GP floor

  • Publicatie datum January 30, 2024
  • Auteur Joost van Hulst
  • Laatst aangepast January 30, 2024

At ICM Projects we understand that a general practice is a unique environment that places specific demands on the floor. A GP floor must not only be functional and durable, but also contribute to a professional and hygienic appearance.

With our expertise in floor installations for all kinds of applications, we offer tailor-made solutions that meet the highest standards for general practices.

What requirements must a GP floor meet?

The floor in a general practice must meet various requirements to ensure a safe and hygienic environment. Some important requirements are:

  • Slip resistance to prevent falls.
  • Easy to clean and resistant to disinfectants.
  • Wear-resistant to withstand long-term intensive use.
  • Soundproofing to ensure patient privacy.

To find a suitable floor for your doctor’s practice, you must take the above properties into account. Based on this, you can select various floor types that meet the requirements for a GP floor.

Which floors are suitable for use in a general practice?

Not all floors are suitable for use in a general practice. For example, some floors, such as carpet, wood or laminate, are difficult to keep clean and are susceptible to wear and tear. We therefore advise against installing such floors in a GP practice.

In addition, it is good to take into account the function of the room in which the floor is placed. For example, a different type of floor can be chosen in the consultation room than in a waiting room. Below we will tell you more about the use of GP floors for different areas of a GP practice.

Suitable GP floors for the consultation room

There are various floors that can be an excellent choice for the consultation room of a general practice. The floor for a consultation room will have to contribute to a safe, hygienic and sustainable environment. Some popular floors for the consultation room of a GP practice are:

  • Linoleum floors
  • Epoxy floors
  • PU cast floors
  • Trowel floors
  • PVC floors

The above floor types meet the requirements regarding hygiene and comfort, while also having a professional appearance. This makes them suitable for use in a doctor’s office.

Suitable GP floors for the waiting area

In the waiting area, a floor with a warm appearance and comfortable walking comfort is important. Floors such as PVC, vinyl and PU cast floors can be used here. They create a pleasant atmosphere and offer comfort to waiting patients.

Combination of floors possible for different rooms

At ICM Projects we offer the option of combining different floors, so that every room in the general practice is provided with the most suitable floor.

For example, we can provide the consultation room with a sound-absorbing PVC floor, while the waiting area has a warm and comfortable vinyl floor. Whatever your wishes, at ICM Projects you will always find a suitable flooring solution for your needs.

Custom GP floors from ICM Projects

At ICM Projects we believe in tailor-made solutions. Our experienced professionals work closely with GP practices to create the perfect floor. We take the specific requirements and wishes into account, so that the floor fits seamlessly with the practice environment.

Contact us today for a no-obligation quote and, if desired, tailor-made advice. It is also possible to make an appointment for an on-site visit. Together with one of our experts, we will discuss your wishes and provide you with appropriate advice.

How much does a floor cost for a GP practice?

The costs of a GP floor can vary depending on various factors, such as the material chosen, the surface area and any preparatory work. Contact us for a tailor-made quote without obligation.

How long does it take to install a GP floor?

The duration of installation depends on several factors, including the type of floor and the size of the room. Our professionals strive to carry out the installation efficiently and with as little disruption as possible. Prior to installation, we will inform you of the expected installation time.

What is the importance of a good GP floor?

A good GP floor contributes to a safe, hygienic and professional environment for both staff and patients. A good GP floor will prevent falls, be easy to clean and contribute to the overall appearance of the practice.


Joost van Hulst
Joost van HulstCEO

Purchasing a company floor does not happen overnight. A good floor is only the basis for high work performance if you and your colleagues function optimally in it. For that simple reason, CEO Joost van Hulst makes sure every project runs smoothly every day. We get to the bottom of things for our clients. From administrative offices to hospitals. Ready to perform? The floor is yours.

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