Designed as the first point of contact for a visitor entering the interior of an office building, Pedigree Entrance Zone captures soil and moisture as people walk on its dense pile.
A good flooring entrance system provides two key advantages for an office building – cost savings through reduced cleaning and maintenance, and the everyday protection of floor coverings within the building.
In an office environment, maintenance can account for 80 per cent of the total life cycle cost of flooring, so choosing an entrance system that helps to protect your investment is key.
The course-scraping fibres, dense pile weight and height of Pedigree Entrance Zone holds more than five litres of water per square metres, and can take up to 90 per cent of dirt and water off people's shoes.
It is the practical choice for keeping the flooring throughout an office building looking better for longer as it stops dirt and moisture from moving forward into the building. As a result, it saves on cleaning and maintenance.
Suitable for many types of installations including loose-laid, set into a large mat well or fully installed like a carpet, Pedigree Entrance Zone is adaptable to any space.
"The fact that Pedigree Entrance Zone looks like a carpet and flows seamlessly from an entrance to another space is an important aspect in keeping an office aesthetic consistent," says Carl Griffiths, product manager of Karndean Designflooring. "This means that you get the durability and protection you need, but with a look that fits in with your overall scheme."