Email us: [email protected]

Call us: +44 161 627 4222
Email us: [email protected]

Call us: +44 161 627 4222


Durability and safety are of paramount importance when specifying flooring solutions in educational environments and we have moved to address these issues with our safety-focused lipped nosings and a range of double infill channels such as the HF2 designed with heavy traffic in mind.

All our nosings are fabricated from highly durable materials which will stand the test of time. We are also able to offer an extensive range of colours to help create a vibrant, bright and fun school environment and this is complemented by a variety of skirtings in matching colours.

Recent Case Studies

– St Michaels Primary School – Stair nosing
– Drapers Mills Primart School – Stair nosing
– University of Southampton – Stair nosing


Quantum uPVC and Aluminium Stair Nosings (stair edgings) help to make a stairway safe. As a slip resistant stair part fitted onto the nose of each step, they help to clearly define the steps on a stair when a contrasting colour to the stair floor covering is chosen. They also serve to protect the edges and floor covering on a stair, reducing the amount of potential wear and tea (read more...)


The Quantum Flooring Solutions range of PVC flooring accessories provide neat and clean finishes at wall to floor junctions. Options include sit-on, set-in and flat skirtings for trims between floors and walls. Cove formers and capping strips enable floorcoverings to be supported and curved up the wall. Quantum Capping and Cove Former can be used with the new range of int (read more...)


Quantum Flooring Solutions offers a wide range of hard wearing flooring transition profiles. These flooring transitions provide a neat and safe finish to the edges and joins of floorcoverings; protecting them from damage and helping to prevent them from becoming a trip hazard. A choice of colours means each transition trim can be coordinated with internal décor sch (read more...)

This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.