Quick-Step laminate flooring meets the needs of people with disabilities

Installing handrails, widening doors or replacing steps with ramps... These are but a few small home improvements that can make a big difference in the lives of people with disabilities. But did you ever consider how huge an impact the right flooring can have in such cases as well?


Quick-Step flooring, perfect for people with disabilities

Challenges

People with impaired mobility prefer slip-resistant floor types. That’s a given. What’s more, canes, wheelchairs and walkers can wear down a floor faster and threaten its durability. Additional maintenance is often required to keep the floor surface free of scratches and stains.


Quick-Step’s laminate floors fit the bill

Quick-Step offers people with disabilities a wide range of laminate flooring to match any interior. Laminate floors are both easy to install and extremely durable. This makes them the perfect solution for people in dire need of safe and lasting comfort.


A few handy tips

A scratch-resistant surface, like the Scratch Guard layer used by Quick-Step for instance, will prevent scratches in the laminate surface. Combined with a top-quality HDF core, your flooring gets the best possible protection against the impact of wheelchairs or walkers. Furthermore, Quick-Step laminate is splash-proof. Thanks to its strong, water-resistant click system, spilled fluids or moisture can’t get in between or under the laminate planks.


25-year warranty

A good flooring is made to last. That’s why Quick-Step floors all come with a 25-year warranty. This allows you to focus on other things and truly enjoy life, regardless of any limitations.
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