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Classroom & Library Flooring

Like other areas within educational facilities, classroom and library/media center flooring can support students’ learning efforts when thoughtfully chosen. The right school setting can help scholars, whatever their ages, accomplish and achieve. At Florock, we offer cement floor epoxy coatings in unlimited colors and blends—and that’s just the beginning. Our classroom and library flooring is available in various patterns, designs, textures, logos and floor-embedded wayfinding messages that can make each room unique and interesting. With so many options, it’s easy to find a solution that complements every classroom and library interior.

Vinyl floors and carpets both release toxic VOC’s after installation resulting in poor indoor air quality that can be especially hard on those with asthma and allergies  Florock epoxy flooring does not outgas after full cure

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Cutting-Edge and Time-Tested Classroom & Library Flooring

Classroom flooring has long been the domain of carpet and vinyl— and more recently, stained concrete. With online access to flooring material and comparison information, this is rapidly changing.  Like a famous men’s clothier once said, “A well-informed consumer is our best customer.” Those who do their homework before selecting new classroom and library flooring quickly learn that decorative, high tech Florock epoxy floor coatings offer superior design flexibility, performance characteristics, hygiene, safety and overall lifecycle value.

Everyone knows it’s important for heavily trafficked classroom and library floors to look good and perform to spec over time. Indelible spills, stains and traffic patterns can quickly show up in carpeting, which has a relatively short usable life and typically requires more frequent replacement compared to decorative Florock  high-performance flooring.

Vinyl floors and carpet both release toxic VOC’s for some time after installation.

The resulting poor indoor air quality (IAQ) can be hard on those with respiratory ailments, such as asthma and allergies. In contrast, Florock epoxy flooring does not outgas after full cure and is completely inert. Stained concrete can wear down to bare cement within a matter of months in high traffic areas. The resulting “concrete dusting” is hard on IAQ, as well as facility air filtration systems.

Installed at Facilities Operated by:

The Citadel  u of rochester  U of W School of Vet Med Southern Illinois UniversityIllinois Institute of Technology

The Evolving Educational Facility Flooring

The function of libraries and educational facility classrooms is changing rapidly.  Whether newly built or renovated, classroom and library spaces are being designed to enable multiple group sessions, collaborative learning and quick access to a variety of online and other media. The expense of providing facilities with up-to-date technology puts increasing pressure on already tight budgets. For these facilities:

  • Every dollar counts and floor finishes are expected to last.
  • Superior durability, along with outstanding abrasion and impact and wear resistance, is paramount.
  • Slip-resistance that doesn’t sacrifice easy, economical cleaning is important.

That’s why ever increasing numbers of school boards, superintendents and financial decision-makers, from early childhood centers to universities, are choosing Florock’s resinous concrete flooring systems for classrooms and libraries.

It’s hard to find a more beautiful educational facility flooring value than Florock! Contact our epoxy flooring experts today.

What Our Clients Are Saying

“We have had many different brands installed, but Florock Epoxy & Urethanes have held up to all the wear & tear of Hi-Traffic conditions better than all the rest. We have used Florock products for many years”

Ray Strong, Maintenance Supervisor Baldor Electric, Ft. Smith, AR
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