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What Makes a Floor Resilient?
The properties of a polymer, seamless floor allows the floor to flex under loads. These surfaces are sturdy but bounce back when pressure is applied. The comfort underfoot that resilient floors offer are beneficial to businesses where staff are constantly on their feet or visitors are standing in the space for extended periods of time. This is why resilient flooring is often preferred over polished concrete, marble, or tile.
Resilient Floors Can Make a Real Difference
Liquid Elements' resilient floors are able to ease the tension caused in one's body due to prolonged standing, which leads to happier, more productive employees. Resilient floors are often seen in healthcare, retail, and educational environments, and are beneficial to any space where you want to provide a comfortable experience.