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When schools break up and the children are sent home for the summer it is of course the perfect time to replace or upgrade flooring, some of the advantages include:


  1. Improved Aesthetics: New flooring can significantly enhance the overall look and feel of the school environment. Clean, modern, and visually appealing flooring can create a positive first impression for visitors, parents, and students.
  2. Enhanced Safety: Worn-out or damaged flooring can pose safety hazards, such as tripping and slipping risks. Upgrading to new, slip-resistant materials can help prevent accidents and ensure the safety of students and staff.
  3. Better Acoustics: Choosing the right flooring materials can improve acoustic properties within classrooms and common areas. This can create a more conducive learning environment by reducing noise levels and distractions.
  4. Health and Hygiene: Old flooring may harbour allergens, dust, and other pollutants that can affect indoor air quality. Upgrading to hypoallergenic and easy-to-clean materials can contribute to a healthier indoor environment.
  5. Durability and Longevity: Investing in high-quality flooring materials can lead to longer-lasting surfaces that withstand heavy foot traffic, reducing the need for frequent replacements and repairs.
  6. Ease of Maintenance: New flooring options often come with modern finishes and coatings that make cleaning and maintenance more efficient. This can lead to cost savings in terms of cleaning supplies and labour.
  7. Sustainability: Many newer flooring materials are more environmentally friendly, with options that use recycled content or are themselves recyclable. Schools can align their upgrades with sustainability goals.
  8. Positive Learning Environment: A well-maintained and visually appealing school environment can have a positive impact on students’ attitudes and behaviour. It can contribute to a sense of pride and ownership among students and staff.
  9. Flexibility in Design: Different areas of a school, such as classrooms, gymnasiums, and common areas, have distinct flooring requirements. Upgrading allows schools to choose materials tailored to each space’s functional needs.
  10. Adherence to Accessibility Standards: Schools must adhere to accessibility guidelines to ensure that the facility is inclusive for all students, including those with mobility challenges. Upgrading flooring can help meet these standards.
  11. Modernisation: Flooring options have evolved, offering a wide variety of colours, patterns, and textures. Upgrading can allow schools to align their interior design with modern aesthetics.
  12. Energy Efficiency: Some flooring materials, such as carpeting, can contribute to better insulation and energy efficiency. This can lead to reduced heating and cooling costs over time.

Upgrading and refreshing flooring in schools can have a far-reaching positive impact on aesthetics, safety, health, sustainability, and the overall learning environment. It’s an investment that can yield benefits for years to come.

Jantex commercial team have been kept busy here are a few examples of our work.

Remove and recycle existing school hall flooring
School Hall new flooring

Uplift and disposal of exsisting flooring to a recycling facility, sub floor preparation and installation of new extra durable wood effect safety vinyl in this school Hall.

Carpet tiles in drama studio
Heavy duty carpet tiles

Installing heavy-wear commercial quality Carpet Tiles in school classrooms and a drama studio.