Wet Adhesives (Glue) vs. Dry Adhesives in Schools

Posted by Sean McDermott on May 9, 2017 8:00:00 AM

When renovating or making repairs at an older school, new flooring is often a top priority because of the heavy foot traffic that wears on the floors day after day. Once flooring and flooring accessories have been selected, you’ll need to choose the best adhesive for the job - wet or dry. Here’s a comparison of two options for installations in schools.

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Topics: Lok-Lift, Education

How to Choose the Best Cove Base for Your School

Posted by Angela Blair on May 2, 2017 8:00:00 AM

There are many flooring details to consider when designing a new school or developing plans to renovate an old one. Over the years, we’ve noticed that one of the most important accessories you’ll have to choose is cove base, which will help protect your walls from chemicals the maintenance crews will use to clean the floors, as well as from damage from rolling carts, book bags, and other equipment that teachers and students may be traveling with through the halls.

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Topics: Gradus Products, Cove Base, Education

How to Fix Your School's Damaged Stairs

Posted by Angela Blair on Apr 25, 2017 8:00:00 AM

Many older schools face the same problem - their staircases have deteriorated over the years. The chips and cracks on concrete stairs or the fraying and wear on carpeted stairs aren’t only unsightly, but can also be a serious danger for students and teachers.

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Topics: Gradus Products, Stair Nosings and Edgings, Education