THE 3 FACTORS TO TAKE INTO CONSIDERATION
When selecting a flooring system for your facility, there are three factors to consider: the type of facility, the budget and the current condition of the substrate.
Type of Facility:
The first questions to ask yourself is: What are we doing in our facility? Asking yourself what the building’s use is will determine what type of floor system best suits your facility. For example, a food processing facility will require a different flooring system than that of an automotive manufacturer. Food industry flooring requirements are usually driven by government standards against bacteria and whatnot. On the other hand, the type of flooring in the automotive industry is driven by durability, impact resistance, safety and sometimes aesthetics.