Flooring with social impact

It may come as a surprise to those who work within social housing to learn that the vast majority of properties are rented without flooring in their living rooms, bedrooms and other general living areas. Families and children throughout the UK who struggle to prioritise flooring may be living and playing on bare floorboards, or cold concrete floors, leaving families living in what may feel like an ’empty box’.

Something so simple as flooring can lead to happier communities through a reduction in noise complaints and the hidden, yet significant cost to RP’s when resolving them.

Residents with flooring are likely to experience greater self-worth, feel houseproud, with improved finances when the barrier of the large upfront cost of flooring is provided, which in-turn enables them to help sustain their tenancy and take care of their home.

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