The physical environment of a school can have a significant impact on the performance and satisfaction of both students and staff. Flooring plays a key role in that equation.
A common issue for most K-12 schools is of course budget. They don’t have deep pockets for renovations, maintenance and new construction. However, it is vital to not let the current budget get in the way of quality flooring materials and proper installation. If critical steps are omitted to save money, it can cause more costly repairs down the road. And, more importantly, poor installation and materials can have an impact on the air quality in schools and the safety of our children.