Muddy wellies will no longer be a problem with the installation of Polysafe QuickLay at Cotswold Farm Park as part of a large refurbishment project. The all new loose lay safety flooring collection from Polyflor was specified and installed by LK Flooring across the farm shop, restaurant, toilets and stairs alongside Polysafe Apex which made the perfect solution for their busy commercial kitchen.
Polysafe QuickLay made the ideal choice to ensure that the main hub of the farm was ready for its re-opening on February 16th whilst also providing the necessary safety requirements for busy commercial areas such as the farm’s visitors centre. QuickLay, designed for adhesive-free installation, can be laid over a variety of existing subfloors including new concrete substrates of up to 97% RH. Its adhesive-free installation means no drying time was required and the space could be in use the same day. The collection is suitable for heavy commercial and residential environments in need of a quick turn around and where sustainable slip-resistance is a priority.
The Polysafe QuickLay collection features a contemporary tonal colour bank of 12 shades with a decoration in a selection of tonal hues and gives the newly refurbished centre a fresh and welcoming finish for its stream of visitors. This is combined with its tried and tested PUR reinforcement, providing resistance to staining and chemicals, perfect for the many muddy boots coming off the farm and any food dropped in the restaurant.
Polysafe Apex in shade Siltstone, was used in the commercial kitchen area. With enhanced slip-resistance, the range features a concentrated level of safety aggregates in the vinyl to ensure underfoot safety. It provides low slip potential in busy commercial kitchens and food processing areas where oil and grease are regular contaminants.
Leon Peach at LK Flooring commented: “The new Polysafe QuickLay, was quick and easy to work with and gave great results. It allowed us to get the job finished swiftly and on time. It was a pleasure working on this project with the Cotswold Farm Park and Polyflor products continue to excel and never let us down.”