All things flooring

  • 4 Flooring Trends of 2019
    Flooring trends are increasingly becoming more daring and creative. Whether you are looking for trends to take into your home, your store or an industrial space, we delve into the top four flooring trends for this year. 1. Wood-alike Since our post on stamped concrete, we are noticing more and…… Read more »
  • Robust, Reused, Recycled: Terrazzo Flooring
    We are reminded in nearly every aspect of our life to recycle, whether through the recyclable symbol on food packaging, the reduction of single-life plastics in retail or horror stories about our dying planet on social media. With the issue being so widely and openly discussed, it is making it…… Read more »
  • Car Park Flooring Problems Part 6: Concrete Slab Movement
    Throughout this series we’ve talked a lot about the unique flooring challenges thrown up by the construction and management of large, multi-storey car park structures. In this post, we’ll take a look at one of the most fundamental issues created by the design of car park facilities, which is the…… Read more »
  • Building Bridges: The HZMB Mega Bridge
    The remarkable Hong-Kong-Zhuhai-Macau Bridge, also known as HZMB, is the $20 billion development built to link the three cities of Hong Kong, Zhuhai and Macau for the first time. Construction Challenges The scale and ambition of the project was truly unique, as the 55-kilometre (35 mile) bridge-tunnel system includes a…… Read more »
  • It’s All in the Texture
    Textured flooring has many benefits, ranging from visual appeal to increased health and safety of a space. This post explores using textures from both angles, take a look. When Looks are Everything Textured flooring can be used in order to show or mirror certain visuals, often to great effect. A…… Read more »
  • Keeping Clean From the Ground Up
    When it comes to keeping a space clean a little dusting here and there can work wonders. Whilst cleaning and tidying on a regular basis works well for some spaces, it doesn’t quite cut it for cleanroom environments. Here we explore the necessary measures for maintaining such a space. What…… Read more »
  • Car Park Flooring Problems Part 5: Tyre Squeal
    In the last post in this series we looked at how aggregates can be used to add slip resistance into a car park’s floor and why this is important. There was one extra related aspect to this however that we thought it’d be worth covering in its own post –…… Read more »
  • Several Chapters Added to Hong Kong’s Multi-Storey
    A growth in construction of local amenities and facilities can benefit towns and cities in several ways, from an increase in revenue to providing more jobs for local people. Among all of these positive outputs, we often hear of a particular pitfall – the lack of parking! What use is…… Read more »
  • Car Park Flooring Problems Part 4: Slip Resistance
    Our previous posts on car park flooring have focused on a number of environmental and construction issues, but in this article we’ll look at a key functionality that all car park floors must provide – slip resistance. This is important because not only does it make sure that vehicles can…… Read more »
  • Which Flooring is the Cream of the Crop for the Dairy Industry?
    If you are an All Things Flooring regular you will have seen a handful of blog posts on flooring solutions for the food and beverage industry, but when it comes to the dairy industry, specific measures must be taken to ensure the flooring is fit for purpose. Let’s moo-sey through…… Read more »
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