Carrying out work on properties in the public sector often throws up a considerable range of issues and challenges on all sides; both for the owners and supervisors of the organization and for the members of the public using the facilities. Often, these institutions must be kept open, and their requirement in society seems much more important than the state of the flooring. As such, work that needs to be done often gets left or pushed aside, increasingly becoming a danger to those that continue to use the area. This is naturally true of flooring – as one of the biggest single surface areas in the building, tearing up the whole thing might simply seem like too intrusive a task to take on. This though, doesn’t have to be the case.