Home Technology Design for Flooring.
The essential elements of survival for humans have always been food and shelter. To help obtain those essential, we learned to rely on technology. Our use of technology began with the conversion of natural resources into simple tools to provide those essentials. Thus, for the first humans the importance of home technology design probably came in as a close second behind the discovery of fire. The discovery of how to control fire increased the available sources of food. The invention of “shelters” made it possible for humans to survive in extreme environments. With a proper roof and walls around them and proper flooring under foot, they could make their home just about anywhere.
Home technology design needs in flooring have not changes much. The primary goal of a home’s flooring has always been to insulate and keep out critters of all sorts. The means to accomplishing that have changed little over the years. While earthen floors still exist in primitive areas where resources are scarce, the introduction of simple clay baking technologies provide alternatives in most instances.
The progression from earthen floors, to clay tile, to ceramic and porcelain tile has developed as new manufacturing technologies arrive. The same is true for wood, stone, concrete, and synthetic material development. When local natural resources are available, the economic advantages of using that material results in its use for home flooring.
Recent Home Technology Design developments in flooring have had to address new technologies of the twenty-first century. With the introduction of sophisticated electrical equipment such as computers, electrostatic discharge (ESD) has become an issue. Since static electricity is the result of friction, walking across a floor is the major source of static buildup. That’s why the cornerstone of any static-free environment is antistatic and conductive flooring. As electronic components become faster and more sensitive to electrical interference, the need for static control has grown, as do consumers of ESD flooring. What was once just the concern of commercial establishments is now a concern of residential home owners.
Today, there are static control floors and styles to meet every flooring consideration and every budget. As with any specialty product, it’s easy to be confused by the technical jargon and complicated specifications. Before make any decision, it’s wise to identify reputable suppliers who offer a combination of flooring and static control knowledge. Finding a supplier with both skill sets will ensure that the ESD flooring will yield a lifetime of utility and guarantee that your sensitive electronics are safe from the hazards of random static discharge. For home technology design solutions for residential flooring, call Boyer Tile.
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