APARTMENT FLOORING

Ever been in an apartment where a pin dropping can be heard in the next room?

Fortunately, most apartment buildings are now constructed to minimise noise annoyance, with high importance placed on ensuring walls are adequately soundproofed.

However, walls are not the only component of soundproofing – the right flooring can also help to reduce sound for a quieter apartment.

One material that accomplishes this particularly well is rubber, as it possesses fantastic sound absorbing qualities that reduce echoing.

It’s also an apartment flooring option that’s easy to clean and comfortable to walk on, making it an ideal choice for a variety of reasons.

The Benefits of Rubber Apartment Flooring

Installing this flooring within an apartment has a range of benefits, including the following:

  • Absorbs sound and reduces echo, which helps to minimise noise and contribute to a quiet environment.
  • Provides a comfortable surface for standing and walking on.
  • Non-slip, lowering the risk of falls.
  • Doesn’t retain temperature, meaning you can say goodbye to cold tiles in winter and hot carpet in summer.
  • Easier to maintain and clean than many other flooring materials.
  • A cost effective flooring option with a long lifespan of up to 20 years.
  • Shock absorbent, ensuring dropped items are less likely to break.

Specialists in Rubber Flooring Solutions

iRubber have supplied high-quality rubber flooring products for over 20 years, giving us the expertise to provide solutions for a wide range of applications. We provide only the best international brands from Europe and the USA, including Roppe, Burke and Dalsouple, ensuring top-quality performance. With natural, synthetic and recycled options in a range of colours to choose from, our range offers the best versatility. To learn more about the available options for rubber apartment flooring, or to obtain tailored advice, contact us today.

Here’s a great link from an apartment
owners personal experience!

One of the more perpetually hilarious/depressing things about looking at apartments in New York is seeing the ways that landlords try to get creative when renovating and preparing a unit for the next tenant. I recently got an email from a reader who was looking for a recommendation on where to hire a french polishing expert after she uncovered a beautiful original hardwood door in her Harlem apartment, which at some point had been covered with a piece of 70s wood paneling….

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