Providing Vinyl flooring for Day Care Nursery

daycare nurseryBiesty Carpets have recently been working with a children’s day care nursery in Stockport.  As anyone with children will appreciate, nurseries are incredibly busy places and any flooring will inevitably take a bit of a battering.

The nursery came to Biesty Carpets for advice on what type of flooring would be best suited for their needs and we suggested slip resistant vinyl flooring.

Vinyl flooring is hard wearing and durable making it perfect for commercial use as well as being a great option for your home.  It will not chip or crack unlike stone or ceramic, there is no problem with splintering, pockmarks or seasonal expansion which can often effect wood and laminate flooring.

One of the biggest advantages of vinyl flooring is it has an extremely high resistance to moisture. As well as being waterproof it is safe, hygienic, easy to clean and inexpensive.  Vinyl ticks all of the boxes when it comes to the needs of a busy nursery.

And if all that wasn’t enough, vinyl is a great insulator, so as well as being warm and quiet underfoot, vinyl can also help reduce the heating bills!

Our customer is very happy with their new flooring and we know it will look great for many years to come.

 

Biesty Carpets have an impressive commercial customer base and can replace flooring in any commercial setting from offices to doctors surgeries, schools and even cathedrals!

So if you are looking for a competitive flooring quote for your commercial property, give Biesty Carpets & Flooring Altrincham a call today for your instant, no obligation quote.

0161 962 3771 or email info@biestycarpets.co.uk 

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Paul Biesty

About Paul Biesty

Paul Biesty is owner of Biesty Carpets. Based in Altrincham Biesty Carpets are a family-run business who have been trading for over 45 years. We have an expert team of advisors who can help you select the perfect carpet, laminate, wood or vinyl flooring for your home or business.
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