All Factors Considered...This Is the "Best"
Flooring for Kennels...IMO...
European Safety Flooring for Heavy Traffic
concentration and deep inlay of carborundum granules for
longlife slip resistance.
of maintenance due to permanent treatment that eliminates
to combat the growth of fungus and bacteria.
"life-cycle cost" you can get
Safe...no slipping, yet easy on dogs' pads
can expect 20 or more years of good use without ever having
to shut down your kennel in order to "do floor maintenance
flooring is not sold in stores...it is made in Europe
and is sold world wide in the commercial flooring market.
what a Vet said about this flooring. She had experience
with many different kinds of flooring in her practice.
are a few pictures of the Gerflor that you suggested that
I install. I could not be happier. This floor is everything
that you said it would be and more. It is very easy to clean
and truly a non-slip floor. The older dogs in my practice
have no problems walking on it like they did on the old
VCT. As you know, I had some problems with the original
contractor and had to redo some of the original work on
the building. The contractor who took over the project was
stressing out that his workers were going to damage the
floor. No problem. The Gerflor stood up to walls being torn
down and the HVAC system dropping soot everywhere. The Gerflor
took a beating and looked no worse for the wear in the end.
Not only was I really impressed, but so was the contractor.
Making the decision to install Gerflor was the best decision
I made and is probably the only part of building the new
facility that went smoothly. I appreciate all of your help
and time and I also appreciate you hooking me up with Steve
Blocker, the installer. Steve did a remarkable job and did
not have the best circumstances to be working under.
M. Trapani DVM Animal Health Center, Inc. Walpole, MA 02081
Dog Kennel Floors will help you get the best flooring at
the best price, even though we are not a "local contractor"
Dr. Trapani had an estimate through her General Contractor
of about $69,000 for the flooring. Her new facility is in
a former restaurant, so there was extensive prep work in
order to install flooring.
Dog Kennel Floors saved her nearly 40% off the amount proposed
by her local contractor. Plus, the quality of the flooring
material was superior to what had proposed locally.
Pictures of floors never seem to turn out well. Here are
some shots of Dr. Trapani's floor done in "Jasper"
(see second down from top in left column)
Color Options Below....
GRANT FOR SAMPLES and MORE INFORMATION