Maybe you’re building a new senior living community or residential care facility. Or maybe you’re looking at updating existing properties.
Either way, you’re going to be investing a significant amount of money in floorcovering.
Carpet has many advantages for senior living – including offering a more residential feel, comfort underfoot and noise reduction. It’s an excellent choice for common spaces such as dining rooms, corridors, lounge areas and exercise rooms.
Plus, it’s less expensive to maintain than hard surface flooring. With proper maintenance, carpet in senior living environments can last many years. In fact, you’re more likely to replace your carpet to update the look rather than because it has worn out.
This infographic from AJAS Platinum Partner J+J Flooring explains how you can protect your floorcovering investment.