Modular Carpet Tile In Senior Living

All the Comforts of Home Away from Home

The transition from living at home to a senior living environment has greatly improved with the increasing focus on incorporating elements of home and hospitality, and the trend toward recognizably domestic spaces. Interface modular carpet adds warmth, cheerful color and a comforting softness that responds to these trends.

Interface modular flooring also helps enhance the first impression that so often influences the decision to move into a senior campus. In addition to a wide variety of patterns and colors, our proprietary preservative, Intersept®, protects our carpet tile against odors.

Ease of Movement & Greater Comfort

Mobility testing of wheelchairs, walkers and carts on our modular carpet tile has shown dimensional stability and resistance rates close to hard surfaces, while constituting a more resilient and forgiving option that offers anti-fatigue properties for caregivers. And paired with our unique cushioning technology, SmartCells®, it absorbs impact and has been shown to reduce the risk of fall-related injuries.

Acoustically, carpet tile is also a preferable alternative to vinyl, wood or rubber—for those within a space as well as those in the rooms below. It has a positive effect on the overall level of comfort and healing, which goes right to the heart of the matter.

Easy installation, no disruptions.

Interface modular carpet also installs without the use of glue, which reduces the mess, odor, VOCs, cost and need to relocate residents or staff during the installation or replacement process.

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Senior Living Projects

  • Longwood at Oakmont Case Study

    Location Verona, PA  Photos Nathan Bolster Photography

    When Longwood at Oakmont renovated its Hanna HealthCare Center, Executive Director Michael Haye wanted to create a homey interior with finishes that offered commercial performance and easy care. RLPS Architects of Lancaster, PA opted for warm finishes, elegant furnishings, and flooring that tied together the design scheme’s residential feel.

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  • Presbyterian Senior Living

    Locations Dillsburg, Lancaster & Stewartstown, PA   Photos Nathan Bolster Photography

    When Presbyterian Senior Living (PSL) installed Interface carpet tile in six of its many locations, it was for two key reasons—functionality and timeless design. PSL needed a flooring that not only met various codes for senior living environments, but also offered a wide selection of styles, patterns and colors to create a distinct look and feel at each facility.

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  • River Garden Hebrew Home

    Location Jacksonville, FL   Photos Nathan Bolster Photography

    Seeking to create a warm, pleasing aesthetic with flooring that’s easy to install and maintain, River Garden Hebrew Home in Jacksonville, Florida, selected Interface modular carpet for its renovation project at the suggestion of interior designers Design Mind Studios.

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  • NewBridge on the Charles

    Location Dedham, MA  Photos Nathan Bolster

    The NewBridge on the Charles campus includes private cottages, independent and assisted living spaces, a community center equipped with a library, auditorium and fitness center and a state of the art healthcare facility. With almost one million square feet of building space on campus, one of the most talked about is their one-of-a-kind healthcare center.

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