Vet floor

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

As a veterinary practice, it is important to have a floor that can withstand daily wear and tear and guarantees the hygiene of the practice. At ICM Projects we understand that every veterinary practice is unique and that is why we offer a wide range of flooring to meet the specific needs of your practice.

Our floors are designed to meet the highest standards of quality, durability and hygiene, so you can focus on what really matters: the health of the animals. A high-quality veterinary floor that meets the highest requirements will contribute to this.

Properties of a vet floor

A vet floor must meet several important properties:

  • Hygiene: A vet floor should be easy to clean and disinfect. The material should have no pores or cracks where bacteria or dirt can accumulate.
  • Non-slip: The floor should have a non-slip surface to prevent slipping, especially when working with water or other liquids.
  • Chemical Resistant: Floors in a veterinary practice must be resistant to the common cleaners and disinfectants used in the veterinary practice.
  • Durable: A vet floor must be able to withstand the wear and tear of moving furniture, animals and foot traffic.
  • Water resistant: the floor must be resistant to moisture and liquids, as a veterinary practice involves regular cleaning and may experience spills.
  • Comfortable for animals: If the floor is used for treatments or examinations that require animals to lie on, it must be comfortable for the animals to lie on.
  • Sound-absorbing: A floor that absorbs sound can help reduce noise levels in practice, which can reduce stress in animals.
  • Durable: the floor must last a long time and withstand intensive use.
  • Fire safety: If the practice is required to meet certain building codes, the floor may need to meet certain fire-resistant standards.
  • Easy to repair or replace: In case of damage, the floor should be easy to repair or replace without having to clear the entire room.
  • Aesthetically pleasing: Although not the most important aspect, a floor that looks good can contribute to the overall appearance of the practice.
  • Antibacterial: Some flooring materials have antibacterial properties that can help control the spread of germs.

Our floors have been carefully selected based on these criteria, so that they perfectly meet the needs of a veterinary practice.

Veterinarian floor in front of the treatment room

The treatment room is the heart of the veterinary practice. This is where the medical procedures take place, which requires a floor with specific properties. We offer different types of veterinary floors that are suitable for the treatment room of a veterinary practice:

Linoleum floors

Linoleum floors are an excellent choice for the treatment room. They are liquid-tight, durable and easy to clean. Moreover, they are available in various colors and designs, so you can adapt the floor to the appearance of your practice.

Marmoleum floors

Marmoleum floors are made from natural materials and are known for their durability and hygienic properties. They are available in a wide range of colors and patterns, making them perfectly adaptable to the treatment room decor.

Cast floors

Cast floors offer a seamless and sleek finish. They are easy to clean and are an excellent choice for areas where hygiene is of great importance, such as the treatment room of a veterinary practice.

Trowel floors

Trowel floors are very wear-resistant and liquid-tight. They are often used in areas where intensive use takes place, such as treatment rooms. In addition, they are easy to clean and disinfect, making them an ideal candidate for the treatment room of a veterinary practice.

MMA floors

MMA floors are fast-curing floor systems that are perfect for veterinary practices that need to be operational again quickly. They are liquid-tight, durable and easy to clean.

The combination of suitable properties, with regard to load-bearing capacity, hygiene and ease of maintenance, and the quick installation, make it ideal as a veterinary floor. This also makes MMA floors the perfect choice for renovation projects.

Veterinarian floor for the waiting room

The waiting room also deserves a floor that is comfortable and functional. At ICM Projects we offer various options that are suitable for the waiting room of a veterinary practice:

PVC floors

PVC floors are comfortable to walk on and have a warm appearance. They are hard-wearing and easy to maintain, making them perfect for the waiting area of a veterinary practice.

Epoxy floors

Epoxy floors are exceptionally strong and durable. They can withstand heavy loads and are easy to clean. In addition, they are available in different colors and finishes, so you can match them perfectly with the interior of the waiting room.

PU floors

PU floors combine comfort with durability at their best. They are sound-absorbing and suitable for intensive use. These floors are also available in various colors and finishes, making them easy to combine with the current interior.


Carpet creates a warm and homely atmosphere in the waiting room. It is comfortable to sit on and dampens noise. This can reduce animal stress by creating a rustic environment.

Novilon vinyl

Novilon vinyl offers the comfort of carpet combined with the durability of vinyl. It is easy to clean and available in various designs. Ideal for use in a veterinarian’s waiting room due to comfortable properties and good price-quality ratio.

Choose a custom vet floor from ICM Projects

At ICM Projects we understand that every veterinary practice is unique and that is why we offer custom floors that meet the specific needs of your veterinary practice.

Our experts work closely with you to design the perfect floor that suits your practice. We offer different types of floors, including linoleum, marmoleum, cast floors, trowel floors, MMA floors, PVC floors, epoxy floors and PU floors.

Contact us for a no-obligation consultation or request a no-obligation quote immediately. If necessary, we can visit your practice to discuss your wishes and options on location. Schedule an appointment with one of our experts.

What is the importance of a liquid-tight floor in the treatment room?

A liquid-tight floor is essential in the treatment room of a veterinary practice to prevent liquids from seeping into the floor. This makes the floor hygienic and easy to clean, which is crucial for a safe and clean environment for both animals and staff.

How much time does it take to install a vet floor?

The installation time of a vet floor depends on several factors, such as the type of floor and the size of the room. On average, the installation of a vet floor takes several days to a week. Our experts can give you an accurate estimate in advance.

What does a vet floor cost per m2?

The costs of a vet floor per square meter vary depending on the chosen floor type, the required preparation of the substrate and any additional options. For an exact quote, we recommend requesting a customized quote directly (online).


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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