In addition to maintaining the aesthetics of your flooring, slip resistant flooring provides added traction – helping to prevent falls. Specifying anti-slip flooring can be a step in reducing these occurrences. Partnering with top manufacturers, Continental Flooring Company offers an array of slip resistant flooring.
When do you need slip resistant flooring?
They provide an added safety feature to your renovation spaces. In dry or wet conditions, safety can be an issue. Falls are some of the most prevalent floor traffic issues. With a vast combination of floor mats, rubber flooring, specialty flooring and more, our manufacturers provide a variety of floor finishes and textures to accommodate all spaces.
Types of slip resistant flooring:
There a number of ways to achieve an anti-slip flooring. Floors can have an added embossing or texture for more traction. Raised flooring like Flexco’s Distinct Design Rubber Tile offers an American Made, FloorScore Certified option. Likewise, mineral coated grit strips from RC Musson or 680 Safety Trax matting from Superior / Notrax provide non-slip pads and strips that can be affixed to inclined surfaces, ramps or stair treads.
Also, Armstrong’s Safety Zone slip retardant flooring combines FloorScore certified and low VOC flooring with the durability and safety needs your facility requires. Safety Zone exceeds ADA requirements and accommodates activities for all spaces.
Inside or outside, Continental Flooring is helping to prevent falls by offering slip resistant flooring from multiple manufacturers on cooperative contracts, GSA, state and local contracts, RFQ, formal bids and open market pricing. View all our listed manufacturers and products.
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