- Accessibility and pathway guidance
- Resistant to heavy traffic
- Low rolling resistance
- Acoustic comfort
- Easy to clean and maintain
- Resistant to scratches and shocks
Aged care corridors
In aged care facilities, flooring needs to be both comfortable for residents and at the same time, resistant against traffic and equipment. Meanwhile, the use of colour and texture on floors creates a cohesive feel and provides guidance. This is especially true in medical units dedicated to aged care, where interior design can help Alzheimer's patients feel better-oriented and more comfortable.