German Red Cross (DRK)
Redesign of the training facilities in the Red Cross building in Leichlingen
- Laminate Classic 1050. Larch Antique 2-strip
- Unterlay Duo Protect
Mouth-to-mouth, CPR, resuscitation: The old flooring in the Red Cross building in Leichlingen has been through a lot. The rooms in the building, which has been in use by the German Red Cross since 1902, see heavy traffic by emergency services, Youth Red Cross, training courses, and senior citizen groups, as well as the administration, and must be renovated regularly. The old and defective flooring was hard to clean and was a bother, especially during first aid.
Parador supports the local association with laminate flooring Classic 1050 - Larch Antique 2-strip and Duo-Protect underlay.
The room acoustics have improved significantly thanks to the new, high-quality flooring. It is much easier to clean, and the rooms are overall much more inviting than they used to be. Here, it’s often a matter of life and death. So it’s very important that everyone feels comfortable.
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What was missing was a floor that offered excellent durability and great protection from edge swelling with a swell-protected core board with all-round edge impregnation.
Parador supports the German Red Cross building with laminate flooring Classic 1050 - Larch Antique 2-strip and the matching Duo-Protect underlay.
With the patented Safe-Lock-PRO® click mechanism, emergency service volunteer members were able to easily and quickly custom-fit the installation of the floor.
The rooms are being used by various groups and also serve as storage space. Something is always being renovated or installed. The new flooring with easy-to-clean surface makes everyday life much easier.
Whether it's senior citizen groups, training courses, or Youth Red Cross: The new flooring has advantages for everyone!