Veterinary Office Flooring
Veterinary clinics are places where we entrust the health and wellbeing of our furry and feathered loved ones. To this end, veterinary practices can face the challenge of maintaining a healthy environment that is safe, sanitary, and aesthetically pleasing to pets and their owners.
- Flooring should make it easier, not harder, to manage animals. Floors should be easy for animals with claws to navigate without slipping.
- Floors should be easy to clean and disinfect, free from seams, cracks, pits and other damaged areas where bacteria can flourish, to avoid infecting healthy animals.
- Flooring should also be attractive, giving both employees and pet owners a sense of pride in their choice of veterinary office.
- There are a wide variety of liquid-applied flooring systems available to help optimize both animal and human safety and health.
Veterinary Practice Flooring Sells Your Business
Maintaining the appearance and cleanliness of veterinary office floors communicates to clients that a practice is well-run, safe for pets, clean, and efficient. The condition and appearance – along with concerns about pet odors – are all important aspects in how customers can respond to your practice.
Floors that easily scratch, have seams or grout lines, can absorb urine, waste and other fluids, which may require additional maintenance routines to maintain both a hygienic and odor free floor. Those types of flooring are not as durable as a custom, liquid-applied floor coating system, developed to match the specific needs of a veterinary practice. Tennant Coatings offers products that provide ease of maintenance and outstanding durability, which can help lower maintenance costs over time.