Highly Configurable & Cost-Efficient Aluminum Flooring Systems for Mobility Vans
Looking for a flooring system for your mobility van that will be durable, easy-to-install and at the same time, meet your individual’s transportation needs? Then aluminum mobility van flooring systems will be the right choice, which you can configure based on your lifestyle and preference, easily and quickly.
Mobility van flooring systems made out of aluminum alloys are lightweight, longer-lasting (no rust or rot), strong (enough to support greater loads), easy and quick to install with minimal labor cost, flexible in many applications, and cost-efficient.
On the contrary, the traditional plywood and welding steel flooring solutions tend to take 12 to 20 hours to install while aluminum flooring systems can be installed in an hour, thereby saving you time and money in terms of labor cost. The traditional flooring systems, such as plywood, give almost zero option to customize and change the seating plan by moving the seats and wheelchairs. Change in seating plan is a real concern for van owners. Once converted, there is little option to modify it.
Thus, the lack of flexibility in moving the seats and wheelchairs increases the labor cost and time of production. Having said that, the resale value of your mobility van gets reduced. In addition, the plywood and steel floors tend to corrode over time.
Let’s take a closer look at the highly versatile and configurable Pareto’s ALFO mobility van-floor kits. A perfect alternative to plywood and welding steel flooring systems, originally developed for all models of Ford vans, ALFO mobility-van flooring systems have grabbed the attention of all four of the largest US van converters for the following reasons:
Construction of a plywood van requires 12 to 20 hours as opposed to 1 hour for the installation of an aluminum floor.
With prefabricated track panels, ALFO flooring systems facilitate the installation of seats with the help of manual feet and fasteners. All the more, these floor panels do not require gluing or permanent interlocking of panels. This way, you can easily remove and install them on different vehicles, and service them whenever you need to.
There are no openings or visible fasteners on ALFO track since it is sealed and wiped clean easily.
Despite the higher material price of aluminum, the installation time and associated costs of plywood floors exceed the aluminum floor cost when they are considered together.
How does ALFO stand out from its competitors?
In contrast to other market players of aluminum flooring systems for mobility vans, ALFO mobility-van flooring systems stand out in multiple ways, such as less assembly time, less number of parts in panels thereby eliminating installation complexity and increasing installation speed, besides the followings:
- ALFO is high value with a lower price
- With integrated tracks, there are fewer parts to maintain, so costs are lower
- Uniform spacing 11 tracks standard system
- Manual feet to allow seat installation fast
- Tracks are parallel to the surface, preventing dirt from collecting under the flooring making it last a long-time of abuse
Truly, The Best Product At The Best Price
Pareto offers a mechanism that slides on the floor. As a result, seats slide smoothly in the tracks and lock at any desired location in seconds. You can minimize or maximize spacing between seats at any time, front to back.
Pareto’s ALFO mobility van flooring system is designed to mount a double seat using only two legs. There is ample space for a heater to be mounted underneath. Installing a double seat is also significantly less costly and time consuming than other market players. Apart from Pareto’s ALFO flooring systems being the best in quality, our price is the most important differentiator.
If you want to know more about our ALFO mobility van floor kits or want to convert your current flooring with our lightweight and long-lasting aluminum flooring systems, just give us a call at 248-864-8185/417-343-4175 or send us an email. We’re ready to discuss all your requirements.
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