Posts Tagged ‘flooring’

Exercise Mats and Flooring

Posted on: June 18th, 2010 by

cushioned flooringMost of us, when we’re working out, like to have some sort of cushioned flooring under our feet or our bodies when we do crunches, Pilates, etc. Even if we have to put down a piece of carpet, or workout in a carpeted area, it’s preferable to working out on a hard floor. If you’ve ever tried to perform crunches on a hardwood floor, you know exactly what I’m talking about!

If you were to install some interlocking foam exercise flooring in your personal workout area at home, you wouldn’t have to worry about buying—and storing—exercise mats, which are great for when you can’t or don’t want to put in permanent flooring; kind of like having an exercise mat that covers your entire room!


Trade Show Booth Flooring

Posted on: May 31st, 2010 by

trade show booth flooringSoftCarpetTM trade show flooring actually energizes staff members with its superb, soft, cushioned, underfoot experience. These carpet top, interlocking foam tiles are easily put together, look fantastic, come in a nice variety of colors, and even provides great, anti-fatigue support so as to prevent personnel from getting so easily wearied while being on foot all day. There’s hardly a better looking trade show flooring available on the market, while providing excellence in comfort to feet, back and other body joints.

If you would like something equally as comfortable, but with a wood floor appearance [brighter and generates more contrast], then you will simply love SoftWood trade show booth flooring, which gives the appearance of a wood laminate floor, but is not as hard on the feet, of course, as a hard, wood floor.


Trade Show Flooring

Posted on: May 28th, 2010 by

trade show flooringWhen you’re looking for trade show flooring, your options are so numerous, it’s easy to get a bit overwhelmed at times; but it’s really about needs and taste combined. If you do a lot of expos, then you might be looking at some nice trade show booth flooring, such as the SoftCarpet top, which is elegant, durable, and practical. Trade show flooring comes in roll up versions as well as foam interlocking tiles so as to piece together just the right size to suit your needs.

And, of course, when you’re traveling, you should not neglect appropriate storage and transport units to haul your flooring. That’s why everything has been thought of for you!
Trade show shipping cases are great for putting in the belly of a plane, or even in a moving van or underneath a large touring bus; just choose whether or not you want wheels.


Trade Show Flooring

Posted on: May 8th, 2010 by

trade show flooringTrade show flooring can be rolled up.   Trade show flooring also comes in handy, foam, interlocking tiles that can be pieced together easily, taken apart, and hauled off in shipping cases with wheels for protection of your investment, not to mention to ease transport.  Trade show flooring, or expo flooring as it’s sometimes referred to, comes in multiple colors, faux wood surfacing, camouflage, and numerous other variations in appearance; most of it being anti-fatigue, highly durable, typically manufactured from non-toxic, recycled rubber. You can even find carpeted trade show flooring for a more regal, executive look.

No matter your need, you no longer have to be content to display your showcases set up on area or non-slip rugs…trade show flooring is a sophisticated industry. Are you keeping up?


Trade Show Flooring

Posted on: May 8th, 2010 by

trade show flooring

Maybe you’re not looking exactly for trade show flooring like the kind used in expos, but maybe you need exercise room flooring, as roll up flooring won’t quite suit your purposes.  If you were looking a couple of decades ago, you might have had to be content using exercise mats pushed together, or stacked throw rugs—both of which we all know just won’t cut it when you need something far more durable, practical, and portable.

Exercise flooring like that shown here, you should know, is:

  • Made of EVA foam and contains no latex.
  • Non-Toxic, Lead-Free, Latex-Free.
  • Fire Retardant, meeting highest flammability requirements of FHSA Section 1500.3.

What’s more, our exercise flooring comes in either 2’ x 2’ interlocking tiles, or 4’ x 4’ for covering larger areas faster—either way, you’ll find what you need.