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Altro Wood Safety Used By Norfolk’s Largest Care Home Provider

Norse-Care-Westfields-Care-Home-Altro-Wood-Safety-03Altro Wood Safety flooring has been used by NorseCare, Norfolk’s largest care home provider, in all 23 of its residential care homes in the county.

Andy Moore, facilities manager at NorseCare, explains why Altro Wood Safety has been regularly used at their care homes. “We are very familiar with Altro products and find they are ideal for use in care homes in terms of quality and practical application, as well as having superb colours and designs to choose from. We fit Alto WhiterockTM hygienic wall cladding in our shower areas too, as it’s a great-looking product which is easy to clean.

“We have found Altro Wood Safety flooring to be suitable because it is so successful in terms of safety, practicality, aesthetics, and ease of maintenance, which are all vital aspects in a care home.

“Residents can often be unsure on their feet, so reliable safety flooring is a must. We also like to create an environment for residents that is warm, welcoming and homely, and we find Altro Wood Safety helps to create a bright, non-clinical feel wherever it is used.”

Altro Wood Safety is a true wood-look, sparkle-free safety flooring with a palette of 16 classic, contemporary and on-trend designs, which are ideal in locations where first impressions count and safety cannot be compromised.

Altro Wood Safety offers sustained slip resistance for the lifetime of the product, keeping your risk of a slip to just one in a million. The range also benefits from Altro Easyclean Maxis PUR Technology for optimum long-term cleaning and maintenance performance.

For further information call 01462 707600 or visit www.altro.co.uk

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