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What do you really know about Polished Concrete Flooring?

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We want to see exactly how much people really know about polished concrete flooring. So we have created this survey. Everyone who participates will be entered into the prize draw at the end of the month and a winner will be randomly selected. The winner will receive a 12 month subscription to House and Garden.

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Q1 - Would you ever consider using polished concrete flooring over traditional types of flooring such as carpet, laminate flooring.

If not, why?

Q2 - What do you think would costs more per square meter?

MarbleHard WoodPolished Concrete

Q3 - Would you consider using polished concrete flooring for the home.

Q4 – Please choose from the below which you feel is the most eco-friendly?

MarbleHard WoodPolished ConcreteCarpetLaminate

Q5 – Please choose which type of flooring you believe is cheapest?

MarbleCarpetLaminateWoodPolished Concrete

Q6 – Please choose from the below types of floor which one you feel is the easiest to maintain?

MarbleCarpetWoodPolished Concrete

Q7 – What is the most important factor to you when picking flooring:-

Q8 – Which locations below are not suitable for concrete floors?

Storage WarehousesOfficesRetail OutletsShowroomsRestaurantsHotelsHomesNone of the above

Q9 – Please choose from the below types of flooring which you one feel adds the most value to your premise?

MarbleCarpetWoodPolished ConcreteTilesVinylResin

Q10 – Please choose from the below types of flooring in the one of which you think is the safest?

MarbleCarpetWoodPolished ConcreteTilesVinylResin

Q11 – Please choose from the below types of flooring in the one of which you feel is the most durable?

MarbleCarpetLaminateWoodPolished ConcreteTilesVinylResin

Q12 – Which type of flooring could save you money on your electricity bill?

MarbleCarpetLaminateWoodPolished ConcreteTilesVinylResinNone of the above

Q13 – Which type of flooring produces the least type of waste?

MarbleCarpetLaminateWoodPolished ConcreteTilesVinylResin

Q14 – Which type of flooring is least harmful to people especially with allergies such as asthma?

MarbleCarpetLaminateWoodPolished ConcreteTilesVinylResin

Q15 – Please choose from the below types of flooring which you feel has the most design options?

MarbleLaminateWoodPolished ConcreteTilesVinylResin

Competition ends 29/05/2015

Terms & Conditions
1) Competitions are open to all UK residents over the age of 18. If you are an employee of Midland Polished Concrete, any of their subsidiary companies, their families, agents or anyone else connected with this promotion then you will not be eligible to enter this competition.
2) Competitions and promotions are in no way sponsored, endorsed or administered by, or associated with Facebook. You are providing your information to Midland Polished Concrete and not to Facebook. By entering our competition, you are agreeing to your personal information being used to confirm if you have won.
3) The closing date for competitions are detailed on each individual competition entry webpage. Entries received after this time will not be entered into this competition. The competition closing date may be extended at any time.
4) To enter you must complete the required fields and follow the specific instructions of the chosen competition.
5) Winners will be chosen on the date mentioned within the competition page. The winner(s) will receive the mentioned prize. Winners will be chosen at Midland Polished Concrete absolute discretion from all valid entries and notified via details provided on entry. Midland Polished Concrete decision is final. If Midland Polished Concrete are unable to contact the winner within a 96 hour period then Midland Polished Concrete will be entitled to withdraw the offer.
6) Midland Polished Concrete reserves the right to substitute a prize of the same, higher or lower value should the specified prize become unavailable for reasons beyond its control. Cash or credit alternatives will not be offered. The prize is not transferable in the event of fraud, abuse, and/or an error affecting the proper operation of the promotion, including the allocation of more prizes than are available. Midland Polished Concrete reserves the right to end or suspend the promotion or to amend these terms & conditions.
7) The winners may be required to participate in publicity connected with this promotion and it is a condition of entry that the winner(s) agree to their name and country of residence being made publicly available if they win.
8) Midland Polished Concrete will not be liable for any failure of receipt of entries and takes no responsibility for entries that are lost, delayed, illegible, corrupted, damaged, incomplete or otherwise invalid.
9) If any provision of these terms and conditions is held invalid by any law, rule, order or regulation of any government, or by the final determination of any court of a competent jurisdiction, such invalidity shall not affect the enforceability of any other provisions not held to be invalid.
10) Midland Polished Concrete decision is final and no correspondence will be entered into.
11) This promotion is governed by English law and is subject to the exclusive jurisdiction of the English courts.
12) The Promoter of the competition is Midland Polished Concrete.
13) For any queries or complaints relating to this competition, please contact us using our contact us page.