forward to transforming your business together!