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  1. silver fox

    silver fox Member

    Been asked to recommend some flooring for a sensory room being made for a severely disabled baby. I was thinking about Quickstep Livyn. Anybody done one of these type of projects or can offer any suggestions?
     
  2. Alban

    Alban New Member

    Hi , I have worked on a similar rooms but the floors and walls were fitted with pvc cushion mats like in a soft play area .These where made to measure by a specialist company and about 25mm thick they supplied and fitted them .

    Thanks Alban
     
  3. kmcnrc

    kmcnrc New Member

    Location:
    West Lothian
    depends on individual needs of the baby. carpet or gym mats may suffice for home use if cushion pvc is out of budget.
     
  4. marks.fletchers

    marks.fletchers New Member

    I think R11 non slip vinyl flooring will suit best for disabled baby. It is specially designed with the level of slip resistance.
     

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