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Vinyl & Safety Flooring


Sheet vinyl flooring is vinyl flooring that comes in large, continuous, flexible sheets. A vinyl sheet floor is completely impermeable to water. Vinyl flooring is extensively used because it is fairly durable, adjustability resilient and insulating,it can also be on occasions easy to install.

Vinyl flooring is available in a wide range of colours and appearances  


Safety flooring is now the most popular type of flooring to have in various industries and this is mainly due to its easiness to clean and hygienic properties. Safety flooring is made up of high grade vinyl that is flexible and durable, there are various commercial sectors that benefit from using safety flooring.

unlike standard vinyl flooring the technology used to create safety flooring is slightly different. In safety flooring the manufacturing process mixes the vinyl with silicone carbide, quartz and aluminium oxides. It is these added elements that give the floor its advanced technologies including its non-slip, impervious and sound resistant qualities.

Carpets & Carpet Tiles

A carpet is a textile floor covering typically consisting of an upper layer of pile attached to a backing. Carpets are used for a variety projects.

Carpet is one of the softest flooring materials available, providing a cushioned surface for your feet in almost any location.

To ensure you get a style thats appropriate for your project, its important to know the characteristics of the different type of carpeting available


Carpet tiles can be used as an alternative to more common rolled carpets. They are formed from an upper layer of pile attached to a backing and are produced in a variety of sizes, patterns and colours . Carpet tiles are often used in commercial and public buildings such as airports, offices, schools and so on. Carpet tiles can be installed over many floor types and can be replaces quite easy for cleaning or if they get damaged

Ceramic Tiling


Ceramic tiles have quickly become one of the most popular types of materials used on most projects. Ceramic tiles have a much longer life comparison to other materials that are used to cover floors and walls. Another benefit associated with the durability of ceramic tiles is that they resistant to moisture.


Alongside durability, ceramic tiles are also known because of their ample amount of resistance. Ceramic tiles are generally placed in high traffic areas as well as wet areas and can be used for exterior use.


Other types include

  • Porcelain
  • Glass
  • Stone
  • Marble
  • Granite 

Timber Flooring



Timber flooring is a product manufactured from timber that is designed for use as flooring, either structural or aesthetic. Timber is a common choice as a flooring material and can come in various styles, colors, cuts and species. 



Hard wood flooring is a popular floor surface covering material and has been for centuries. This is due to its versatility of function and design, as well as an inherent natural charm that gives each installation a unique personality and beauty

Entrance Matting



Entrance matting (also known as barrier matting) is designed to effectively remove and retain soil, moisture and prevent its ingress in to a building via pedestrian and wheeled traffic. 

Entrance matting can form part of an image statement occupying a prime position in every building, entrance matting is a key area for creativity and forming a unique first and last impressions for every new visitor.


other benefits of entrance matting 

  • Minimize the risk of slip accidents coursed by wet flooring
  • Reduce maintenance costs
  • Improve the appearance of internal floor coverings by significantly reducing the amount of dirt and moisture tracked in to a building

Surface Preparation


Surface Preparation is the process of treating the surfaces of a substrate in order to increase its adhesion to coatings.The single most important function that influences coatings and floor finish performance is the quality of the surface preparation


We specialize in preparing sub floors with in commercial, retail, offices and many more sectors. Our equipment consists of different types of machines and tools that help us achieve precise profiles when required prior to new surfaces being laid, as well as specialist equipment designed for quick removal of a vast array of floor coverings.

  • Shot Blasting
  • Diamond Grinding
  • Planetary Grinding
  • Scabbing
  • Planing
  • Makinex Jackhammer
  • surface Vacuum
  • Tent Systems

Smoothing Compounds 


Smoothing compound is essential for a successful floor covering installation. We use a wide range of award winning latex, water based smoothing and self leveling compounds for internal and external use.

For problem floors, especially refurbishment projects smoothing compounds offer the ultimate solution.



BAC Flooring & Ceramics offer a pumping services for large wide open areas or one of trained operatives can apply manually with mixing stations for smaller areas like apartments, care homes and projects where a pumping machine is not necessary   



  • Pump applied screeds
  • Hand applied screed 

Moisture Testing



It is imperative all sub floors are tested for moisture prior to installing floor coverings. This should include recording of all measurements taken. There are several types of testing for measuring the moisture within a sub floor


  • Relative Humidity (RH) - Non destructive, slow but very accurate
  • Relative Value (RV) - Non destructive, quick and accurate 
  • Moisture Content (MC) - Non destructive and very accurate
  • Calcium Carbide Test (CM) - Destructive and very accurate

Surface Damp Proof Membranes


Damp proof membrane 'DPM' is used on top of sub floors above 75%RH


Damp proof membranes 'DPM' is a two - component epoxy resin membrane that is tolerant of residual moisture in most sub floors up to 97% RH. one or to coats may be applied depending on the degree of dampness present in the sub floor.


Typical uses

  • As a surface dame proof membrane
  • As a moisture barrier on concrete / sand cement screeds in most cases can be used on Anhydrite screed

Advantages

  • Provides a surface damp - proof membrane
  • Allows rapid laying of floor toppings and floor coverings

Sand Cement Screeds


A floor screed is usually cementitious material made from a 1:3 or  1:4.5 ratio of cement to sharp sand. it may be applied onto either a solid in-situ concrete ground floor slab or onto a precast concrete floor unit.


The screed may be bonded the the base, or laid un-bonded on to a suitable damp proof membrane which is placed over the slab. Alternatively it may be applied as a floating finish over a layer of rigid insulation material

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