Healthcare

In hospitals, clinics and care homes, carpets help create and maintain a cosy, homely atmosphere – a welcoming home-from-home for patients, clients and residents.  Carpet can help to cushion the effects of a fall and minimise pain.

In the healthcare sector, carpets are pretreated with a special anti-bacterial technology that creates a shield that makes it impossible for microorganisms (including bacteria) to live in the carpet. The carpet must also withstand powerful cleaning and disinfectant agents.

Let's show you the collections suitable for the healthcare sector:

Projects from all over the world

Projects from all over the world
Projects from all over the world
Healthcare projects

Safety and high quality

Experience how carpets have helped create trendsetting ambiences in healthcare locations around the world.
We are proud to be leading the way by challenging the interior settings of the rooms that frame our lives. Our urge to explore space drives us to experiment with the fundamental perception of any room making well-known elements seem new and compelling.
Enjoy a small selection of amazing spaces where the floors are covered with rugs, broadloom, tiles or planks from Ege Carpets.
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Wouldn't you like to see and feel the carpet before making your decision?
We offer exclusive swatches of all our carpet designs and qualities - you just have to choose the design you like and add it to your cart. Fill in a few address details and we will dispatch the free samples directly to you.

Are you looking for further inspiration, please download one of our many catalogues and be inspired to create exactly the room and atmosphere you request.

 

Explore our collections and discover the carpet suitable for your own project.

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