Mobility Friendly Flooring

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Mobility Friendly Flooring

Slip resistance: For the wheels to get a firm grip, there needs to be adequate traction. This can be achieved by adding a textured or otherwise slip-resistant surface, so that the floor won't ever encounter moisture.
Firmness: If you have a wheelchair user in your home, it's important to find a floor that is durable enough to support the weight of the chair.
Stability: The floor should be solidly bonded to the subfloor, without the risk of slippage or detachment as a wheelchair moves over it.

Smoothness: In order to provide traction on the surface, the floor needs to be textured, but it can't be too uneven or bumpy. If this is the case, it will make it difficult for someone to walk or roll over without tripping.

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