The design of senior living communities has evolved. Driven by a shift in the expectations and preferences of an active and engaged generation, there is an increase in demand for communities that support a dynamic lifestyle. From amenities to aesthetics, comfort to safety, connectivity to care, create space to interact and engage. Design communities to support, encourage and enhance the human experience.
To demonstrate the performance of our ExoGurd® finish, the Patcraft technical team created the RTS test method based off the Martindale procedure.
Both our ExoGuard® resilient finish and our EcoSolutionQ® nylon fiber is constructed to resist soil and stains, as well as high appearance retention over time.
Patcraft resilient is polish optional, offering easy, low-cost maintenance and lower lifecycle costs that help to extend the lifespan of the floor.
Our flooring can provide opportunities to enhance acoustic design – balancing quite spaces and collaboration spaces with sound-absorbing materials to positively impact the student experience.
Our Flooring is FloorScore certified (resilient) and CRI Green Label Plus (carpet), with low VOC and ortho phalate-free, contributing to a better indoor air quality and overall material health.
From adhesives, to rolled barriers, to padded backings and sealers, Patcraft offers a variety of solutions to prevent, survive or solve moisture. We are the only manufacturer to warrant a moisture treatment system from the subfloor to the finished product.
Patcraft is proud to partner with The Center for Health Design to offer CHD members free access to the Impacts of Aging Toolbox.
The Impacts of Aging Toolbox is created to help designers, facilities and community owners understand and implement evidence- based design and solutions for the needs of Senior Living and Assisted Living Communities. The Impacts of Aging toolbox includes topics such as, Universal Design, Aging in Place, and Intergenerational Living.
A full list of all the resources available in the toolbox can be found through the link below.www.healthdesign.org