People with disabilities can have beautiful flooring in their homes. Quick Step Laminate flooring offers a nice selection of flooring that will meet the needs of all types of homeowners. Laminate flooring designed to withstand a lot of wear and built to last for many years, will easily meet the needs of those wheelchair bound; as well as those that need a walker on a daily basis.
Classic and Eligna
The Quick-Step Classic and Eligna Collections offer an AC4 Rating for durability, as well as a 5 year Commercial Warranty. The Classic Collection features a 2mm premium underlayment that is also attached. The stunning designs and pattern choices will make Quick Step Laminate flooring a good choice for those in wheelchairs, as well as everyday wear and tear.
How To Install
There is no difference in installation for ADA Approved flooring! But with every installation, there are things you need to keep in mind. When laminate flooring is installed, it is very important that the subfloor is dry, smooth and in good repair. Should you have any warranty issues, this is a must. If the subfloor is not in excellent shape when the laminate flooring is installed, the warranty will be void. It is also important to have proper expansion gaps as well as proper underlayment installed with the laminate flooring.
Many laminate flooring companies offer training videos as well as manufacturers instructions that accompany the packaging. It is always a good idea to review the installation process before you begin installing laminate flooring. Wheelchairs, walkers, and special shoes in general, can add to the wear and tear that is put on any flooring. By taking extra steps to be sure that the laminate flooring is installed properly, you will avoid any warranty and installation issues down the road.
How To Protect Your Flooring
Indoor/Outdoor scooters can put added stress on any floor. Therefore, it is expected that any floor will age sooner than under normal conditions. If an indoor/outdoor scooter is used near a desk, it would be a good idea to place a protective mat in front of the desk. This mat will help reduce extreme wear issues in this particular area of the home.
Your beautiful Quick Step Laminate flooring will be enjoyed for years to come. Keep in mind that a light sweep or light vacuum will be needed on a daily basis, especially if a wheelchair or any indoor/outdoor scooter will be in and out of the house. Sand can become ground into any floor, if it is not swept up on a regular basis.
Here at Bestlaminate we are proud to offer beautiful choices when it comes to laminate flooring for those that are in need of ADA Approved flooring. We believe that everyone deserves to have a beautiful home, with stunning flooring.
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