Floor design is an integral part in any new build or refurbishment project. It can be used to transform dull rooms into stimulating surroundings. Resin flooring provides outstanding flexibility in terms of design; bespoke floor finishes can be created with colour combinations and patterns tailored to suit requirements. 

Flooring for education needs to be hardwearing, easy to maintain and visually attractive. It also needs to be hygienic and durable enough to withstand the test of time without the need for frequent repair.

Resin systems provide a sustainable solution by offering superior durability. This translates into greater longevity, resulting in lower maintenance costs. Therefore, resin finishes have become a popular flooring option for schools and other educational establishments.

Typical Installation Areas…

  • Classrooms
  • Reception areas
  • Laboratories
  • Corridors
  • Stairwells
  • Kitchens
  • Canteens
  • Refectories
  • Libraries / resource centres
  • Leisure facilties
  • WC blocks
  • Perfoming arts centres
  • Atriums
  • Student Union buildings
  • External paths and walkways

Service Benefits…

  • Flexible working programmes
  • Bespoke sample making service
  • Subfloor removal and preparation
  • Aftercare / Cleaning
  • Unique designs and patterns
  • Internal & external solutions
  • Comprehensive and informative consultations

Product Benefits…

  • Fast curing resin flooring solutions
  • Endless range of colour choices and finishes
  • Fast curing underlay screeds and repair
  • Seamless and easy to maintain floors
  • Excellent bond to the substrate
  • Adaptable slip resistant finishes
  • Outstanding durability


“The Degafloor system provides a very durable and attractive floor that enhances the appearance of the College environment.  National Flooring has been very responsive, reacting and adhering to tight dead lines.  Floors in key areas have been laid out of normal hours minimising disruption in a busy College.  The high quality, hard wearing floors are more easily cleaned than other alternatives.”

Gary Wentworth from Arthur Mellows Village College