Tactile Polished Concrete


Do you need your home to be catered for special needs? Is your business is need of hazard identification or cater to those with special needs? Then tactile polished concrete is the way to go.

Tactile concrete is known for its raised shapes—such as circles and stripes—and are usually seen in outdoor areas as a form of hazard identification for those who are visually impaired.

When you are choosing tactile polished concrete for your home or business, there are some tactile polished concrete trends to consider, which include:

1. Multiple colours

While you could argue that multiple colours are used for practicality, multiple colours can also be seen as one of many tactile concrete trends. Tactile polished concrete floors don’t have to be boring, with the right combination of colours, floors and hazards can be brought to life. Colours for tactile polished concrete floors include but are not limited to: yellow, red, grey, black, white, ivory and blue.

2. Natural materials and sensations

A recent tactile polished concrete trend that has emerged is natural material and sensations. Natural materials and sensations that have emerged through this trend include grains of wood and the rough touch of stone.

3. Location

While tactile polished concrete is generally located in public places such as train stations and pedestrian crossings, another tactile concrete trend is the fact that this concrete can also be installed in offices and homes. Safety is just as important in the office for those who are visually impaired, as it is on the street, not to mention it can make life easier at home.

So there you have it, now you know of some tactile polished concrete trends to think about it when preparing your office or home floors to cater to those with special needs and/or hazard identification. All that’s left to do is to pick an installer to get this important job done. You can check out some of our amazing work here